Still waiting for our ELA experts to wake up & answer the 9:00 challenge. .. in the meantime, masterful mathematicians, give these ratio problems your best shot. The first student to provide correct answers for #1-4 will win 4 signatures on your PBIS card AND 4 extra minutes of lunch! #cantwinifyoudontplay#math#ccaplayday
The #1 thing that stresses me out and why I struggle on spending time with leisure and actually enjoying myself and going out. This clip was taken straight from a YouTube video documenting the journey, Link in bio to my channel!
A lot of things in e commerce and the online space can be put on auto pilot in a sense, just once you do the up front work. Hence the reason why people refer to “passive income”. -
I truly feel like I’ll actually be able to enjoy myself and leisure time much more once I have systems in place. Now obviously I can’t put an entire business on auto pilot and never touch it. There’s of course things that need to be done such as driving traffic, maybe dealing with an upset customer or just updating your store and scaling. But I’ll feel much more comfortable with myself once I am bringing in stable revenue. Once I get to that point a huge weight will be lifted off my shoulders!
The Department of Veterans Affairs says it will not conduct research into whether medical marijuana could help veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder and chronic pain, as veterans groups are pushing for the use of the drug as an alternative to opioids and anti-depressants. In a letter to U.S. Rep. Tim Walz (D-Minn.), Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin said VA’s ability to research medical marijuana is hampered by the fact that the drug is illegal federally. Shulkin’s letter came in response to an inquiry by 10 Democrats on the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee. The letter asks Shulkin to commit the VA to investigating whether medical marijuana can help veterans suffering from PTSD and chronic pain and identify barriers to doing so.“VA is committed to researching and developing effective ways to help Veterans cope with post-traumatic stress disorder and chronic pain conditions,” Shulkin wrote in a response to the members of Congress. “However, federal law restricts VA’s ability to conduct research involving medical marijuana, or to refer veterans to such projects.”According to a 2017 VA review, about 15 percent of veterans treated at outpatient PTSD clinics reported using marijuana in the previous six months. According to an American Legion phone survey released in November, 22 percent of veteran household respondents said they used cannabis to treat a medical condition. Ninety-two percent of veteran households surveyed for the Legion said they support researching whether marijuana can effectively treat mental and physical conditions and 82 percent said they want to have medical cannabis as a legal treatment option🌿#1#losangeles#marijuana#love#instagood#cannabis#420#weed#weedstagram#maryjaneit#maryjane#weedculture#hightimes#weedstagram420#cannabiscommunity#cannabisculture#highsociety#stonedsociety#phenotype#terps#710#medicalmarijuana#mmj#growyourown#girlscoutcookies#led#facts#garden#plant#hydroponics