Nice weather for golfing, tennis, and boating likely means clear skies - great for you but not so much for your veggie plants. Likely your plants are hoping you remember to give them a drink of water. In many places- there is a phrase- April ... READ MORE
Ever heard of a rain gauge? No? Maybe you have an idea, but you aren't quite sure. Well, you've come to the right place. Read on to learn what a rain gauge is, how it works, and how easy it is to use one in your home landscape.
What ... READ MORE
A single one dollar bill. Money, cash, currency. UF/IFAS Photo: Tyler Jones.A single one dollar bill. Money, cash, currency. UF/IFAS Photo: Tyler Jones.What is an emergency fund?
An emergency fund is money set aside for unplanned expenses. ... READ MORE
There are many reasons to properly irrigate the home landscape. Not only do we not want to waste this precious natural resource, but we want to be sure we apply the proper amount of water to keep our plants thriving!
It's still the dry season ... READ MORE
Next week is Money Smart Week, which runs from April 21st to the 28th. This special week, which was created in 2001 by a group of organizations in Chicago that would go around helping the community improve their financial literacy, is meant ... READ MORE
For all of those who participated in America Saves Week by taking a pledge to save more, pat yourself on the back! Well done!
For those who intended to but didn't get around to it, it is not too late! Saving money is an initiative we can ... READ MORE
One of the myths of saving money is the thought that we don’t have enough money to save. To change your mindset I would like you to think you can save money and you will make it your goal to pay yourself first. Start small; for example, loose ... READ MORE
It is the time of the year for all of us to start filing our tax return form and also think about what to do if you are receiving a tax refund. This year deadline is April 17th, 2018. Filing your taxes on time will save you money in penalties, ... READ MORE
One third of homes in Florida rely on septic systems, or onsite sewage treatment and disposal systems (OSTDS), to treat and dispose of household wastewater, which includes wastewater from bathrooms, kitchen sinks and laundry machines. When properly ... READ MORE