I am excited that it is almost spring! I don’t like cold weather. One of the things I plan on doing this year (again) is to have a garden and grow most of our own vegetables. I am not the most confident gardener and have been spending some time pondering what I want to achieve.

I also plan on cleaning up our property because there are plans for a remodel in the works.

My list looks something like this:

  • Work in sections – we have about 2.37 acres
  • Move the fence to protect the vegetables I am growing and deers don’t eat them
  • Make a plant to what needs to go where for best use of the space
  • Organize between the trash to the dump and metal to the junk yard
  • Clean and organize under the house for tool storage

But if I had to sum up this month in a word or a phrase it would be:


This is what spring, warm weather and the sun give me. It’s like the moment I am ready to stop hibernating and come out of the cave to experience the world once more.

There’s a lot to be done this year on the home front and I am on a mission to make it happen.

And here’s the thing about holiday’s – I don’t love them as much as the rest of the world does. I think a lot of it has to do with the part that I do happen to work from home, set my own schedule and holiday’s just don’t impact me. The other side of it is that I am an immigrant who was raised with different celebrations and traditions.

I mean just check out the Holiday Insights Website and there are traditional holidays mixed with bizarre celebrations.

March Journal Prompts

Make a list or schedule for spring cleaning this year.

If you could sum up March with any one word or phrase, what would it be?

Describe your perfect way to celebrate a holiday this month.


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