By Sheila Anthony Sure, you could just yank them up by hand, but that can be time-consuming, not to mention back-breaking, so here are some great “lazy gardener” alternatives for whacking your pesky weeds. One: Grab the Saltshaker Just a...
Composting involves taking food scraps and other organic waste and turning them into sustainable material to add to the soil to help plants grow. Rather than spending a lot of money on soil and mulch to start your garden out strong, making your own compost is a more sustainable option that will make your life easier and help the planet thrive. It's an environmental win-win!
Boredom often creeps easily into our lives, especially now that we have to stay indoors to help fight the spread of COVID-19. Watching your favorite TV show or playing video games all day can get a little repetitive. But you can finish these small home-improvement activities in just a day, leaving your home with a fresh new feel.
Earth Day began in 1970 when a group of college students wanted to bring awareness to the recent oil spills in Santa Barbara, California, and other important environmental issues. The day is dedicated to inspiring humans to reduce waste, protect natural resources, and appreciate Mother Earth.
We can all agree there’s a noticeable taste and look between filtered water and tap. Most tap water sources contain an array of additives such as chlorine, magnesium, calcium, and other minerals. These substances can impact the color, odor, and taste of your tap water, leaving it undesirable for consumption.
After being home during quarantine and using my new tri-temp dispenser, I realized that I, an avid tea drinker and cold water drinker, used the room temperature setting the most, surprisingly. Now, I admit that I would probably use more cold water if I actually drank enough water in a day, but hey, no one's perfect.