Gyms can be useful. There’s something about being there amongst other people who are exercising that can be pretty motivating. However, a gym isn’t the only place and the only way to keep fit. Our gym membership runs out in March and I am contemplating whether we need to renew it or not! Here are a couple of ways you can exercise without hitting the gym.
Buying products which are destined for the garden is never an easy job. You can’t use the normal goods you buy for the inside, as the items outside will have to be much stronger to deal with bad weather and other elements. Along with this, though, you also want your garden goods to be as beautiful as possible. To help you out with this, this post will be exploring some of the best ways to find the balance between good looks and a long lasting nature in the options you choose for your outdoor spaces. With this in mind, it should be ways easier to make some improvements.
Yes, I had to throw in a little Game of Thrones reference there. It’s a prominent issue for any gardener though! With Winter coming we need to get our gardens ready for the colder weather and all the elements. Get rid of those dead plants, plant bulbs ready for Spring and give the garden that general tidy up. I love being in the garden and learning what to do over the seasons is really interesting.
Indoor gardening doesn’t just provide oxygen, pleasant-smelling air, and a source of nutritious vegetables. It’s also a great hobby and an instant decor boost for your home’s interior. Many first-time indoor gardeners worry that their lack of experience will prevent them from planting and enjoying their own houseplants – but fortunately for all of us, it’s easy to get started. Here are fifteen easy tips that will help you to get your indoor garden planned, planted and looking great.
Have you also noticed the pleasant calmness of a garden early in the morning? Even in the early evening, when it’s bathed in a violet-like light from the setting sun, greeting the family of birds who always hangs out in your tree at the end of the day – if only the sunset could linger a bit longer.
If, like many homeowners (or long term renters of course), you gaze into the back garden and see a mass of tangled weeds and an unruly lawn, it is time for a change. There are countless benefits to getting out in the garden and up close and personal with the soil. Whether you are willing to go it alone, or you would rather seek help from landscapers in Perth, creating a superb outdoor space should be a top priority.
I love the GTech gadgets, you may remember the AirRAM that we tested out back in 2013. This year we got to try out the new GTech HT05-Plus Cordless Extendable Hedge Trimmer and it is fantastic, it makes light work of keeping the garden tidy and is really strong for a cordless trimmer. Another amazing bonus is that the arm extends so you can reach the tops of the overgrown hedges.
Back in the good old days, about three millennia ago, the sun was the most worshipped of objects. You praised it for your healthy crops; you blessed it for the food on your table; you cursed it for your misfortunes; and you let it explain all the wonders of the world.
I was recently sent some fantastic products from House of Fraser in order to help me relax and I used them wisely. They sent me a lovely Pied a Terre package of diffusers and scented candles and as soon as I unpacked them they were lighting up my kitchen and making me feel relaxed.
Well its week 3 and I am deeply shocked at what I saw this week: out of the 4 seedlings that survived, once put into the garden to get some more sunlight only 1 has managed to see it through to week 3. The others have literally disappeared – but how?