Most sites I’ve read on decluttering advice you to be careful when selling your clutter. I would agree with them very much in relation to my own experience. It can be hard enough to declutter, but what can be even harder is ‘what to do with it all!’ The easiest way is to donate. Usually everyone…… Continue reading Thoughts on Getting Rid of Things
When it comes to dealing with clutter, whether it’s physical things, emotions, or tasks, we all have different methods that are going to work for us to take care of it. There are a million ways of advice and only some of them may work for us. It is really our ultimate decision on whether…… Continue reading 7 Sources to Help You Declutter
One day my mom and I were in Home Depot when we passed a rack with these really cool metal radiator sheets stamped out with designs. We thought of some cool projects to do with them and my mom thought she would like to make a curtain with them. The metal sheets are hung from…… Continue reading DIY Metal Curtain Panel
Now everyone go plant native plants!
Watch our rain chain during a power storm we had! The rain chain leads into a rain drain. It is about a 4’x4′ square edged with pavers. The inside was dug out about 6″ deep and filled with gravel. The spot where the chain hits was dug out a little deeper and a trench was…… Continue reading Rain Chain During Storm
It is a happy day when one can finally pick some veggies right out of their garden. It’s been a really slow start to our garden this season. I began my planning in January when I ordered my seeds and started them in March. Last fall we extended the garden and late winter we put…… Continue reading Pickins from the Veggie Garden
We finally received our Monarch Waystation sign along with a few others. It is now being displayed in the front yard. We really hope this will explain to people why this garden is here. Actually as I was putting the sign up, a lady asked if I was doing experiments because of the plant labels I…… Continue reading Arrival on Monarch Waystation Sign!