If you, like us, live in a state where the winters tend to get pretty bad, you might not be sure what to do with your garden when the weather starts to turn. Some plants just aren’t made for the winter, but some of them are, and either way it can be hard to […]

Read More >>

  While there hasn’t been much going on this year for, well, obvious reasons, the one thing a lot of us have been able to count on is the great outdoors. Hikes, small picnics, socially-distanced backyard parties – in an era where we couldn’t really get out of the house or see people except under […]

Read More >>

  Summer is in full swing, and even if you’re trying to keep your kids safely at home, they’ve probably gotten the itch to play outdoors sometimes. This is a good thing! Getting a little sunshine and fresh air is helpful for anyone, no matter how many indoors distractions your kids may have (not that […]

Read More >>

  Despite the frequent heat waves this summer, it’s been a good year for playing in the backyard. Whether you’re trying to help the kids have more fun at home because everything cool has been closed due to COVID-19, or you’re just trying to encourage more time outdoors not playing video games (and the Nintendo […]

Read More >>

  Maybe you’re trying to get your kids to play in the yard more during quarantine, maybe you got bored and tried to sift through some stuff in the garage, or maybe you’ve been trying unsuccessfully to rehome them for a while, but either way, one thing is true – kids can outgrow stuff awful […]

Read More >>

  Here in Michigan, as with states all over, the quarantine is being lifted very slowly – but that doesn’t mean you can’t still be careful! Most people are gradually testing the waters by having a few people over in their backyards while still practicing social distancing. The weather is perfect for a little barbecue […]

Read More >>

  For most of us right now, the quarantine is still in full swing: grocery stores are hard to get into, supplies are still hard to come by, and everything else is either too closed or limited to be any help. It can start to feel a little claustrophobic after a while, knowing you can’t […]

Read More >>

Pages: 1 2 3 4 5