Self-tutoring about lifestyle: the tutor observes some details about another project.
My wife works in a school, and of course my kids are in high school. When they all return, I tackle chores that are mine alone. One, this week, has been recycling.
Assembling the new barbeque (see here) meant getting rid of the old one, prompting a recycling trip downtown. To be efficient I gathered other items that had accumulated but needed to go.
Habitat for Humanity has a metal bin; they accepted my old barbeque and even helped me unload it from the van, which was a big help. Island Return It accepted the foam packaging from the new barbeque, plus some old electronics, cells, light bulbs, etc.
I’m very appreciative of places that accept items I have to part with.Jack of Oracle Tutoring by Jack and Diane, Campbell River, BC.