How To Grow Pomegranates From Seed!

So I took a stab at it and got interesting results! Gotta make sure I keep it stable so I can enjoy the fruits of my labour in the 10 years it takes to grow these! I got the seed from a store bought pomegranate. Can you believe it?


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A Typical Day at a Grocery Store in a Small Town

I went to the grocery store this morning. It was a beautiful day with the perfect temperature of 28 degrees. The parking lot was packed with cars, the bike rack was empty. I locked my bike to the rack and continued on. My cart had a few items, lettuce head, tomatoes, avocado, bananas and chicken. That’s it. The guy in front of me at the lineup bought buns, hot dogs and chips. The guy behind me bought gatorade and soft drinks. The woman beside me bought a bunch of canned and boxed “food”.

These people are willingly poisoning themselves in the “greatest nation”.

Where Art Really Is

I’ve been to many art galleries and I am not struck with the same sense of wonder or creativity as much as a walk through Ikea.

Ikea gives you the full visual experience. It’s not just art on the wall. The art is the wall, its the floor, the ceiling and everything in it. Imagine how amazing a museum would be if they considered all aspects of the environment. The Ikea designers there probably put more thought and care for their viewers than most artists do it seems!

Dying Clothes Naturally – Safe For Composting

I have a new project in my sights! Compostable biodegradable clothes. I am combining my love for composting and clothes together so I can live sustainably in style. The idea of wearing used clothes repulses me to my core. To me, wearing compostable clothes is the best eco-friendly solution!

I found the perfect jersey organic cotton fabric here in Texas:

And the perfect (very expensive!) thread from The Netherlands:

And I made the dye myself! I don’t trust the “eco-friendly” dyes they sell online, they have harmful metals in them like tin and led that could poison a compost pile! Only iron and alum are safe. For a nice pink, all you would need are some avocados and water. So many plants give nice colours, there are so many books all about that.


Here are my results:

This is how you would prepare the fabric: