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Quick Garden Update

7 May 2024 1 minute read 1 comment HedgemageTJ

  Hello to all who stop by and read. I have a quick update for the garden. I have expanded a bit for when the seeds I have put in other temp planters are ready to transplant, added a more grown tomato plant and two other strawberry plants. In the fut...

Expanding the Garden

1 May 2024 4 minute read 1 comment HedgemageTJ

Hello to all who stop by and read this. I hope you are having a great day.    In my last post I had just started my bucket garden. So far everything planted in the buckets and temporary growth containers seems to be growing pretty good. The onions al...

10 Tips and Tricks for a Beautiful Garden

18 Mar 2024 5 minute read 0 comments Hope E Davis

Gardens are one of the best ways to stay active, as hobbies lead to happiness and well-being in several studies. However, not everyone is born with a natural green thumb. Luckily, there are several tactics you can take to take your garden to the nex...

Transform Your Hobby Into A Professional Business

12 Jan 2024 2 minute read 0 comments

Are you interested in transforming that much-loved hobby into a fully fledged business idea? If so, then it’s important to approach this possibility the right way. There are lots of points to consider. These are some of the factors we recommend that...

Non-Materialistic Methods of Escapism? | 4chan greentext

9 Jan 2024 1 minute read 0 comments Biz Wisdom

What are some non-materialistic methods of escapism? . Books . Sports. video games. drugs. studying. programming. dancing. rubbing your body against the body of a female human, preferably naked and in the woods. also gin and beer. . Reading, music, a...

Seafood paella

2 Mar 2023 1 minute read 1 comment @Yari

Seafood paella is a traditional Spanish dish that is prepared with rice, shellfish, and other ingredients. The recipe varies depending on the region and personal taste, but generally includes shrimp, mussels, calamari, prawns, and saffron. To prepare...

The happiness is hidden in the small details

2 Jan 2023 2 minute read 2 comments Heruvim78

    The second day of the year, and, as I start work on the 4th of January, I am doing a bit of DIY in the house. I started with cleaning the silicon sealing in the shower, the irony is I used some anti-mold fancy silicone instead of the norm...


27 Nov 2022 6 minute read 1 comment Diomedes

  My father was brilliant in buying me things (I won’t call them toys) that captured my imagination.  The first was a Meccano set with little nuts and bolts, to build model cars and cranes and Ferris wheels.  It even had a motor to drive them.  I spe...

What hobbies do you have?

14 Mar 2022 1 minute read 0 comments dezeaster

I know this site is dominated by crypto, making money, and finance in general but I'm curious as to what hobbies do you all have? I strongly hope that looking at charts is not all consuming for you and that you find some time to do something complete...

Collecting Postage Stamps - Is It Worth It?

26 Dec 2021 5 minute read 0 comments SweptOverNiagara

Beginning in the early 90's, I developed a passion for collecting postage stamps and related items such as first day covers and commemorative sheets. This lasted for just a few years. Now, after 30 years have passed, I've rediscovered some of those s...