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Vegetable Garden Sowing Guide

 

A quick reference guide to help plan out your vegetable garden.  The 5-page A4 printable PDF download contains- 

  • Description of the different climate zones including tropical, sub-tropical, temperature, cold and arid.
  • Tips for planning and growing your vegetables
  • Growing vegetables in containers, what to grow and how big the pot should be
  • Sowing guide for each climate zone, what months to sow which vegetables
  • Quantity of plants recommended to feed a family
  • Row spacing
  • Plant spacing
  • Weeks till harvest
  • Length of time in weeks until harvest

 You may not have the space to plant an entire vegetable garden but you can grow some of your favor herbs, tomatoes and the like in pots on your balcony.  With the planting guide you could plan how to get multiple crops out of the one season.

Create your own Emergency Plan for Families

 

60-page workbook, checklists and tips (PDF download).  Every household should have an Emergency Plan.  Emergencies can be a varied from in-house family members to external situations out of your control.  And then there are disasters natural and man-made.  Each situation can cause: 

  • Stress for the whole family,
  • Finance destress from loss of property,
  • Disruption to daily life,
  • Injury or loss of life.

 With a current emergency plan, you are prepared before the emergency happens which reduces the problems listed above.  A written plan is easy to access when the power and internet fail.  The plan should be familiar to the whole family so they know what to do when you are not around to direct them.   Family households must consider children, pets, and extended family in and out of the home among other lifestyle factors.  60 pages, 8.5 x 11 inches in size.

 This workbook covers: 

  • Know your local area and emergency history,
  • Developing your plan for your area,
  • Checklists for preparation,
  • Family skills audit,
  • Documenting your household items, documentation, and valuables,
  • Personal information that may be needed in a disaster,
  • Pet information,
  • Various emergency kit lists.

 The paperback version is available on Amazon.

Create your own Emergency Plan for Individuals

 

60-page workbook, checklists and tips (PDF download).  Emergencies and disasters are stressful and facing them alone has the extra stress of dealing with the problems by yourself.  While you may not have a family living with you, you may still have family living with others which will be a concern.

Individuals face the following issues

  • Possibly living with boarders, flatmates, or college students who have their own plans.
  • Renting in apartment buildings or college accommodation with its own emergency procedure,
  • Not having anyone to help with preparation before or recovery after an event,

 With a current emergency plan, you are prepared before the emergency happens which reduces the problems listed above.  A written plan is easy to access when the power and internet fail.  The plan should be familiar to yourself and those who live with you.   You won’t be able to control what your flatmates do in a disaster but you can develop a plan for yourself.  60 pages, 8.5 x 11 inches in size.

 This workbook covers: 

  • Know your local area and emergency history,
  • Developing your plan for your area,
  • Checklists for preparation,
  • Skills audit for yourself and boarders,
  • Emergency procedures for your residence,
  • Documenting your household items, documentation, and valuables,
  • Personal information that may be needed in a disaster,
  • Pet information,
  • Various emergency kit lists.

The paperback version is available on Amazon.