Category Archives: Recycle, repurpose, reuse

Are You a Seed Romantic? 2-7-2020

Ever since I was 3 years old, when my pioneer stock mom gave me my first 3’x3’ bed of my very own to plant, I’ve been in love with seeds. She helped me prepare the soil (love dirty hands), pick … Continue reading

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Rainwater Using and Collecting – Easy 2-5-2020

Rainwater – We are having one heck of a storm front move in here in Barrow County, Ga. with flood warnings. So, I put out my clean big aluminum roasting pans on the deck to catch rainwater. But you can … Continue reading

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Making a cotton mattress pad from scratch – craft, gardening, sustainability 1-21-19

Once in awhile someone posts something on FB that so resonates with me. This video shows a beautiful young Chinese woman planting, transplanting, harvesting, processing, and making a mattress out of cotton she grew herself. It’s loaded with wonderful techniques … Continue reading

Posted in Cording, fiber and ripe plant, Gardening, Living a happier life, organic gardening, Permaculture, Recycle, repurpose, reuse, Saving seeds and cultivars, Seasonal gardening plants, Self-Sustainability, Uncategorized, Yarn, hand spinning, yarn processing | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Why I Shop at Thrift Stores for Clothing (and other things) 10-27-2019

For many years I have purchased my clothing at thrift stores. It’s a statement in life about how I wish to live. Besides the fact that I can purchase an entire wardrobe for what it would cost to purchase one … Continue reading

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