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Keeping pigs is something that my Grandad always did, and it never seemed so hard. I thought I would share some of the realisations that I have come across in the last month of keeping my own pigs.
My dear husband informed me today that I have a lot of work to get through so I should get a full day of work in before he gets home. Thanks dear. My plan for today is to work on my business plan for this year. I've got a lot of things I would like to achieve, one of them being the goal to churn out 30 websites during the year, so I need to put a plan in place on how to achieve this.
Today I spent the day trying to put even more boxes into my little house.
I haven't kept a vege garden since before I was a teenager. It brings back memories of helping my Grandad plant an entire paddock in potatoes. And the next paddock in everything else from carrots to lettuces to pumpkins.
Today was actually a very unproductive day for me - mostly because we spent most of the day trying not to die in the heat. So no surprise that I didn't make it into the vege garden either.
Ok - I'll come up with a better title tomorrow. But for me to post day 2 is a small celebration, as it means that I haven't busted my goal set yesterday.
Well I'm taking up the challenge - writing a blog every day for the next 30 days. It's going to be fun.