Bert spent 25 years working as a home-improvement and residential construction contractor in central Florida.The homeowners of central Florida have something in common with lawn pests, they both enjoy the year round benefits of the peninsula& 39;s humid subtropical climate. Summer breezes and quick-moving afternoon storms moderate the sweltering heat, and many find it hard to complain about the winter weather.
Linda is a seasoned writer and home-decorating authority. She loves sharing design trends, decor ideas, and useful tips with her readers. What better way to begin the year than clearing out all of the unnecessary stuff cluttering your life and home? Face it, most of us have a tendency to hang on to items we no longer need, whether it be clothes, books or random tchotchkes.
Ganzo is yet another Chinese manufacturer that may surprise you with exceptional quality and prices. I am not affiliated with them and this post has not been sponsored by anybody. I just happened to buy a few Ganzo products after spending some time to research for unexpected contenders on the EDC scene.
Melanie is an avid vegan homemaker who has been researching and implementing natural home remedies for over 15 years. Why Switch From Top Store Brands?This 5-minute detergent recipe could not get any easier or cheaper to make. About a year ago, I decided to stop using store-bought detergents, because the price was just so unreasonable to me.
In addition to being a certified herbalist and aromatherapy consultant, Gina finds the unrelenting allure of gardening very strong. To make new sweet potatoes, you will start with an old sweet potato—an organic sweet potato (the non-organic sweet potatoes may be treated with sprout-suppressing chemicals).
Reduce Reuse & Recycle -- even your food scraps...Do you know that you can give a second lease of life to the skin and peels of your pomelo fruit that you have devoured after Chinese New Year, Lantern Festival and other celebrations when the fruit is in season? After that effort of getting the skin off your citrus fruit, you can actually reuse and recycle the peel to make your hard work worth it.
Linda enjoys tending her plants and flowers. I have written a variety of gardening articles that are about flowers, arid plants, and trees. Stop paying high prices for packages of fresh herbs at the grocery store when you can easily grow them at home. Stake out a small patch of ground in your backyard, plant a container garden or tend a few pots on your kitchen windowsill.
I have built two cedar strip canoes, two cedar strip kayaks, three acoustic guitars, a sauna, woodshed, a mancave, and a fishing shed. DIY Solar-Powered ShedI live on 10 acres which backs up to a 7 acre pond. I fish in the pond using my small 12 foot row boat which I leave there all year round. A few years ago I built a platform dock for easier access to the boat.
Theophanes is a New-England-based blogger, traveler, writer, photographer, sculptor, and lover of cats.Gardens can be places of great peace and tranquility or they can be places of endless frustration. It really depends on who you are and what you& 39;re doing. In this article I wanted to approach a topic seldom spoken about, which is using plants to very quietly annoy someone.
Seafarer Mama/Karen is a Life Coach who uses labyrinths as a tool for personal growth and transformation for both herself and her clients.A Completed Backyard Labyrinth How to Create Your Own LabyrinthI was challenged this afternoon to create a simple backyard labyrinth and to take pictures at each stage of the building process to illustrate how it is done.
Linda is hands-on involved in home improvement projects, organization, storage and house cleaning tips and ideas. You& 39;d be surprised at the things you forget to clean or maybe don& 39;t even realize as part of routine household maintenance. While some of these tasks don& 39;t necessarily need to be part of your weekly cleaning schedule, they should be tended to on a semi-regular basis to keep your house looking its best!
Juli often overlooks evergreens in summer because they are more like backdrops. In winter, they& 39;re center stage with snow clinging to them. Evergreens are the compelling masters of the winter garden. Comforting backdrops in warm weather, in winter, they take center stage. See the many ways they serve your garden all year long.