How to Start your own vegetable garden?

Planting your own vegetables and fruit is a great way to save money and eat healthier. Not only can it be a fun and rewarding hobby, but it can also provide you with fresh, delicious produce at a fraction of the cost of store-bought items. If you’re just starting out, it’s best to begin with easy plants that require minimal maintenance and are more forgiving of beginner mistakes. Here’s what you need to know to get started.

When it comes to selecting plants to grow, it’s important to choose items that are easy to grow and maintain. Tomatoes and melons are often more expensive items at the grocery store, so growing your own can save you a lot of money in the long run [1]. However, they may not be the easiest plants for beginners. Instead, consider starting with vegetables like beans, beets, onions, spinach, broccoli, peppers, carrots, summer squash, cucumbers, tomatoes, potatoes, lettuce, peas, and Swiss chard, which are all relatively easy to grow and maintain [1].

Before planting, make sure you have a good location for your garden. Most vegetables require at least six hours of sunlight per day, so choose a spot that gets plenty of sun. You’ll also need to make sure your soil is healthy and well-draining. While it’s best to start with high-quality organic potting soil, you can also create your own compost to give your plants much-needed nutrients [2].

When it comes to planting, follow the instructions on the seed packets or plant labels. Generally, you’ll want to plant your seeds or seedlings after the last frost in your area. Make sure to give each plant enough space to grow and avoid overcrowding, which can lead to disease and pest problems. Water your plants regularly, especially during hot and dry weather, and keep an eye out for any signs of pests or disease.

One of the great benefits of growing your own food is having complete control over any pesticides or chemicals used [2]. You can choose to grow your plants organically, without the use of any chemicals or pesticides, or you can use natural alternatives like neem oil or diatomaceous earth to control pests. Whatever method you choose, make sure to research it thoroughly and follow all instructions carefully to avoid harming your plants or the environment.

In addition to saving money, growing your own vegetables and fruit can also be a fun and rewarding hobby. It’s a great way to spend time outdoors, get some exercise, and enjoy fresh, delicious produce that you’ve grown yourself. If you don’t have much space in your backyard, you can also grow veggies in containers on your front porch or deck [3]. This is a great option for apartment dwellers or anyone who doesn’t have access to a traditional garden plot.

In conclusion, planting your own vegetables and fruit is a great way to save money and eat healthier. Starting with easy plants like beans, beets, onions, spinach, broccoli, peppers, carrots, summer squash, cucumbers, tomatoes, potatoes, lettuce, peas, and Swiss chard can help you get the hang of gardening without getting overwhelmed. Make sure to choose a sunny location with healthy soil, water your plants regularly, and avoid using harmful pesticides or chemicals. With a little

Jobs AI can’t replace

While AI has the potential to automate many tasks, there are still some jobs that are less likely to be fully replaced by AI in the near future, primarily those that require complex human interactions, creativity, and emotional intelligence. Some examples of jobs that are less likely to be replaced by AI include:

  1. Healthcare professionals: AI may be able to help doctors and nurses diagnose and treat patients, but it cannot replace the empathy, emotional intelligence, and personalized care that healthcare professionals provide.
  2. Creative professionals: Jobs that require creativity, such as writers, artists, musicians, and designers, are less likely to be fully automated by AI since they require imagination and originality, which are uniquely human qualities.
  3. Social workers and therapists: Jobs that involve helping people with emotional and mental health issues, such as social workers and therapists, require a high degree of emotional intelligence, empathy, and interpersonal skills, which are difficult for AI to replicate.
  4. Teachers: While AI may be able to assist in the teaching process, human teachers play an important role in developing critical thinking skills, creativity, and social skills in their students.
  5. Jobs that require physical dexterity: Jobs that require physical dexterity, such as plumbers, electricians, and carpenters, are less likely to be replaced by AI since they involve working with complex systems that require a high level of skill and precision.

Overall, while AI may automate many routine tasks and jobs, there will always be a need for human skills, creativity, and emotional intelligence in many industries and professions.

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Should I buy Aerogarden?

Aerogarden is fairly easy to use. I would recommend you soak your pods first. You can use tap water. My tap water is fairly hard at 430PPM. I through in some lemon so it neutralized chlorine and makes the water more acidic. Lemons have vitamin c. Plus it does make the water so calcified in the system which it’s pain to clean.

You can put 8ml for plant food and then add another 8ml plant food 2 weeks later. It grow very fast. I grew bok choy and rocket. It was ready to harvest in 2 weeks. It’s really up to you if you want harvest or keep on growing until week 4.

After I month I would dump the water and change it. It’s really up to you if you want to flower them to have more seeds to grow another cycle.

So far I love the aerogarden harvest.

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CPU Overheating? How to tell and How to fix it

I am going to show you how to lower the temperature of your overheating computer when gaming. First you get a tool to check what temperatures your computer is while gaming or at full load. The software of choice is HWmonitor it’s my favorite software that shows how hot your CPU and GPU is. It takes very little resources.

From there I would run benchmark like Fortnite because that game uses a lot of system resources.

What is the Ideal CPU/GPU temperature while Gaming?

  • 100 Danger
  • 80C Hot (100% Load)
  • 75C Warm
  • 70C Warm (Heavy Load)
  • 60C Norm
  • 50C Norm (Medium Load)
  • 40C Norm
  • 30C Cool (Idle)

Things you can do

  • Clean your computer case // Use canned air to blow out the dust
  • Repaste your CPU and GPU with better thermal paste
  • Change your power options settings


Next click > Change advanced Settings

Minimum processor state: 5% // CPU usage when idle keep at 5% you don’t need more than that
System cooling Policy: Active
Maximum processor state: 95% // This will underclock your cpu by 5% decrease in performance

If all of this doesn’t help you reduce the temperature of your CPU/GPU consider getting different forms of cooling. Albeit better heatsink or A/C for your home. You can open the side case of your computer case and have a huge fan blow cool air into it. I know not everyone has the luxury of A/C.

For thermal paste I recommend Artic MX 4

ARCTIC MX-4 Thermal Compound Paste, Carbon Based High Performance, Heatsink  Paste, Thermal Compound CPU for All Coolers


Note: Must Have Nvidia Graphics Card

Install MSI Afterburner and increase the fan curve.

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Super Mario Odyssey (Nintendo Switch) Review

So far I like the game a lot. It’s really fun. It’s mixture of 3d and side strollers. It’s basically mario 64 on steroids. It’s pretty fun and I highly recommend it. The controls are fairly simple and the levels are fairly simple. My only caveat is that the controls are okay. The only thing I don’t like is the camera. It could be a bit tricky to figure out, but youtube has the entire 6 hour walk-through you can watch on how to beat certain levels.

Is it recommended buy? Yes, because it’s fun entertaining. Plus I really like how the levels play. Plus I’m huge fan of mario games. This is probably my first mario 3D game I played. I prefer the jump and coin grabbing side strollers like mega man.

I have yet to beat mega man because mega man is tough game. Mario 3D I’m 3 worlds and it’s one my most favorite games.

The main thing is mario is using a cap and the cap con possess bullets. Plus you can become the monsters to solve various puzzles and levels. The bosses are fair strait forward. Hit them with the cap. Possess the monsters and break things.