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Grant's Blog – March 2010 Archive (7)

Help build a local garden

A way that I feel I can help a person in my local community to increase their food security is by helping them build or grow a local garden that will allow them to grow things such as nutrious fruits and vegetables. i feel that this will benefit my community a lot and help them increase their food security and possibly allow them have more food for the future. This is also something that we can all continue doing in the future.

Added by Grant on March 25, 2010 at 11:03pm — No Comments

What will I be having for dinner?

In the year of 2020 specifically the day of March 10 I believe what I will have for dinner will be a nice plate of chicken, broccoli, beans, and maybe a hot steaming plate of yellow rice. I will be having a healthy meal that will make me full and my stomach happy.

Added by Grant on March 25, 2010 at 10:51pm — No Comments

What will I be having for dinner

In the year of 2020 I expect to be having a nice healthy meal for dinner such as a plate of nice steaming chicken, broccoli, soup, and maybe yellow rice. I hope that everyone in the world during 2020 will have a meal like this one that will benefit them and their families.

Added by Grant on March 25, 2010 at 10:30pm — No Comments

Learning about being a social innovator

After learning about how to be a social innovator my favorite new thing that I learned was that instead of trying to invent something new, innovate using an aspect of technology that is already familiar to most people around the world. I think that this will be more of a benefit to many more people than trying to invent something that would be new and unfamiliar.

Added by Grant on March 23, 2010 at 1:08am — 1 Comment

Favorite Secret

After learning to be a social innovator my favorite secret to learn was that instead of trying always to create something new innovate it instead which is more likely going to be a bigger help for most people. It seems that when becoming a social innnovator you have to work fast and can not waste time trying to come up with something new. I think innovation is something of greater help rather then invention.

Added by Grant on March 21, 2010 at 11:54pm — No Comments

Favorite Secret

After learning how to be a social innovator my favorite secret seems to be instead of creating or inventing something innovate it instead. AFter reading and learning about it innovating I think can be more of a help than inventing something. All around the world today people need help and it takes numerous amounts of time to invent a new piece of technology so instead of doing that turn to innovating as something you can use.

Added by Grant on March 21, 2010 at 8:00pm — No Comments

Ten years from now in 2020 I plan on being in a good college and hopefully almost getting a job that can allow me to help others. If Alchemy calls and asks me to help with the food crisis I think tha…

Ten years from now in 2020 I plan on being in a good college and hopefully almost getting a job that can allow me to help others. If Alchemy calls and asks me to help with the food crisis I think that the most I can do is gather all the people in my community and tell them to spread the word so that we can get more people to help. I imagine that because of this the world will become more of a safer place. Continue

Added by Grant on March 21, 2010 at 8:00am — No Comments

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