A busy weekend has finally given way to a much appreciated work week at Cybergenica and Glorious Media. While most people work during the week so they can play on weekends, more often than not my weekends are more taxing than weekdays.
For example, this weekend I torn down a cabinet that hung over our kitchen island, installed a range hood and hooks to hang pots, then redid the countertop AND painted cabinets in the entire kitchen. Of course, that meant I had to take out the kitchen sink and put it back in when the counter was done… Me no likey plumbing u no! Next, I fixed a pasture gate that was broken by one of our goats. I also tried to fix our minivan that quit on us on Friday afternoon, to no avail.
The good news is, the kitchen looks GREAT!
One thing is for certain: I should have done the kitchen a LONG TIME AGO!
While this has nothing to do with Internet Marketing, it is a perfect example of procrastination, the avoidance of completing a task that held utmost importance, if anything, to me wife Elizabeth who spends a ton of time in our kitchen.
Fact: Procrastination Kills!
I’m sure you’re well aware most heart attack deaths could have been avoided through preventive measures. As a matter of fact, something as simple as an infant Aspirin routine is a proven way to prevent heart attacks. But, because people with heart conditions or poor health procrastinate, they end up pushing up daisies, rotting away in a casket…
Speaking of daisies, we’re sprouting a few hundred seeds in our greenhouse and multiple gardens using soil that consists of wood chips, ashes from our fireplace ashes and composted hay, table scraps, duck, turkey, chicken and goat manure. Within a few days of putting seeds in the soil, we already have spinach, zucchini, cucumber, tomato, pepper and herb sprouts.
On top of the germinating seeds, we also have pineapple, celery and green onions in our hydroponic garden.
What’s best about organic gardening is, it can produce a harvest even in the most limited spaces. I recall years ago we grew tomatoes and peppers using a Topsy Turvy, an upside down gardening planter anyone can use. Over the years, our Turvy harvested well over 100 tomatoes & peppers!
To help you find out more about organic gardening, this week I’m giving away a private label ebook titled “An Organic Harvest.” Remember, this ebook is not only yours to read but also yours to republish and even resell for profits. Did you know you can republish PLR ebooks and sell them on Amazon 100% legally & ethically? That’s right! Talk about an organic harvest!
Free PLR eBook – An Organic Harvest
This week’s PLR gem is titled “An Organic Harvest.”
What you do with this ebook is entirely up to You!
Because this ebook comes with its own Private Label Rights license, anyone can ethically and legally give it away or include it as a bonus with any package. You can even try and sell it if you dare!
To get started, click the link below to download the ebook file in ZIP format, then after you unzip the file, review its content before you leverage its potential on your website.