We have been dreaming outside the box on our next house. And a yurt probably sounds crazy to you, as it did to me at first. My husband is a creative thinker and really good at finding alternatives to the status quo. We have wanted […]
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I found this one-off wooden chair at the goodwill store for $7. The pot is made of plastic and has a good sized lip on it. I chose plastic so the weight of the pot with all the dirt in it wouldn’t break the chair. My husband cut a hole in the seat. Easy peasy.
It is very possible that any non organic food you eat has neonicotinoids, a systematic poison, in every cell of the plant. Animals you eat who are fed with non organic feed may have accumulated amounts of this poison in their bodies. The water that we […]
Have you seen this rooster collar? I’m thinking it is an easily replicated, a little sewing project. We have a flock of ladies, but because of the city code, we haven’t been able to get a rooster. The code states that “crowing roosters” cannot be kept on lot sizes under a certain number of acres. BUT, you can have a non-crowing quiet rooster!
Browsing the fall decor at my local craft store while on an errand to buy some fabric I felt incredibly depressed by the idea of buying expensive plastic plants to make my house feel more like fall. This year the importance of decorating the seasons […]
If you don’t live under a rock, you’ve likely heard about the colony collapse disorder and plight of the honey bee occurring over the last decade. Perhaps you don’t eat honey, and yah, you probably don’t keep bees in your backyard, so why should you […]