Preparing the garden for winter is an important task, whether you’re growing a winter garden or putting the garden to rest until spring. Here’s what to do to keep winter harvests coming and prepare for a successful spring, too.
Archives for November 2013
Day after day, useless ads and junk mail get tossed straight into the recycling bin. Is junk mail cluttering up your life? With three easy steps, I reduced my clutter and protected myself from identity theft at the same time. Here’s how I did it.
Carrots are one of those vegetables that you can never have enough of. After all, they’re tasty and nutritious. Here’s how to grow carrots year-round so you can eat them in fall and winter, too.
Weekly meal planning can be a huge factor in helping to keep you organized, so that you can feed your family the most affordable, nutrient dense meals. Here is how I used weekly meal planning to save money while improving the quality of our home cooked meals.
We all must eat, but how do we draw the line between healthy and affordable food? Can we have both? Here’s a look at food spending in America and how to achieve eating healthy on a budget.
The process for harvesting, curing, and storing sweet potatoes is simple once you get the hang of it. Here’s how to do it.
Before the frost shuts down your summer garden, have a harvest festival for your tender summer vegetables. You’ll be inundated with things like tomatoes, green beans, and peppers. Do you have a plan in place for dealing with them? Here are a few ways to preserve them for wintertime eating.
Are vacations necessary or just plain frivolous? Here’s a look at our recent vacation, and why getting away from it all can be good for us. In fact, it may actually be written in our genetic code!