Who wants to think about gardening safety when the great outdoors is finally warm and welcoming?
If you are like me, then you would rather think about how beautiful your flowers are going to look.
Still...even though you will only be in your yard, there are some basic safety measures that should be taken every summer.
These 11 tips for gardening (and landscaping) safely will keep make sure you are fit to enjoy another year of lovely flowers and enticing produce:
How to Earn Extra Money Where There Is Nothing to Do!
Small town and rural life might be peaceful and idyllic, but it can also be, well...poor. Usually, there aren't enough jobs to go around.
Being able to find one job is lucky, (even though they rarely pay well), but finding a second is often impossible. (I talked about this in my post on financial advice that poor people are tired of hearing).
After all, there are dozens of people competing for that same spot, and many are willing to take less pay or benefits just to have some employment.
When you want to earn extra cash, either to make ends meet or just for building up your savings, what do you do?
Budget Friendly Blogging Tips
Did you know you can make your own hummingbird food at home? It's super easy, and better for the birds.
We just had our first tiny visitor of the year show up, reminding me that it's time to start feeding all the little helpful pollinators.
If you only have one hummingbird feeder, then you may not have noticed how expensive commercial hummingbird food can be during the summer of thirsty birds.
If you don't go through a lot of nectar, then you may notice it spoiling in the fridge before you can use it all up.
Or maybe someone in your family *cough, my husband, cough* accidentally drinks it because it looks JUST like punch. Smh.
Great news! Not only is homemade food better for the hummingbirds, it is a lot cheaper. You can make just what you need, so no waste either! Here's how: