9 thoughts on “365 Days of Photos – Day 146

  1. Midwestern Plant Girl

    So. . Hijacking your comment section here. ..
    Real long story short..
    I really want to break into the non profit world for a career. Any tips? Skill-sets I should seek educationallly? I’ve taken grant writing classes, which is my start.
    I appreciate any advice 😀 thank you!

    1. treerabold Post author

      Hijack away!
      I’ve never worked anything but non profit so I’m not sure if I have any secrets.
      But I’ll share what I know.
      Choose a population or area you have compassion for. Otherwise it’s just a job!
      Accept the fact you’ll never be rich!
      Research the non profits you are considering. Make sure they give more to their charity than they give to their administrator
      I will think about this more through the day and let you know what I come up with.

      1. Midwestern Plant Girl

        Those tips are all really good!
        Help plants and animals, check!
        I’m fine living a humble lifestyle.. Won’t really be much of a change for me.. HaHa!! =-)
        I check on the charities I give money to about their admin costs.
        When I get my nose into this a bit more, I might have more specific questions… Thanks again Tree, you’re the best!!

      2. treerabold Post author

        You’re the best!
        I am someone that fell into this field and realized it was what I was meant to do. But I admire people that actively pursue a field that isn’t going to make them wealthy….but as I believe you know…it will make you rich emotionally!!
        Please feel free to ask me anything….I will be happy to help.

      3. Midwestern Plant Girl

        Thanks again Tree!
        Yes, emotional riches outweigh the monetary! ! 😃😁

  2. Helen C

    I am hesitated to ask… is that some kind of wind mill? I mean… does it function like a wind mill? I have seen it, but not sure what it is. ;-(

    1. treerabold Post author

      It is a windmill. I’m not sure if it is actually functional. I see a lot of Windmills out in open fields and old ranches. I assume they probably functioned at one time….just not sure if they still do.


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