When I took my vegetable gardening to the next level, I had not idea what I had let myself in for. After weeks spent ignoring you, I share some of the lessons I have learned from my #urbanfarm and #homestead.
I have not been posting as much lately because I have been busy doing something even more productive – working on my #UrbanFarm and #homestead to insure my family’s #FoodSecurity.
This crisis caught most of us by surprise. I am no exception. But today, i share with you some of the lessons I have learned.
This crisis has changed so much. Big and small. As the saying goes, man plans and the gods/goddesses laugh. But something are important – others aren’t.
maintaining good mental health is not easy in such stressful and uncertain times. But there are things we can all do to help ourselves. Knowing what those are is important. Two of mine are staying busy and having an organized space. Today I tackle both.
We underwent counselling for @PanKwake’s hoarding. I own the title prepper as you can see from this special edition. But in a time when I have not been able to get a grocery delivery for six weeks, when the shelves are still bare despite assurances that things would right themselves in a couple of weeks, and facing at least 12-weeks and possibly a year or more of self-isolation -those of you who condemn me for hoarding/prepping can *F*off.