Today’s art project is practical in nature. Reusable in the future. Cost less than $2 per person.
Do you know what it is?
Here is a hint:
Another hint: they can be used tomorrow.
Regular turning of your compost pile is one of those garden jobs that often is forgotten. Turning your pile over does several things:
If you are in a cooler climate, or just a down right cold area, you may have to wait till a warmer day. This is especially true if your pile is under snow or otherwise unable to be worked.
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Who ever is in charge of promotions this week must have known this is not the week for me to be going to stores with kids. It seems that it is the week for shopping for kitchen items, scheduling grocery pickup, purchasing shoes, and stocking up on kids clothes while saving from the comfort of my living room. (or dining room table or bed while waiting for little heads to go to sleep)
When I saw that Schoola was having a sale of 75% off, I knew I had to share. It is too good of a deal to keep to myself.
Schoola has been a sanity and budget saver in the past, delivering quality preowned clothes to our door. The clothes were even very neatly folded inside a bag, inside a box. I am not sure who they hire to help package but they are welcome at my house on laundry day anytime they please.
And as always, FREE SHIPPING on orders of $25 or more on the first 10 items.
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This post contains affiliate links. Earlier this year I was looking at rain barrels to add to the garden. I was not sure what else I wanted to add to the garden, but I knew my main garden planning goal is to set up a good framework for the future. Rain barrels fit into this […]
A small space in your yard, either between buildings or along a border, can become a source of complaining if it requires maintenance yet does not seem to offer any benefit. Such a space exists between our yard and our neighbor’s. For the both of us this space is a dead-end, leading only to the […]
We have a wonderful pair of Eastern Bluebirds nesting in a birdhouse George painted. This house was positioned on top of a post along our fence this past fall. The location is such that we can see it from our kitchen table. As the months progressed we began to see a pair of blue birds […]
Among other activities keeping me busy this spring is a new addition to our garden. This is not something I had planned on adding, though always wanted. I had a “if we get this it needs to meet these criteria” list, mainly to explain to the kids why we didn’t have this and wouldn’t for […]
There is a lot of “new” happening over here this growing season – new zone, new yard, new routines, new plant selections, new places to shop…you get the idea. Among all the newness there are still some constants which help it all flow smoother. One of the things I have learn while gardening in various […]
These past few weeks have been full of various activities around the house and adventures away from home. Here are a few snapshots of what has been going on. Much to my surprise and delight, my amaryllis is blooming. This lovely flower was a gift from a friend. However, it was one which I could […]
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