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Old 06-09-2009, 05:16 PM   #61
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Originally Posted by Moemg View Post
I also love to read books and sometimes the book I want is not in the library or has a long wait so I buy it ,read it and sell it on amazon . It eliminates the clutter and instead of costing $16.00 it ends up to be more like $3.00.
I do that too, but I usually buy used excellent condition on in the first place.

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Old 06-09-2009, 05:20 PM   #62
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Originally Posted by Midpack View Post
I know how I overcame something similar, set a firm limit on yourself by limiting garden space and/or potted plants.
If you buy another potted plant, something has to go. If you run out of garden space, you can't plant something else until next year/harvest.
Firm limit...

Limiting space or plants...

Can't plant something else...

Just kidding...I hear ya loud and clear. And you are absolutely correct.

I am conquering my disorganized overgrown garden with nice organized rows and landscape fabric in the walkways. This project keeps me from reorganizing poor dh2b.
I posted pics at "what did you do today" on Monday.

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