I actually have two work related passions. The first is doing things to help make things right. I love to solve problems, create solutions, do things that support, enable or create success. The outlet I found that best fits to serve this is being a handyman.
The other work passion I have is bees of course. Having the desire to do things to create success, I have turned my career outlet into bee conservation and beekeeper education and support.
However, the oft unspoken part of that second passion is also to help non beekeepers understand and deal with bees more positively, thus successfully.
I run a business that directly provides services to beekeepers and property owners to keep bees alive and thriving. I also educate beekeepers and non-beekeepers alike by teaching classes and running the Bee Smart beekeeping project website.
At Bee Smart, I write informative articles, answer questions on the user forums, make videos and produce a weekly podcast to inform and entertain visitors.
It’s very important to me that I include content directed toward non-beekeepers as well as beekeepers. Non-beekeepers live around bees, rely on bee pollinators for their gardens, enjoy eating honey and using beeswax craft products. It is very important that non-beekeepers be just as informed and are capable and prepared to help bees stay alive and thriving.
I welcome everyone to visit the Bee Smart beekeeping project website and use the resources available there. If you are interested in helping me to continue my efforts in informing and entertaining people regarding everything bees, then I encourage you to click the link to my Patreon page and beecome a supporter.
Thank you everyone for your patronage and helping me to help bees, beekeepers and everyone who benefits from bee things to bee smart.