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Little stickies that are actually useful!!

Urban Outfitters

Five mini pads of sticky notes: "Wash This", "Pick This Up", "Put This Away", "Gross" and "Clean This". Includes: 1 pack - each contains 5 different stickies with 20 of each. Sheets: stickies: Please allow days for delivery.

Wood Grain Composite Timber (2-inch - 4 ft long) $13 for 4+

These composite timbers are made of a specially developed combination of recycled plastic and wood flour.

Did you know we meal plan for 6 months at a time and buy what we need in bulk? It's what allows us to spend about $200 a month TOTAL for all of our food… grass fed, organic everything.

This 6 Month Meal Plan Saved Us $7800 a Year!

Did you know we meal plan for 6 months at a time and buy what we need in bulk?

Vintage Workwear Logo Templates for Adobe Illustrator http://thevectorlab.com/products/logo-templates-vintage-workwear

Make Custom Logos in Minutes. Using Any Font! Brand new features include: 25 Logo Designs to choose from in both Photoshop and Illustrator format.


Silhouette of Hummingbird on Branch I took this at lunch yesterday, I thought this looked like a Japanese drawing - so much elegance and grace.

5 Perennial Vegetables to Plant. I love perennials, especially since this gardening thing is not a strength of mine.

5 perennial veggies to plant once and enjoy forever/ Perennials are plants which grow back year after year without having to be replanted each spring.

Get a paper towel and wrap your apple seeds in them. Wet the paper towel and put it in the plastic bag. Make sure the plastic bag is sealed tight, and put it in the fridge. Your seeds should take about a month to germinate but check every few weeks and wet again if dry. Your seeds will start to have little white sprouts coming out of them soon enough that's when you know there ready for planting.

Growing Apple Trees From Seed.

Ѽ How To Grow Apple Tree From A Seed ~ wrap seeds in a damp/wet paper towel ~ place in air tight bag, in fridge ~ keep moist ~ Leave for about till sprouts form ~ plant Ѽ