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Preparing the raised beds for the winter

So although I have debated about whether to plant more things in the raised beds to try and grow them over winter, I have decided not to and to leave them empty and ready for Spring. 381 more words

Life In The Countryside

Fall food from the farm stand

Well it’s that time of year again when we head to the local farm stand and buy up approx. 20 acorn squash to freeze. I cut each acorn squash in half, remove the seeds, place on a cookie sheet (8 halves fit on mine) and bake for 1 hour at 375 degrees or until skins are loose and squash inside is tender. 195 more words

Whole Food Living

Apple Picking


Alright folks,

First post in two weeks!! Two weeks! I’ve been finding it slightly difficult trying to maintain two posts a week, hold a full time job and juggle life in general. 164 more words


Why my Plants Help me Heal

The healing power of my plants has almost nothing to do with some hippie new wave plant aura idea (but I don’t necessarily doubt it).  I love my plants because they give me a chance to be responsible for something other than me and to watch them flourish because of how I treat them.   376 more words

Mental Health


South Asians, Unite!

TWR is excited to announce our decision to launch a brand new initiative! It is one that we hope will encourage and enable struggling independent filmmakers across our diverse communities. 392 more words


Let’s Get Cookin: 5 Facts About My Cooking Style!

  1. My recipes are GLUTEN FREE (but of course, they can be adapted to include all kinds of gluten if that’s what floats your boat) I’m a simple recipe girl.
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There's a Hazelnut Tree at the bottom of the garden...


I’m looking at our little square of garden, at our immaculate (fake) lawn, and wondering what on earth all the debris is at the bottom. 276 more words