Seasonal Garden To-Do Lists

Seasonal Garden To-Do Lists

Spring, summer, winter, fall – there’s always work to be done in the garden. Use these free printable garden to-do lists to keep up with all of your garden chores, so you don’t overlook anything important. I’ve created a to-do list for each season (even winter). Just check tasks off as you complete them, and it’ll be easy to see what you have left. There’s even room to add your own tasks. [Read more…]

Spring Cleaning Checklist

Spring Cleaning Checklist

Ready to dive into your spring cleaning, but not sure where to start? Print a copy of my spring cleaning checklist, and use it as your guide. It breaks down all the essential cleaning tasks room by room.

Stick it on your fridge, and check off tasks as you complete them. Before you know it, you’ll have your whole house back on track.

And if getting organized and/or clearing out clutter is a part of your spring cleaning plans, these other printables that should help with that:

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How to Make an Essential Oil Inhaler

How to Make an Essential Oil Inhaler

Looking for a way to take essential oils on the go? Then, make an essential oil inhaler. They’re the size of a tube of lip balm, and they seal tight, so you don’t have to worry about them leaking in your bag. To enjoy your favorite oil blend, just unscrew the lid, and inhale deeply.

If you’ve ever used a Vicks (R) Vapor Inhaler these work just like those. The only difference is that you get to pick what goes inside. Make inhalers to relieve headaches, congestion from a cold/flu or seasonal allergies, motion sickness or even insomnia. There are so many possibilities. Here’s how they’re made. [Read more…]

How I Plan to Use My Harvest Printable

Harvest Planner Printable

Growing a garden this year? While you wait for all those beautiful fruits, veggies and herbs to start rolling in, spend a little time planning how you’ll use your harvest. Because too much zucchini is only a thing, if you don’t have a plan for it.

Flip through recipe books, and trawl the Internet for new recipes to try. Then, make a list of what you plan to make with all the foods that you’re growing, or intend to buy at your local farmer’s market.

Include dinner recipes that you can enjoy right away, as well as recipes that you can enjoy throughout the year. Then, track down all the canning recipes, freezing instructions and drying instructions you’ll need, so you’ll be ready to put up your harvest as soon as it comes in.

And be sure to keep an eye out for some giftable recipes, too. Having ready-made gifts on hand makes Christmas and other gift-giving occasions much easier. [Read more…]