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Go With Your Passion   A big mistake many freelance writers make is spreading themselves too thin and trying to write about any and all subjects. I advise you to pick two or three things you are especially knowledgeable and/or passionate about. This will allow you to brand yourself as an...

Spring Rhubarb

Spring Rhubarb: A Joy and a Challenge After many years of trying to grow rhubarb it’s finally happened! Three fine stalks and about a pound...

Your Own Home Recording Studio for Under $300

With the rise of YouTube, SoundCloud and social media, foregoing the traditional record label route is becoming more of an option for musicians everywhere....

Dealing With Garden Thieves and Vandals

Who does these kind of things? It started last week when I found two very green tomatoes lying next to a pot out at the...

Summer Drought Solutions

Dealing with the Summer “Drought”   Now that the rains have abated, if not completely disappeared until September, the Herculean task these days is to keep the...

Selling Your Extra Produce at a Roadside Vegetable Stand

I must have ended up with close to a TON of zucchini this past summer. I don’t even like zucchini, but my husband and...

Plant Sale!

Our Find of the Day   Under the guise of bringing the Garden Dog out to meet and greet people (his favorite role), we somehow ended...

Making Concrete Stepping Stones

Making Concrete Stepping Stones 22 06 2010 For some time now, I’ve contemplated making my own stepping stones for use throughout the garden. As you may...
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