Time for another round table discussion. I have some announcements and some stuff that has just popped up today. I have some really great listener questions and feedback as well. Today we talk about cryptocurrency, investing, snakes, gardening, bee keeping, diet, desertification, buying a house and more.
Today on The Survival Podcast we cover…
- Quote of the Day, “Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new”. ~ Albert Einstein
- Investing in crypto with ETFs inside retirement accounts, the good and the bad; BTW there is no ugly
- Crypto for kids with parents who have no interest in crypto, like say for nieces/nephews
- Of kids and snakes, kids that want to handle, keep and learn more about them
- Transitioning seeds started with hydroponics to soil planted systems
- What if you are a bee keeper that loves honey and have transitioned to keto eating
- How Ethiopia created massive deserts and famine doing exactly what the US is doing right now
- Deciding on when to pull the trigger with buying a house
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- PreSearch.org – Get paid when you search the web.
- Fight the Good Fight – Triumph
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