I am sorry I haven’t provided an update in a while. Things have been kind of hectic adjusting to a new role in my career and trying to get my house situated for a new roommate situation. The job is improving. At first I was stressed about whether I was qualified for the new role. […]
Various methods of growing food to increase output and minimize effort.
This is the progress of my front yard in the style of back to eden garden. You can see the transformation which spanned a few weeks of giving up my weekends to get this ready pre-winter so that the mulch would be sufficiently saturated with moisture to decompose adequately in order to plant in spring. […]
I inherited a compost heap, which is great, but needed some serious updating. Unfortunately, I didn’t take before pics, but let me describe it for you. A small 4×4 rebar with chicken wire enforced square surrounded on all sides by rotting straw bales where she threw her organic matter into, haphazardly and often still […]
So I kind of had a bit of a breakdown last week. Lets just say it was information overload and I had to get out of my head and into the sunshine. That is always a good idea in case you were wondering. If anything, it solidified that I’m a veritable beast of a woman. The […]
This article is taken from my blog stepstosimplicity.blogspot.com titled Actively Aerated Compost Tea, Say What?! From 10/17/08 in order to host data while I gather resources to build novel content What Makes your Garden go from this To this And This?!! MAGIC! If there was one thing I wish I’d known about […]
My post from 10/17/08 from stepstosimplicity.blogspot.com They are fairly gooey, slimy little rascals, you ever thought about how anyone can get a grip on those slick suckers, let alone have the dexterity to plant them? Well, it is because they don’t. What I mean, is that you don’t plant tomato seeds directly into the […]