There currently is a growing movement with gardeners and farmers alike to reduce or eliminate the use of chemicals for controlling weeds. One of the main reasons people are avoiding weed killers is that more and more there is increasing evidence of the damage herbicides can do to the soil.
Reheat Food Like a Pro Preparing and eating a big meal can be a rewarding process when we have time, but long working days and busy lifestyles mean that such occasions can be rare. Reheating food is a simple and relatively quick exercise, however, and leftovers – or intentionally
Year Round Fruit Everybody knows that fruit is good for us, but it is a rarer thing to hear the specific health advantages of home-grown fruit. In fact, taking to the garden to produce your household fruit supply is an all-round health-booster, promoting physical activity, giving control over fertilizers and
Getting outside and into nature is something many of us are naturally inclined to do. We are drawn to the outdoors and only feel truly happy when we can have the sun on our face and the wind blowing through our hair. Then, there are those who take being outside
We live in an age of consumerism that came about after the austerity of the Second World War where companies sought to convince consumers that they always needed more, particularly when it came to food. For that reason, our wasteful food habits are a generational problem, or at least according
There are a fair number of people who are no stranger to caring for large gardens, particularly if they grew up in a large family. Unfortunately, this memory is often what discourages folks to shy away from growing their own vegetables despite the myriad of benefits. Thankfully, there are ways
All of us use different ways of navigation in our daily lives. We follow roads and landmarks to get to our destinations. We use global positioning systems to tell us how far we have to drive and where to turn. However, what happens when things turn upside down for one