Sunday, June 30, 2013

Bill Me Later

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Sunday, June 2, 2013

Make Money Online

Unemployment or Self employment are rather harsh on the wallet. I decided that I should look into some credible, online sources to make some extra money. The first company I tried was postloop. Postloop is a job where you respond to forums and blogs for approximately 8 cent per post. I know that is not a lot of money but, most of us respond to post all day on facebook for free. That little bit of chump change can add up and is easy sent to your paypal account once you reach 100 points. I enjoy post loop because most of the forums and blogs I subscribe to give me more information about making money online. Postloop Free Forum Posts Another company I tried and received a lot of success with is Slice the pie. You listen to various genre's of music, you write a short review of your opinion of the music. The pay ranges from .05 to .18 cent per review. Don't be fooled into thinking these small amounts don't add up. Since, music soothes the soul you will be inspired to keep at it. It's a very fun job and I enjoy it very much. Please Click below and check it out.

Winter sowing part II

Winter Sowing is the easiest way to be prepared for the spring.  Over the years I've notice the weather has gotten more unpredictable.  However, it is possible to adapt your seeds to the environment.  It's does not matter whether your climate will experience wind, sleet or hail the seeds will emerge in perfect time regardless of the situation.

The best thing about winter sowing is that it is easy, and does not require a lot of attention. Here are a few basic steps to get started.

  1. Cut a one gallon plastic jug in half, do not remove the cap.
  2. Ensure you make holes in the bottom of the jug for drainage
  3. Fill the jug 1/4 with your favorite compost or soil medium
  4. Plant your seeds in the soil
  5. Water the until moist
  6. Put the second half of the jug on top and seal close with tape.
  7. Leave the jugs outdoors where it can be exposed to sunlight (Throughout Winter)
  8. When spring arrives periodically remove the cap to see if the seedlings have emerged.
  9. When the seedlings have four true leaves feel free to transplant however you wish.
You can winter sow just about any seeds you would like, However I think winter sowing is a great way to start perennial flowers.  If you are looking for some interesting GMO free rare heirlooms check out

Oakhurst seedswap part II

Check out the next seedswap on August 3rd 2013

What's going on?

Chattahoochee nature preserve