Where would we be without fruits and vegetables? Produce is an essential part of a well-balanced diet! That’s why it’s so important to take care of the earth and the soil. Composting is a way to make sure you are doing just that while helping to reduce your food waste! Electric indoor composting helps to make this process much easier and much more efficient so I made a list of the best Electric Indoor Composter on the market.
I love them! I actually really love them. My succulent that is, and the one I own is so easy to take care of and brings joy to my room. I have more than just the one in my room but the one in my room is special. It’s special because I made it! In fact, after I made it I decided I wanted more. So I joined a succulent subscriptions monthly club that I get a special surprise every month and it’s also healthy for my environment.
When I saw this simple indoor composter for the first time I was so excited! The FoodCycler from Vitamix is a small appliance and a great idea to improve kitchen waste. And to me spending so much time in the kitchen, it just adds another activity for everyone in my household. The FoodCycler from Vitamix is great for collecting food scraps but also to help save the planet. I hope this FoodCycler Review of the Simple Indoor Composter can help you decide if this simple indoor composter is for you.
Do you want to learn how to garden? Gardening for beginners-what to know is a topic that is very popular today. It’s important when you are beginning to garden that you start with the proper soil, seeds, sunshine and water. There are lots of details to be learned so that your garden can flourish and blossom with edible fruit. My outdoor garden has produced some amazing basil and tomatoes that I can add to my recipes. I’ve enjoyed it so much that I’ve chosen to start an indoor garden!
How to indoor garden is an article I wrote for people living in apartments or areas with extreme weather. Click here to read my article HOW TO INDOOR GARDEN. If you can’t garden outdoors then may as well garden indoors. I’ve chosen to indoor garden to add some greenery inside my home. Some people live in apartments or are without a backyard so indoor gardening is the best solution. I chose to grow the minigarden fruit & veggie kit from Urban Leaf. I planted tomato, peppers and strawberries. It’s been a great growth experience for me. And I will be so happy to have healthy organically grown produce available at my fingertips. Read on to hear why…. and also read on especially if you’re looking for indoor garden ideas or how to start a garden.
First hearing the term “black gold” made me so curious. I imagined so many definitions and topics of what is black gold. Is it a new drink, an oil, a type of jewelry, a song or a movie? It inspired me to dig deep and uncover what exactly is black gold. Well I guess it depends who you ask. I asked some friends and they all have their own ideas of what is black gold. I think for me the best answer is it’s the result of successful composting. I wrote about this in an article awhile back that you can read here. I’ve always planned on researching more about this because I do find it interesting.
It’s always fun to learn something new! So I recently started researching how to indoor garden. My interest sparked during the quarantine of staying home and wanting more greenery inside my home. There are other important reasons for example, apartment living or extreme seasonal weather. I chose to grow a mini … Read More
Why do some people think composting is hard? Well I’m here to clear up this misconception and explain clearly how to compost in a bin. Compost is the best soil conditioner, fertilizer and soil amendment you can use. It’s simply taking any organic material tossed into a bin with added oxygen and water. This creates a compost sometimes called “black gold“ and has many benefits for the earth and for a garden. Some examples of organic material would be kitchen scraps from leftover food, small twigs and leaves all shredded into small pieces. According to EPA.gov the food scraps and yard waste makes up 28% of what we throw away in the trash. Making compost helps keep these materials out of the landfills.