Will YOU make an investment?

When you get up in the morning and you are fired up about a new project that you want to do… a makeover, a fitness kick, a bathroom DIY reno… what is the first thing you do?

NO. It isn’t go to HOMODepot! No. You google it. You educate yourself. You get down in the trenches and you decipher, for yourself, what is the best way of going about your business. If you are “smart”, i.e., you had a basic education as to how to tell the difference between some google-grab-your-money-and-run-ads, and what will actually be the best research for your success, then you are good. If you didn’t… well, then you voted Conservative and I have no sympathy for you.

So, you go into research mode. You plan your project. You get your quotes, your questions and your problems sorted. You decide which version of the project will work best for you and after you have gone over the quotes, you will make a choice. AN EDUCATED CHOICE, that will work best for your situation, your goals and your budget.

You move forward. You have, whatever type of measurable success your project can have – based on your EDUCATION (and your funds, let’s be realistic) can make happen. And to whatever degree possible, you are satisfied.

Could you do that without tax payer funded, public education? NOPE. You could not. Because any religious based education wouldn’t let you shop at HOMODEPOT (please know I’m being sarcastic for my LGBTQ friends), and any Conservative funded education wants you to remain UN-educated an easily DUPED, so that they can convince you that others are trying to steal your fortune – of a non-working moped and a Journey 8-track tape.

Seriously, go to school. Learn something. Before they take that opportunity from you – by your stupid votes. It is an investment in your, and your offspring’s future.

Author: Ceris Thomas

Ceris is a creative person. She teaches by day - and finds as much creativity in her job as she can and by night, (and during every spare minute she has), she creates through directing/choreographing and performing plays, drawing, writing, podcasting and now, sewing puppets. She likes to help others find and nurture their creativity and she loves finding out about other people's path to their own creative projects.

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