I know that one of the reasons why I started the bullet journal was that everything was in one place… all my doodles, ideas, habits, plans, appointments, personal devotions, prayers, everything. And I still stand by that. You should try to use your personal bullet journal (bujo) for as many functions as possible. However, when I thought about adding gardening-related things to my personal bujo, I found it difficult because gardening is something that happens all-year round, there is information that I will be referencing frequently, and the subject of gardening is so much more than just a collection (i.e. books to read, shows to watch, places to go). I wanted my gardening-related pages to be more than just the plants I wanted to buy, the layout I wanted the garden to have, and which local nurseries/greenhouses I’ve visited. So I did what I thought I’d never do… I started a second bujo.
After weeks of searching for indoor houseplants that would also be safe for pets, I finally decided to go with the spider plant. Continue reading
Belonging to the Brassica family (along with broccoli, cabbage, collards, Brussel sprouts), kale is super easy to grow with lots of health benefits! Continue reading
One of my favorite summer fruits are cucumbers! They can refresh a salad. They can be pickled. They add a crunch to cold noodle dishes. And they have great beauty benefits. =)
A flower that is completely edible! Continue reading