Learn how to build a self-fertilizing garden bed that requires very little watering and virtually no maintenance.
It happens to the best of us at some point. A hatching egg cracks or breaks. Most often the egg is fixable and will still hatch with a little repair and gentle handling. Here’s how to fix it.
Imagine opening your electric bill and finding it reduced by one-third!! That’s what happened for me by using these five methods of saving electricity at home. Use them yourself to go green and save some cash.
What are you wiping with? If it’s recycled T.P. (or P.T.- hey no judgment, sometimes we have to make do when we run out) it’s got some nasty chemicals that just don’t belong near your parts! Read about how they got into recycled paper and what to use instead.
Does your mailbox get so full of junk mail that it makes you crazy? Then this week’s post is for you! It’s all about adding to our sustainability index by getting rid of the extraneous paper that clutters our mailboxes! Save trees, oil and time with this step-by-step process
Permaganic gardener, chicken addict, DIY maven and hot on the pursuit of a healthier planet. Won’t you join me?
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