I have always had a tough time keeping track of my seeds. In the springtime, packets are often lying here and there, leaving me scratching my head and feeling very confused and disorganized. ls this packet from this year or last? I thought I bought cuke seeds, where the heck are they? Oh crap! I found the cuke seeds but now it's September! See the problem, here?
At its extreme, clutter can be diagnosable for its compulsive, addictive and life-interfering consequences. I'm sure you've seen the Dateline specials. On an everyday basis, clutter is a serious challenge for even the average person. I've become a lot better at it out of necessity. With my new system of seed organization, I anticipate that both my garden and my mind will be much more pleasant and productive places to hang out.
My name is Cherie and I live in Southern Maine with my husband and two young children. I have a Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology and still have about 10k in remaining student loans to prove it. I left the field of practice three years ago, so this is not the place to be posting any suicide notes, okay? But if you want to hear about my garden and my gremlins, my pests and my problems, well then you just sit right down and read on!