Welcome to the Blog

Adventures in green living everyday

What this blog covers:

  • Growing your (my) own food
  • Wildlife gardening
  • Organic gardening
  • Square foot gardening
  • Raised bed cultivation
  • Companion planting
  • Urban gardening
  • Recycling
  • Alternative Energies
  • Public transport
  • Minimalism
  • Simple living
  • Slow living
  • Climate change
  • Travel experiences
  • Sustainable living
  • Permaculture
  • Eating real food
  • Sharing of green adventures (if you’d like to share your experiences on this blog, just get in touch – I’ll happily share this space)

Basically, what I like to think of as the Good Life!

What this blog does not cover:

  • Politics – as far as possible.
  • Hydroponics
  • Lifestyle design
  • Product reviews (unless I think it would help other people).  I may drop products into posts in which case I will always highlight this.
  • Pets (I could write a separate blog about their antics!), but will try and refrain.
  • Diet and fitness
  • Negativity

Every week look out for a new green post.

Welcome to the blog.  It’s great to have you aboard.

5 thoughts on “Welcome to the Blog

  1. what I think is that it all sounds holistically sound and good on you …to encourage people to take charge of their lives and include other beings along the way by providing habitat and allowing the wild to infiltrate is a great medicine. I live in a forest so it is habitat rich and wild is the state, still we encourage it ,aid and abet it every step of the way. the rewards I derive from this are immeasurable – to have a front row seat of the skinks basking on the verandah, a yellow robin pipping in to get a worm from under the garden fork , wallabies gathering at dusk around the house…. of course this means for us that the growing of food has had to take a back seat – the wild has become the dominant theme and we scrabble for the leftovers…after 30 years we do not mind…
    all the best for you and your journey…


  2. Dropped by after noting your visit. I liked your site very much and will follow. I’m recently retired and all my “birdies” have flown the nest so I’ve time to write, paint and grow things! Your site looks like a great treasure trove of helpful (and healthy) information, so will drop by from time to time to “dig around” a little..


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