Thanksgiving is right around the corner. As part of your ritual of gratitude, add some green into your Thanksgiving festivities. Listed below are five earth friendly and health conscious tips that are easier on the Earth and your body.
At the end of gardening season, I am sad when I pull my plants since it signifies the end of garden season. Generally most of the plants’ leaves are shriveled at this point–except my pepper plants. My bestie, Karen of Dr.Karen Lee, encouraged me to use my green pepper leaves in her family recipe! Her family […]
Our house turns 10 years old this coming spring. Like any property, the house has had its share of maintenance issues. Every fall and spring, we survey the house and look for issues that could cause problems such as water damage or foundation issues. Listed below are five home maintenance items that we […]
Although summer is over, my tomatoes are still going strong–especially the cherry tomatoes! I have been scratching my head. What do I do with all these tomatoes? Sure, you can those tomatoes but how many cans of tomatoes can you use? (Sounds like Peter picked a pepper.) Listed below are some creative ways to […]
I love figuring out ways to reuse or re-purpose items that ordinarily go into the trash. One item that I treasure is an OLD toothbrush. Every six months, the dentist hands us new toothbrushes. Normally, you would throw the old one in the trash. Right? Wrong. Old toothbrushes are amazing tools for cleaning stains on […]
Dehydrating kale, collard greens, and other greens are the easiest way to preserve your harvest. Learn how HERE. Once your kale and other greens are dehydrated, you might be wondering–what do you do you do with them? Turn them into powder to add to your smoothies, eggs, muffins, soup, and more! Learn how below. (Be […]
When examining ways to save money as a homeowner, a great starting point is to evaluate your home’s windows. Replacing old or inefficient windows will save money on your electricity bill, and with winter arriving in the coming months, it’s a good idea to take a closer look at the windows in your home. If it is time […]
Growing kale and collard greens are the gifts that keep on giving. They are biannual plants which seed the second year and bless you with tons of baby seedlings–all over your garden. I mean ALL over your garden. In fact, I have found kale seedlings as far as 300 feet from their original location. […]