Oops, I Got The Flu
I really like this little series. I caught a nasty flu – my first one in at least 10 years.
And as a result, I doubled down my efforts to grow more nutritious food in order to make sure I didn’t get the flu again, and I made this series to show the process.
I had so much going on in my life over the last year that I didn’t devote much time to my garden.
And that means this winter, I have hardly any truly nutritious food to eat.
And THAT is one of the main reasons why I caught a nasty flu a couple of weeks ago – my first flu in at least 10 years.
I explain more in this video (or feel free to scroll down to the article, if you prefer reading)…
A couple of days ago I talked about my recent run-in with the flu.
(Thanks by the way for the emails and the comments – I’m feeling much better, just still have some weight to gain back and some bags under my eyes to get rid of).
Back to talking about gardening in today’s video (or feel free to scroll down to the article, if you prefer reading)…
I’m really excited to finally share with you my checklist of things you can do in your garden this year in order to ensure your fruits and vegetables provide you with as much nutrition as possible.
I go through the whole checklist in this video (or you can scroll down if you’d prefer to read the article instead)…
A couple of months ago I shared with you my garden checklist of 17 things you can do in your garden this year.
These things will improve the fertility of your soil and the health of your plants, which will translate to much more nutritious food, with better flavor and fewer pests.
It’s finally spring in my neck of the woods, so over these 10 days, I get to do them in my garden!
And just because it’s fun, I’m making a short ‘quickie’ video for each step…