With a new year upon us, you have taken a good look through your wardrobe and you have decided that a number of pieces are in dire need of an update. One of those accessories includes your current handbag, which has certainly seen better days, as it is so ragged that you can't pull off even the poor chic look with it anymore.
You need a new piece to complete your outfit for when you head out on the town, whether it be for a high-powered business meeting or a night of dinner, drinks and dancing.
With the stretch drive for university applications looming in the new year, you are no closer to narrowing down your desired post-secondary institutions than you were back in September. With much of your focus taken up by getting good grades and shoring up your extracurricular activities in your senior year of high school, you need to take some time out from your busy schedule to draft a shortlist of colleges that make sense for you.
For that, you need a framework to figure out what schools
With concern growing over the distance that modern meat and produce travels just to land on our plate, the local food movement has grown by leaps and bounds over the past decade or so. While many are content to buy from regional farmers at their local market, many want to take the next step by unlocking the potential of the fertile soil that sits on their own property.
With a little planning and some sweat equity, it is simpler than you think to learn how to start your own vegetable garden.