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I live in a house with very little outdoor space, but I still wanted to grow some of my own food, so I started a container garden on my patio a few years ago. The first year was a steep learning curve with a lot of trial and error, but I've learned a lot about growing vegetables in containers and believe it's a valuable skill for everyone to have. I started this blog to share what I've learned and provide tips for making the most of the outdoor space you have. You'll find posts on a range of topics, such as the nutrients required for healthy vegetable plants, how to prepare your soil, companion planting for natural bug control and succession planting to grow more vegetables in the space you have available. I hope you enjoy my blog.

Installing Fire Extinguishers in Your Home: 3 Locations to Consider

10 July 2017
 Categories: , Blog

A fire extinguisher plays a key part in any home safety system as they provide you with a way of tackling a small fire before it engulfs your entire home, damaging property and placing the lives of those you love at risk. However, it is important that fire extinguishers are properly located in the right places around your home so they can be easily and quickly accessed in an emergency situation. Read More …

Easy Tips for Fixing a Broken Footrest on Your Recliner Lounge

28 June 2017
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

You're settling down to relax in your recliner lounge, but unfortunately, the footrest isn't working like it should. It may be stuck, one side may refuse to extend or it may be in the wrong position. Regardless of the issue, here are some basic repair tips to try. 1. Look at the Footrest To get a good look at the underside of the footrest, you may want to gently put your recliner on its back. Read More …

Why a Homeowner Should Think Twice Before Installing Their Own Gutters

27 June 2017
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

Your home's gutters are very important for the overall maintenance of the structure itself; those gutters are meant to direct rainwater away from the home's exterior walls and foundation so that these materials don't suffer water damage and resultant cracks. The downspouts also allow water to flow away from the property's soil so that you don't have small floods in the yard, and so that the soil doesn't become overly moist and soft. Read More …

Clever Storage Hacks for Your Home’s Bedroom

22 June 2017
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

Even with a walk-in closet or built-in wardrobe, you may not be taking full advantage of the space in your bedroom when it comes to storage for all your clothes, shoes, and other accessories. Your bedroom may also need to serve double duty if you have a desk in the room for a hobby or for paying bills, so you may need storage for office supplies and similar materials. Note a few clever bedroom storage hacks to ensure you're using every square inch or centimetre of available space for needed storage. Read More …

Interstate Moving: Necessities to Carry With You for the First Night

20 June 2017
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

Having to embark on an interstate move can be quite stressful as it means you will be unfamiliar with your surroundings, and you would need some time to get your footing. Nevertheless, this is not to say that your interstate move has to be a nightmare. The first thing that you need to do is hire professional movers who would be adept at transporting belongings long-distance. Having interstate removalists will give you peace of mind that your items are not at risk of damage. Read More …