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Biden to Forgive Student Loans in August 2022?

  Alright folks I’m back with another student loan update! According to CNBC, Biden is set to make a decision on student loan forgiveness by the end of August 2022. Now while I’m not entirely sold that this is actually happening, there are several things for you to be aware of. First things first there is still no clear information on how much will be forgiven. While Biden did discuss student loan forgiveness of $10K during his campaign trail other sources have reported higher amounts of 50K. Of course, none of this is set in stone and we are all waiting to hear something. This is a thumbnail of my latest YouTube video on “Biden to Forgive Student Loans in August?” I am looking at the camera suspiciously while seated in my office. The background is red. There may also be income restrictions of who may qualify for student loan forgiveness. Single folks may have a threshold of 125K-150K while those who are married may be between 250K-300K. There is also some talk surrounding what typ

Adult Daily Living Skills: Unpacking Groceries

 

Unpacking groceries is my LEAST favorite thing to do especially because I live in an apartment and it takes a lot more effort to get everything in the door. You probably never thought of something this simple as being an Adult Daily Living Skill but it is! Think about the time it takes to organize each item in its correct place while making sure that nothing hits you in the head when you open the fridge. This is definitely a needed independent living skill!


 

Figure 1: This is a thumbnail of my YouTube video on Adult Daily Living Skills: Unpacking Groceries. I have a photo of groceries and a tired look on my face.


I remember watching my mom unpack groceries and thinking thank God she didn’t ask me to help! Now I have to tackle this task all on my own. I utilize a utility cart to get my groceries in the door that I purchased from Sports Academy so I don’t have to make more than one trip and man is it a life saver! Once I get my groceries in the door, I remove everything from the bags and then place my freezer, fridge, and pantry items in one pile.

 

Figure 2: This is a photo of my groceries on the counter.


Once I’ve gotten everything in a pile I then put the freezer items away since I don’t want anything to melt. While I’m doing this I usually try to throw anything away that looks old and I also reorganize anything that is out of place. I find that putting my items in the freezer is usually like a puzzle because I am constantly moving things around to make sure they fit and won’t fall out when I open the freezer door. Next, I move to the fridge and place all of my items inside before moving to the pantry. Lastly, I organize my grocery bags in my bag dispenser before putting my cart away. 


Figure 3: This is a picture of my neatly organized freezer.

How do you unpack your groceries? Do you use fresheners like baking soda to make sure your fridge stays fresh? Drop down in the comments and let me know! Be sure to check out my latest video below and don’t forget to subscribe!

 

 

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