Published September 28, 2014 by

Last time we were talking about how to save money using chicken coops and getting chickens. Today we will be talking about another savvy healthy way to save some money. Today we are talking about using Uhaul trucks and pods.

Uhaul trucks are a great way to have all your boxes of grown fruits and vegetables transformed to your home. Now you don’t quite have a vegetable garden quite yet. In fact it takes time and money. In the meantime call a uhual truck today to take you to the local farming garden where you can happily pick up fresh fruits and vegetables. They will happily help you carry your ten boxes of freshly picked fruits and vegetables for free.

We went to a farmers market recently and everything there was fresh. They also give you good tips on how to grow your own healthy garden. They believe everyone should do this in order to not only save money but also to save the environment.

Every day thousands if not billions of construction workers are destroying plants and cutting down trees just to install a mall or shopping center somewhere. So why not switch to growing your own garden. Not only are you saving money but you are also saving plant life.

Uhaul believes in this and is a big support in helping you grow your own garden. With Uhaul coupons (like the ones at you can save a lot by using them to transfer your boxes of freshly picked vegetables. They will also give you tips on how to grow your garden and transfer all kinds of plant seeds to your front door for free with no extra charge.

Growing your own garden is easy and after you have your plant seeds to your door you can easily have your fresh picked tomatoes, green beans, and corn all for free. These three veggies I mention are the best to start out with. They grow really well in the spring and summer time. Uhaul would recommend the same thing as well as the fresh market.

Growing your garden is not only easy, environmentally healthy and saves money, it also builds character. You ever met anyone who grows their own garden? Most of them will tell you that they do it to make themselves feel more calm and in touch with mother nature. They say it helps them with their self-esteem and inner self as well. They also say they save hundreds of dollars by growing their own fruits and vegetables.

It is important to know that if you grow your own fruits and vegetables you will find yourself going to the grocery store less and less. Who wouldn’t want that? Especially for people who detest going to the grocery store like myself.

It is the healthier way to go for sure. There are absolutely no cons growing your own garden. As long as you take the proper steps and follow guidelines to grow your own garden you should be perfectly fine. It will the best life decision you will ever make as well as for your kids.

Organic Gardening

Published September 23, 2014 by

A lot of folks ask me for tips on growing your own fresh produce. I can totally understand why. Growing your own fresh fruits and vegetables is very healthy, and saves a lot on the grocery bill. It tastes better too. While people are readily willing to grown plants in their yard, nobody ever considers raising animals.

I’m telling you that it’s not as hard as you think.

I’m not talking about starting your own farm and trying to raise cattle. Of course that is a massive undertaking. But raising chickens is absolutely doable, even if you live in the city. Yes, you will have to slaughter them and skin them and all that jazz. I know it’s kind of gross, but you get used to it after a while. It becomes as routine as peeling an orange.

The first thing you’ll need to do is build a chicken coop. There’s some great guidelines to help you with that here:

Once you’ve done that, you need to get some live chickens. Ideally you can acquire some by scouring the classifieds in your local newspaper or on Craigslist.

If you’re not introducing male chickens (roosters) into the mix, this shouldn’t be too disruptive in your neighborhood. With the right coop setup in your backyard, you can get fresh eggs for years. Cleaning and feeding isn’t that much of a hassle.

It’s not a huge fad yet, but you’d be surprised how many people are doing this these days. Just as homegrown organic fruits and vegetables give you full control of what you’re putting in your body, so does raising your own dairy-providing animals. There’s no need to worry about genetic modifications, weird additives, or what drugs these animals are being injected with.

If you’ve got kids, they’ll be big fans of this approach. If you’re just using the chickens for eggs, having a coop in the backyard is pretty darn cool. It’s like having more pets in the family.

I’m only scratching the surface here, and may delve deeper into this in future posts. Of course we can talk more about home gardening as well.