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I am now officially a personal finance blogger. Do I have 5,000 subscribers? No. Do I have a 100,000 visitors a month? No.
I reached a bigger miletone- I have a garden.
It seems like many personal finance bloggers are now only getting their finances in order, they're cultivating their own little productive land.
It's definitely a learning experience, but I'm really enjoying it. Having fresh herbs and foods from our little garden and our friends' gardens is a great improvement with our meals.
In case you're curious about what we have in our spot, here's the list.
- Icebox Watermelon
- Bell Pepper
Some of the plants are ready yet, so I'm waiting eagerly to have some watermelon.
Resources on Starting and Maintaining your Own Little Garden
If you're thinking of starting a garden or you want to improve the results of your garden, here are some wonderful posts from other personal finance blogs.
Five Cent Nickel
- Start Planning Your Garden Now
- Save Money (and Water!) With a Rain Barrel
- Gardening for Health, Wealth, and Independence
Get Rich Slowly
- How Much Does a Garden Really Save?
- An Introduction to Square-Foot Gardening
- Gardening 101: Plan Today for Summer Success
- Frugality in Practice: The Garden in Spring
The Simple Dollar
- Building a square foot garden
- 10 Benefits of Raised Garden Beds
- Square Foot Garden Fever – Why Square Foot Gardening?
Your Take on Personal Finance and Gardening
How many of you have a home garden? How long have you've been taking care of it? If you're not on the lists, please let me know in the comments. I'll include a link to your garden post.
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