I have to admit this is a question I’ve been asking myself a lot lately. While the pandemic seems to be over, COVID is still out there.
It is that time of the year. I’ve been out in the garden a lot in the last few weeks, and there will be more posts on that to come. However, while I was weeding the front garden I came across the dahlia tubers from last year.
As I said the other day I’ve been spending a lot of time in the garden. I really want the garden to work. There is nothing like being able to walk outside and pick what you need to make lunch or cook dinner.
It seemed appropriate for me this week to take a look back on the last 12 months and see how things have changed around here.
One of the logical things to do when living in a country like Australia is to install solar panels and get your power from the sun.
They are meant to be the easiest thing to grow from seed, so why can’t I grow radishes? They just won’t work.
Making your home more energy efficient doesn’t mean you have to become a greenie. There are many reasons for doing it. Today I am going to talk about why we did it and what we did.
As my wonderful city of Melbourne heads back to lockdown tonight I thought for Monochrome Madness I might share some older photos of the city.
Day 27 of the 30 Day at Home Challenge. Here is one to take you back a few years.
Time for Day 26 in our 30 Day at Home Challenge. Perhaps the challenge is a way many of us have been passing the time.