Tag Archives: nature

One of the many things I can’t do

I have found that there are certain things I can’t do, for example, I can’t be a salesman. This blog talks about another thing I can’t do. Continue reading

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confessions of a nature blogger

Confessions of a blogger. Continue reading

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Another Way To Boost The Plants Around Your Home Naturally Without Added Work

One thing about nature is that the laws that govern it, govern our lives as well, and what is the one thing that makes a lot of our lives bearable? Companions. Living out the rest of my life with my … Continue reading

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What You May Not Know About Failure

Ever wondered what failure truly meant? Many of us know it but we seem to follow the definition given by society or by what we’ve learned from our childhood. Here is a glimpse at what true failure is. Continue reading

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What I didn’t know about apple trees and grafting.

  I woke up this morning and wanted to watch a documentary so I found one called “The Botany of Desire”, the main point of the video was that maybe plants manipulate us to do what they want, instead of … Continue reading

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One odd way to enhance the growth of your plants.

What do we take advantage of every day? Do we overlook the seemingly small details in our lives and forget they have value as well? Everything has value and worth and needs to be treated with respect. Continue reading

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Growing the right trees

When it comes to trees (and life), you must figure out whether you want fast growing trees or steady growing trees. Choose wisely though, as it will effect the rest of your garden in a big way. Steady growing trees have deep root systems and grow proportionately to its roots, a fast growing tree grows disproportionate to its roots and can easily be blown over during times of strong winds. Continue reading

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Being there for each other

Have you ever went above and beyond the help you’ve given someone? For example, have you ever helped someone and then stayed with them awhile until they were back on their feet mentally as well? Continue reading

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Instant gratification

Instant gratification or allowing life to ripen over time? Continue reading

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What are you passionate about?

I have finally found my focus and my passion for this blog, nature and our relationship with it. Continue reading

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