Are You at Your Wit’s End? (Part 2)
Are You at Your Wit’s End? – Part 2 of 2
Staying home and staying healthy has everyone spending a lot of time together. Are you at your wit’s end? Watch to see how you can adapt to the new normal.
This video is part of the “Start the Conversation: Taking Care During Tough Times” video series created for Nebraska Extension’s Wellness in Tough Times project. The videos, led by Dr. Christine Chasek, include various strategies to improve your well-being and reduce stress during this challenging time.
Watch more videos at https://go.unl.edu/ruralwellness.
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[00:00:21.970]All right welcome back to
[00:00:25.127]"Are You at Your Wit's End" part two.
[00:00:27.400]And I'm Dr. Chasek
[00:00:29.630]and I am just really honored and glad
[00:00:33.555]to be able to talk to you about some of the stuff
[00:00:35.880]that we're dealing with with COVID-19
[00:00:37.760]and how to determine and how to make sense of all of this
[00:00:42.110]and also to come out of it like with a new normal.
[00:00:44.820]And so we really we wanna move toward
[00:00:49.450]and get to cause I think we're all sick
[00:00:51.980]and we're at our wit's end
[00:00:52.936]with this COVID-19 business.
[00:00:55.700]And so what does that new normal look like?
[00:00:58.276]How do we get all of our ducks in a row
[00:01:00.920]and all of our little, our family,
[00:01:04.160]and to all move in the same direction
[00:01:06.880]and feel like we're getting back on stride
[00:01:09.510]and getting back into something that looks familiar to us.
[00:01:12.820]Cause we don't know when right?
[00:01:14.420]We don't know when this whole thing is going to end,
[00:01:17.370]whether it's gonna be in the summer,
[00:01:18.850]whether it's gonna be in the fall
[00:01:20.530]if we have a resurge of all this.
[00:01:22.037]There's just so much that we don't know,
[00:01:24.760]and part of that is we can't focus
[00:01:27.580]on the things that we can not control.
[00:01:29.540]It's just not it's a waste of our time.
[00:01:32.049]It's a waste of our mental and emotional energy
[00:01:35.107]and what we really need to do
[00:01:36.984]is focus on what we can control
[00:01:38.962]and how we want things to look given the circumstances.
[00:01:42.890]And so I want you to just think on a question
[00:01:46.130]here a little bit for a minute.
[00:01:48.074]What do I wanna take away from all of this?
[00:01:52.980]What is it what gifts have I gotten from this experience
[00:01:56.989]in what we're going through?
[00:01:58.950]And what do I want to either keep doing
[00:02:02.986]or get rid of?
[00:02:04.170]It's a chance here to hit the pause button
[00:02:07.267]and to really think about how we want things to be.
[00:02:09.975]And I know it can be hard,
[00:02:11.668]and you've probably got all kinds of responsibility
[00:02:15.270]and challenges and maybe the kids won't leave you alone
[00:02:18.486]and all kinds of things that yeah sure,
[00:02:21.560]I'm gonna sit back and just reflect on this.
[00:02:23.520]But just take a few minutes
[00:02:25.254]to think about what do I want to take out of this?
[00:02:30.750]One of the things I've been thinking a lot about
[00:02:34.440]as I've been going on,
[00:02:35.850]my work journey, my life journey,
[00:02:37.720]is that it just has been so busy
[00:02:40.280]and it just gets busier and busier and busier every year
[00:02:43.210]and that's certainly true with kids and activities.
[00:02:46.715]And I always thought,
[00:02:50.150]when the kids all were out of the house and grew up
[00:02:52.990]that we would just be able to relax
[00:02:55.167]and not be so busy and that's not
[00:02:58.910]I found that to not be true necessarily right.
[00:03:01.240]It's just a different busy
[00:03:02.550]and what I really discovered
[00:03:04.545]is that instead of running to all kinds of activities,
[00:03:06.851]I just started working more.
[00:03:09.191]And I think especially in working on the farm or the ranch
[00:03:13.500]or whatever it is we could just work 24/7
[00:03:16.378]and work ourselves to death
[00:03:18.570]because there's always more to do.
[00:03:19.866]And so we have to set maybe some boundaries
[00:03:22.841]and some limits and schedule in some downtime.
[00:03:25.655]And that's one of the things this COVID
[00:03:28.170]and working from home,
[00:03:29.557]the whole world kinda slowing down
[00:03:32.380]has taught me that I can also make my world and life
[00:03:36.014]a little bit slower if I choose to
[00:03:38.610]and stop and smell the roses if you will a little bit.
[00:03:42.074]And so the other thing,
[00:03:44.340]I've rediscovered some hobbies that I like to do
[00:03:46.940]and being outside and gardening
[00:03:49.462]and cooking a little bit more and doing things
[00:03:52.500]that don't involve kind of the rush of society
[00:03:56.220]like going to all these things.
[00:03:58.020]And it just reminds me so much of when I growing up
[00:04:03.204]in rural Nebraska in the panhandle
[00:04:06.440]and spending time with my grandparents
[00:04:08.680]and how their pace of life was so different
[00:04:11.180]even from my parents pace of life
[00:04:13.530]and now my pace of life.
[00:04:15.440]And how they stopped every morning
[00:04:17.730]and had coffee together and talked.
[00:04:20.280]And I just thought that's just so neat,
[00:04:23.520]to be able to come together in a way,
[00:04:26.210]in a routine basically where they stay connected
[00:04:28.838]And so we are gonna have to figure out for ourselves,
[00:04:32.859]and each one of us will,
[00:04:34.210]how we want this new normal to look
[00:04:36.174]and what do we wanna take away from it.
[00:04:39.530]And so the other thing I think we have to have
[00:04:42.409]is a good healthy sense of humor about ourselves
[00:04:45.470]and to get through these challenging times
[00:04:48.225]and I think it's gonna get a lot tougher
[00:04:50.810]before it gets easier with all the economics
[00:04:52.929]and problems kinda of a when we start
[00:04:56.017]realizing some of the effects
[00:04:57.838]of the economy shutting down and those kinds of things.
[00:05:00.933]And so we have to have a good healthy sense of
[00:05:03.811]kind of balance and humor as well
[00:05:06.730]like coming out of it.
[00:05:07.721]And so when we're at our wit's end,
[00:05:10.050]we need to do something that's just silly and fun
[00:05:12.620]and just takes us out of the problems right.
[00:05:15.910]Maybe it's going out and doing something
[00:05:19.560]silly and fun with your kids having a water fight
[00:05:22.080]or playing with them in the yard,
[00:05:25.680]getting down on their level and doing something
[00:05:27.970]where you being silly with them,
[00:05:30.340]coming up with something that makes you laugh
[00:05:32.530]and maybe telling wild and crazy stories
[00:05:34.661]or listening to wild and crazy stories,
[00:05:38.140]just having that sense of humor and playfulness
[00:05:40.900]I think is really it is really important
[00:05:43.437]when you're at your wit's end,
[00:05:45.940]because stressing more about the problem
[00:05:48.410]and doing more of the same of what you've done
[00:05:51.180]is gonna keep you in that same place
[00:05:53.290]where you are just stressed
[00:05:54.473]and you don't know what more to do.
[00:05:57.160]And so maybe laughing at yourself
[00:05:59.390]would be a really good thing.
[00:06:01.330]So the other thing I think if you're at your wit's end
[00:06:03.711]and struggling with all of this,
[00:06:08.380]part of what it's done is it's disrupted our daily routines
[00:06:11.698]and so what we used to do on a daily basis,
[00:06:14.166]a lot of those things are gone and we can't do.
[00:06:17.431]And structure and routine is so important,
[00:06:22.660]not for kids
[00:06:25.500]but not only kids it's also good for adults.
[00:06:28.960]And so you know every day there should be,
[00:06:30.821]there should be some predictability to what's gonna happen.
[00:06:34.820]The unpredictability and the chaos is what really
[00:06:36.966]leads to more stress and difficulties
[00:06:40.700]and some breakdowns in your mental health actually.
[00:06:43.810]And so a daily routine is really important
[00:06:47.067]and kids thrive on daily routine right.
[00:06:49.750]And so you get up get up at the same time,
[00:06:52.228]you know have breakfast they got ready for school.
[00:06:55.150]They went to school.
[00:06:56.520]Think about school it's all about routine .
[00:06:59.017]You know you line up the same way.
[00:07:00.772]We study this from this time to this time.
[00:07:03.970]We go to lunch from this time
[00:07:06.630]and so routine we have to incorporate those routines
[00:07:10.870]into our daily life and our household's
[00:07:14.170]now that would look like a school routine.
[00:07:17.020]And so whatever that routine is for you,
[00:07:19.870]it can be you get up at eight o'clock
[00:07:22.800]or nine o'clock or 10 o'clock,
[00:07:24.520]whatever works for your family.
[00:07:26.440]Six o'clock in the morning
[00:07:29.256]and maybe you have a big breakfast,
[00:07:32.184]and you cook bacon and eggs and toast
[00:07:34.260]and or maybe you have cereal and yogurt,
[00:07:37.020]whatever it is for you.
[00:07:38.780]And then what is the next thing that you do?
[00:07:41.194]And I've seen where especially people who have kids
[00:07:44.771]and they're to get through school and all kinds of things.
[00:07:48.800]They have a white board,
[00:07:50.160]that tells here's what we're gonna do
[00:07:51.660]from this time to this time to this time.
[00:07:53.609]And so that the whiteboard and the schedule,
[00:07:56.508]rather than you nagging and always get on them
[00:07:59.480]about doing things it's right there on the schedule
[00:08:01.940]and you just point to the schedule
[00:08:03.650]What should we be doing right now?
[00:08:06.330]it's time for math let's pull out the math book.
[00:08:08.140]Or it's lunch time help me fix some lunch.
[00:08:11.890]So whatever your daily routine is,
[00:08:13.450]whatever you wanna make it,
[00:08:14.580]maybe you start school later in the day,
[00:08:17.330]and it ends later or you start early and end early,
[00:08:20.681]whatever it is you get to decide that
[00:08:23.765]Which is good and that will help you
[00:08:25.720]and the kids if you have kids in your home do that.
[00:08:28.560]Now if you don't have kids you're not off the hook.
[00:08:30.609]Because a daily routine for all of us is good.
[00:08:35.560]And so I think at first
[00:08:37.883]it was such a temptation for me to just sleep in
[00:08:40.980]so maybe my first meetings at night on the computer
[00:08:44.020]I'll just sleep in,
[00:08:45.086]maybe I'll get maybe I'll just wear a nice shirt
[00:08:51.150]and not wear my pajama bottoms whatever it might be.
[00:08:54.373]But I found that if I could
[00:08:56.428]as I go along if I got up did my daily routine,
[00:09:01.087]exercise, had breakfast, got dressed, put on makeup
[00:09:05.750]and acted like it was a normal day,
[00:09:07.483]like things went a little better
[00:09:09.000]and it wasn't quite distressed.
[00:09:10.680]And so that's actually one thing that
[00:09:13.150]experts will recommend is that we have a daily routine
[00:09:15.125]for ourselves and we stick to it.
[00:09:17.770]And so that would be a tip right?
[00:09:20.780]If you're at your wits end set a daily schedule
[00:09:23.727]and it's really gonna become important to
[00:09:25.670]now those kids are going into summer.
[00:09:29.290]Even though we're probably
[00:09:30.750]not gonna have a lot of organized sports
[00:09:32.640]or other things pools are gonna be closed,
[00:09:35.330]all this stuff that we usually have kids do
[00:09:37.771]is not gonna happen.
[00:09:40.780]We can set them up with a daily routine.
[00:09:43.080]And farm kids sure they have chores
[00:09:46.424]and they have things they're responsible for.
[00:09:48.368]And even if we aren't gonna have four H
[00:09:50.978]or have some of the affairs are canceled
[00:09:53.850]which just is really sad,
[00:09:54.998]you can still do those things,
[00:09:56.783]but you're just not gonna go right to the big events,
[00:10:00.500]you can still maybe even make your own little four H,
[00:10:03.828]show in your at your house and invite the neighbors
[00:10:07.540]and they could sit across the road
[00:10:08.810]if we're not able to be in contact anymore.
[00:10:10.409]And so just make sure that there's routine
[00:10:13.319]and that there's things that are meaningful
[00:10:16.138]that we get out of each day right?
[00:10:18.208]It's the chaos that causes a lot of the problems.
[00:10:21.540]And so for kids maybe teaching them something new
[00:10:26.280]even or a new skill.
[00:10:28.660]If they've always played baseball,
[00:10:29.910]maybe have them do something different
[00:10:32.153]maybe have them do a four H project
[00:10:36.490]or something that challenges them
[00:10:39.031]keep their mind and their hands busy,
[00:10:41.500]because that's really what kids need
[00:10:44.270]and what we need we need to be busy
[00:10:45.930]and we also need to have breaks.
[00:10:47.694]So the other thing a lot of vacations
[00:10:50.950]are canceled over the summer
[00:10:52.690]and we are feeling kind of cooped up,
[00:10:56.035]create some family fun times.
[00:10:59.310]One of the things we did in our house one year
[00:11:01.510]in this was in the middle of winter,
[00:11:03.270]right where we just were all like so cooped up
[00:11:05.992]and tired of each other.
[00:11:08.390]We had a Pac Man tournament right?
[00:11:12.237]And so we made brackets and we paired people up
[00:11:15.150]and we had the tournament
[00:11:17.580]and so somebody which I'll just say,
[00:11:20.940]it was me I won the Pac Man tournament,
[00:11:24.145]like I'm the queen of Pac Man in my house
[00:11:27.680]because I won the tournament.
[00:11:29.335]And so pull out board games show,
[00:11:33.600]show the kids what you did maybe when you were a kid
[00:11:36.820]and growing up on the farm
[00:11:37.950]and just taking some time to reconnect
[00:11:40.145]and do some fun stuff as families.
[00:11:43.730]I know it's real tempting when the economy's bad
[00:11:46.340]to always be working or worrying about that.
[00:11:48.900]But you've got to have some fun too and have that release.
[00:11:52.000]And kids need to be a part of that
[00:11:54.347]and I think growing up rural is just the absolute best
[00:11:57.447]where you can get kids involved
[00:11:59.870]and active and doing things
[00:12:01.980]and you can have all kinds of fun on the farm if you will.
[00:12:07.420]And so make sure that you're scheduling some some times
[00:12:10.890]in your routine to do some of those fun things.
[00:12:14.292]we are gonna have a patio building party
[00:12:19.593]in our backyard this weekend
[00:12:21.600]and my daughter in law and I are going to try
[00:12:23.982]and recreate our favorite Chipotle recipes
[00:12:27.905]and so those are just some fun things that we can do
[00:12:30.560]to build some memories.
[00:12:32.159]The other thing is learn something new.
[00:12:34.833]Maybe if you're at your wits end
[00:12:36.730]and you're just struggling.
[00:12:40.190]Think about what you might want to do it
[00:12:42.179]to learn something new whether it's learning a language,
[00:12:46.550]learning how to speak chicken there's a book out there,
[00:12:49.070]believe it or not learn how to speak chicken
[00:12:52.834]or maybe you want to learn how to knit
[00:12:56.822]or maybe you want to do learn woodworking
[00:13:02.070]or a new technique or something
[00:13:04.328]to keep your brain busy that can really help
[00:13:07.998]when you're feeling very overwhelmed
[00:13:11.010]and stressed and at your wits end
[00:13:12.330]like it's the same thing over and over again,
[00:13:14.228]try something new use this time to learn something new.
[00:13:18.868]Or maybe implement something new on your farm,
[00:13:22.560]grow something different that you've never grown
[00:13:25.080]and see what it's like out in the garden
[00:13:28.750]and I think through it all
[00:13:29.980]we just have to keep a good sense of humor.
[00:13:32.284]And a lot of times that doesn't come naturally to people
[00:13:36.230]and I get that when I don't know what to do,
[00:13:40.020]I don't know how to think up the fun things
[00:13:42.436]and you can look on the internet,
[00:13:47.770]you can ask for on social media for ideas,
[00:13:51.970]utilize family or friends think back to your own childhood,
[00:13:55.580]just all the different ways
[00:13:56.940]that you can come up with things
[00:13:58.190]to kind of shake shake us up out of that box.
[00:14:01.890]And then the last thing I just wanted
[00:14:03.900]to talk a little bit about was if you're at your wits end,
[00:14:08.630]then maybe it's also time
[00:14:10.280]if some of these things don't work,
[00:14:11.980]that you are taking care of yourself.
[00:14:15.770]And sometimes we can get so stressed out
[00:14:18.287]and so overwhelmed and so bogged down
[00:14:20.431]with all of the stuff we have going on.
[00:14:24.750]we've talked a lot about in the webinars COVID 19 go away
[00:14:29.572]that one, about all the challenges we're facing,
[00:14:32.600]especially from an agricultural standpoint,
[00:14:34.453]we've had the floods we've had a poor prices,
[00:14:39.250]just a lot of weather events.
[00:14:41.730]And now COVID-19 and all the kids are home
[00:14:45.310]and you're stressed and I can go on and on and on
[00:14:48.703]about all the stressors
[00:14:50.420]and it can really lead to some some really dark places.
[00:14:54.673]And if you're not able to do
[00:14:56.580]some of the positive coping things
[00:14:59.739]and do some of the stuff
[00:15:01.140]that helps us feel connected and better.
[00:15:03.043]It might be time to take care of yourself.
[00:15:05.554]And my grandma always had the saying
[00:15:08.232]that "you can't pour coffee from an empty coffee pot."
[00:15:11.605]And really what that means if you're at your wits end
[00:15:15.900]and you've got nothing left inside of you,
[00:15:17.912]to help others or to help yourself
[00:15:20.560]and maybe it's time to reach out for some help
[00:15:23.758]and doing that is Nebraska strong,
[00:15:26.393]It is not something that shows weakness,
[00:15:29.250]it's actually the bravest
[00:15:31.030]and the most courageous thing you can do is to ask for help.
[00:15:34.710]And so, in the state of Nebraska we have lots of resources
[00:15:39.330]can be asking help from a family member,
[00:15:42.410]a friend, a clergy member
[00:15:45.692]somebody that you trust,
[00:15:47.165]just to reach out
[00:15:48.310]and let them know what's going on with you.
[00:15:50.315]And if you're that person
[00:15:52.355]that somebody has come to you
[00:15:54.550]that you're the person that they're saying,
[00:15:56.127]"I just don't know what to do."
[00:15:57.266]Don't be scared it's an honor to be asked
[00:16:00.355]and you don't have to have all the answers
[00:16:03.890]just if that person is talking is a good sign
[00:16:06.270]or if you see in somebody
[00:16:08.640]that maybe things aren't going so well,
[00:16:10.643]that they're stressed to the max just saying,
[00:16:13.307]"I've noticed and I'm worried I'd like to help,
[00:16:17.337]"what can I do"
[00:16:18.900]is just really good a good practice
[00:16:22.154]we have to be very good neighbors
[00:16:25.070]and so noticing those things and speaking out,
[00:16:27.825]is really just a very courageous and helpful thing to do.
[00:16:32.591]And so if if you are in that position
[00:16:35.661]where you feel like you need some to reach out
[00:16:38.980]or maybe somebody asked you what they can do,
[00:16:41.431]we do have some really good resources
[00:16:43.921]in the state of Nebraska.
[00:16:46.610]The the rural response hotline
[00:16:49.640]is a wonderful resource.
[00:16:52.280]It's free and they offer all kinds of support
[00:16:55.210]so they offer access to attorneys to financial advisors
[00:17:00.100]clergy, mediators and also professional counselors.
[00:17:04.000]And so somebody like me who does this for a living
[00:17:06.407]and offers counseling to help folks start to feel better.
[00:17:13.020]But they offer no crap cost vouchers for that.
[00:17:16.060]So it's like handing somebody a stack of money,
[00:17:18.944]because they will pay for the counseling services.
[00:17:22.063]And the hours of that are to call
[00:17:26.730]are Monday through Friday, eight to five
[00:17:28.940]and the number I'll give you the number here
[00:17:32.410]and the number and all of these resources
[00:17:34.297]I'm gonna talk about
[00:17:35.980]are on the staying connected during tough times the wellness
[00:17:40.905]page through URL extension,
[00:17:43.300]so the number for the rural response hotline
[00:17:55.740]Now read that again and if you need a chance
[00:17:58.490]to grab a pencil and write down.
[00:18:08.940]Like I say that is just a great resource
[00:18:10.580]where you can get help to all kinds of things
[00:18:12.550]but also to professional counseling.
[00:18:14.538]The other resource that I think is good,
[00:18:17.400]which is a another hotline is the National hotline
[00:18:20.150]is the Farm Aid hotline.
[00:18:21.568]And so Farm Aid was started in the 80s
[00:18:23.310]when we were going through the farm crisis
[00:18:26.608]and it has kind of been rejuvenated
[00:18:29.378]and is very active now.
[00:18:31.978]And they do the same kind of things
[00:18:34.170]only on a national level
[00:18:35.300]so they can get you connected to maybe local resources.
[00:18:39.320]They're open from Monday through Friday, nine to five.
[00:18:43.127]And their number is 1 800 Farm Aid.
[00:18:48.110]And so you just type in the numbers
[00:18:50.220]that correspond to farming and you'll get to that hotline.
[00:18:53.840]And then lastly if you just are kind of at your wits end
[00:18:56.860]and it's not eight to five
[00:18:59.470]you can't get away have anybody or nobody
[00:19:01.240]there is the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.
[00:19:04.160]So if you're feeling like you're in dire emotional crisis,
[00:19:08.050]and you're feeling suicidal
[00:19:09.347]or just very distressed emotionally
[00:19:13.327]this would this number,
[00:19:14.630]you can call and they have trained people that can help.
[00:19:17.088]And it's 1-800-273-
[00:19:26.700]So that number again is 1-800-
[00:19:35.720]And then texting so there's a texting hotline actually,
[00:19:39.140]that goes along with that.
[00:19:40.210]So me like for kids and stuff,
[00:19:41.890]definitely they like to text a little bit more
[00:19:43.630]and sometimes I even do,
[00:19:44.670]it's hard to talk to somebody but shooting the text,
[00:19:46.652]sometimes is a little bit easier
[00:19:49.280]when you're talking about tough stuff.
[00:19:51.410]So you can text go to 741741.
[00:19:58.280]So again, you text go 2741741
[00:20:04.610]and they all then there's a trained crisis counselors
[00:20:07.910]on involved in that.
[00:20:09.148]And so I just want you to know that
[00:20:10.830]when you call any of these,
[00:20:12.030]when you go to counseling
[00:20:12.990]you go to therapy, it's really not scary it's not,
[00:20:18.961]we don't do anything that would cause you to be concerned
[00:20:22.410]or that's weird or anything like that.
[00:20:24.620]Basically I'm a paid person that helps you kind of work out
[00:20:28.910]in a safe place some of your issues
[00:20:31.330]and come up with better ideas and plans
[00:20:33.580]for how to deal with things,
[00:20:35.410]So it's not that we can magically change things
[00:20:38.530]like we can't change anybody we can only work on ourselves.
[00:20:43.200]And so that's what we do
[00:20:44.120]is we help you work on yourself
[00:20:45.610]to maybe change your outlook
[00:20:46.830]or maybe if you have control
[00:20:48.970]over some of those circumstances
[00:20:50.310]that you've not been doing very well out
[00:20:52.669]or you're anxious or whatever.
[00:20:54.350]We can help in just talking about it,
[00:20:56.700]believe it or not is such a burden reliever
[00:21:00.810]and it really helps kind of rewire our brain
[00:21:03.948]in terms of helping us to think more positive
[00:21:06.248]and be able to go down a better path.
[00:21:08.833]And so if you see somebody who you see is struggling
[00:21:12.725]please say something I always say if you see something,
[00:21:16.760]say something you're not going to plant the idea
[00:21:19.670]in database head to do anything silly.
[00:21:21.674]You're not going to offend them.
[00:21:23.480]If you say it with with great love.
[00:21:25.492]People are going to it might be hard
[00:21:28.324]but people are going to ultimately in the end thank you
[00:21:31.530]that you help them deal with what they're dealing with.
[00:21:34.510]So lastly I am available as well in a local resource
[00:21:38.080]you can find me through unk
[00:21:40.663]my email address is my last name.
[00:21:50.140]And if you have any questions or you want to reach out
[00:21:53.790]or anything I'm always more than willing
[00:21:56.165]to do anything I can do to be helpful because
[00:21:59.578]Like I said this is my passion.
[00:22:01.473]And I just really want to be a resource.
[00:22:04.375]And so I want to as we're wrapping up this conversation,
[00:22:07.856]just want to thank our sponsors
[00:22:10.230]who have helped us to put this program on.
[00:22:12.690]We really appreciate all of the support that they give
[00:22:16.060]so that we can help our agricultural community.
[00:22:18.552]So be looking for the next webinar is coming up soon.
[00:22:21.915]And this one's going to be titled
[00:22:24.167]"Where's the money?"
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