With the way things are unfolding in the world right now, I am more committed than ever to become self-sufficient by learning how to increase my gardening skills and sustainable living practices.
If you’ve faced empty shelves at the grocery store during the pandemic, you might be wondering how secure our food supply actually is. And as you experience the challenges of shopping for your food with all the new social distancing and safe shopping practices, you are probably realizing that it would be easier to grow more of your own food at home and reduce the number of times you have to go to the store to stock up on your fresh produce.
During our time stuck at home, my mom and I started a Tower Garden. Oh my goodness, it has been the most wonderful experience and now a month later we are harvesting our own food. We have been LOVING IT! It is not only a practical solution for supplying a steady supply of greens for salads and herbs for cooking, but it is also so therapeutic and fulfilling during this stressful time.
Before this experience, the only thing I had success growing for food is sprouts. You can read more about what I had to overcome to finally conquer my black thumb in my post about growing living food with a tower garden.
Well, these experiences have given me a taste for wanting to learn more and grow more.
I still don’t have a full-fledged garden but I am starting with baby steps like…
- growing seedlings from seed under grow lights in my office
- growing new plants from cuttings on my window sills
- growing more food from kitchen scraps on my window sills
- growing sprouts on my kitchen counter
- growing herbs in window boxes
- starting my first compost bin
- growing a steady supply of greens and veggies on a tower garden
These small steps have built my confidence and desire to continue learning more and taking on bigger projects.
Well, whether you are a newbie, like me, or you are an expert gardener, I think you’ll agree that we could all benefit from increasing our gardening & sustainable living skills.
That is why my friends at Ultimate Bundles have put together, for the first time, a bundle dedicated to Gardening & Sustainable Living.
Over the years I have learned so much through many different bundles they have offered in other areas of interest. I’ve been so happy with the quality of their bundles, their customer service, and 100 percent happiness guarantee that I have proudly partnered with them as an affiliate for the past two years.
I was so excited to find out they were responding to the increased interest and requests for gardening and sustainable living educational resources, tips, and tools.
It includes 21 eBooks, 7 eCourses, and 5 printables & planners all for only $24.99. The value of all these products is $577.71 which means you get all these great resources for just over 95% off!
With these offerings, you can learn more about how to
- Grow delicious vegetables (even if you’re short on space)
- Preserve food with canning, dehydrating, fermenting, etc
- Plan your garden so you don’t waste a square inch
- Homestead like it’s your job (seriously, you can make money from it)
- Raise animals, like goats, rabbits, and chickens
- And much more!
Click the Learn More! button to see what all is included.
With the 30-day money-back guarantee you can’t go wrong. Even if you only find one or two of the resources helpful, this bundle is so worth it.
I am also offering a special bonus for those who buy this bundle. It is a recording of a garden tour that I did via zoom with a long time friend and master gardener in Southern California. You will be so inspired by her garden, the incredible view from her yard, and all her amazing gardening tips. Just send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know you purchased the bundle by sending me your invoice # and I will send you this recording along with an amazing recipe my friend references in the tour. Put Garden Tour Bonus in the subject line.
Well, I hope this post helps inspire you to learn more about gardening and sustainable living. And I hope it encourages you even if you have never done this before, that you can start small, one step at a time, with little space and little time. I think you will get hooked as I have, and you’ll find a whole new, fulfilling, and very practical hobby.
Wishing you JOY in your journey,
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