"Meal prepping" is what all the fitness people on the socials do. They plan out recipes for the week and write out elaborate lists of ingredients. Then they go to the supermarket while their ingredients list is still fresh on their mind --and they go early-- before all the kale is picked over-- and they purchase all of their already planned menu ingredients with a smile and some zeal.
Do you struggle with getting members of your family to do their fair share of household duties, tasks and chores? Are you tired of incessantly asking, making chore lists, ignoring messes and whatnot? Well then. It's time to act. It's time to get creative about getting your house sparkling clean without repeating yourself, writing lists that are ultimately ignored, or making lengthy speeches at family meetings. If you've tried everything else to get your family to clean the house without you being the house manager about it, get ready to enjoy a home so clean, you won't mind it when your mother-in-law drops in for an unannounced visit.
"Water pie is a sweet pie made with just six ingredients: water, flour, sugar, vanilla extract, butter, and a pie crust. Like other recipes that originated during the Great Depression, water pie stretches a handful of ingredients by turning them into something substantial."
I suppose I could grow a small container garden on our apartment balcony. I suppose one tomato plant is better than none. And maybe I will. Or maybe, I'll have time (I don't) to take my Townsquare co-workers up on their offer to start an office garden. Who knows. My point is, the title of this post is "5 Things I'm Planting in my Imaginary Garden". And right now I don't have an actual garden so, we'll stay with the theme. I've added pictures from my actual gardens past, just because.