I still haven't figured out quite where I'm headed next in my author/blogger/vlogger journey, especially as national events seem to be at a rolling boil compared to when I last wrote in August.
Now, more than ever, I think being a homemaker is so important. I'm not sure where we're headed in the coming months—let alone years—but wherever we end up, I feel like the quality of home and family life will be of utmost importance. To that end, I want to stay visible online to share things that I feel are especially pertinent.
I want to do my best in 2021 to strike a balance between public (i.e. online) and private life. I have some big goals for the homestead this year, and I've been making good progress on home projects and a few other personal goals that I have. I've cut down a LOT on social media use over the last month, and now am mostly using it to keep abreast on local events. I do want to be more involved in local stuff in the coming years, as I feel there will be a bigger need in that area.
For now, you can find me at Youtube (I'll be posting occasionally over there) and Rumble.com. I'll posting at least twice a month on Rumble. Right now I'm working on a series called "Meals From The Bunker". It's a prepping-themed twist on my usual cooking/thrift content.
I've also set an ambitious goal for myself to finish 10 books this year. Some of them are pretty thick, but I hope to at least give them all a good once-over. I have a bad habit of buying more books than I have the time to read. Before the China Plague came along I was going to the library regularly, but now it's not as fun. So I just buy books. Many non-fiction books are a pretty good investment anyway.