Monday, April 4, 2011

Some easy tips for preparing for spring.

It seems every April I blog about the same old stuff... spring cleaning, Earth Day, yummy foods, getting out and gardening... Instead of regurgitating everything, here are a few of my links from years past in case you'd like to peruse at your own pace:

No better time than during spring cleaning to start an all natural cleaning supply routine.
Celebrate Earth Day on April 22 with these 7 tips to live simply.
The spring thaw is he perfect time to start composting.
18 ways to get your New England yard ready for spring.
Time to get some new sunscreen for the year. Make sure you are getting it right.
Buy your ice pop maker now, you'll will be making oodles of popsicles for hot, sweaty kids any day.
Carve yourself out a little corner in your yard, so that you can start sipping tea and watching the trees bud and flowers blossom.
I am not sure if I ever mentioned it... but my square foot gardens were a huge success.
I am sooo excited to get back on the grill... and to eat summer salads... lots and lots of salads!
Start your summer bucket list now so that you can start planning/budgeting/daydreaming for your summer.

And now, if we could just get the weather to cooperate so that we could have some real spring weather.

1 comment:

  1. I need to do a bucket list for the summer. Now that Nate is old enough, he will probably want to help me write it up! Oh and I can't wait to get my gardsens going this year! We are adding one more raised bed this year and I am looking forward to fresh vegggies from the yard!