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The days get shorter and colder. There is nothing worse than heading off to work in the dark only to return home in the dark. It’s already starting to happen! The cold days are coming.
The great vitamin D deficiency depression for many during the winter is a very real thing. Surviving the winter is all about planning. If you are a person who would much rather be out hunting or enjoying the sun and the warmth come up with a strong plan.
Owning the winter season comes down to planning. What can you do to make this winter go even smoother?
Review Your Garden
How did you do this year? Was the garden a success or was it a bit of a mess. Where di you have success and where did you struggle.
These are all questions that deserve some kind of answer. Even a stellar year of gardening can have you considering some basic improvements. A garden review is a powerful tool that is the first step in improving your garden next year.
Plan for additions
Once you have identified the areas of success and failure in your garden, you can plan how to make it much better the next to go round. That is the benefit of the winter season. Do you need fences? What about some additional watering options?
Make a list of projects that you are going to want to execute next year.
Create your Timeline
All of that work is great. All the planning is very fun to do. However, if you dont create a timeline and hold yourself accountable, well, none of it will ever get done. You will be planning next year and looking at the same old problems in the face.
Be prepared to take action as well as plan for a great garden next year. Its all in your wheelhouse.