Monthly Archives: June 2012

Episode-105- Dehydrate Food For Savings, Storage And Use

Tony Teolis/ June 30, 2012/ Gardens, Preparedness/ 0 comments

Just some of the food you can dehydrate with the Nesco American Harvest Snack Master Dehydrator.              Currently there are more herbs than can be stored in the refrigerator and used before spoiling. There’s a rich bounty of basil, chives, cilantro, oregano, parsley, rosemary, sage and thyme. All are growing faster that we can use them.

Episode-104- Physics Of The Future – Book Review

Tony Teolis/ June 22, 2012/ Preparedness/ 0 comments

What I learned from Physics Of The Future The 4 stages of technology that major innovations go through as they

Episode-103- Lawn Care For Dead Patch With Hugelkultur Swales

Tony Teolis/ June 20, 2012/ Gardens/ 0 comments

This is how I repaired a long term dead patch of lawn with swales built hugelkulutr style. New Growth in just 3 weeks! This used to be an unsightly ugly dead patch of nothing. Everything green now used to be just plain old dead dirt. The right soil mix, the right seeds, hugelkultur and the right amount of

Episode-101- Top Ten Websites For Making A Better Life Part 2

Tony Teolis/ June 13, 2012/ Preparedness/ 0 comments

Episode-100- Ten Best Websites For Making a Better Life – Part 1  (10-6) #5. Permies.com  managed by Paul Wheaton of Missoula, Montana and is now the largest permaculture site on the internet! Permies.com is great because

Episode-100- Ten Best Websites For Making a Better Life Part 1

Tony Teolis/ June 11, 2012/ Preparedness/ 0 comments

For this episode 100 I wanted to do something special and I couldn’t think of any better way than to recognize the websites that have helped me create ToDoListHome.com because they have influenced me on how to live a better life. #10 TED.com  TED is a nonprofit devoted to

Episode-99- Inspect Honey Bee Hive A 5-12-12

Tony Teolis/ June 6, 2012/ Honey Bees/ 0 comments

The video for this episode depicts an inspection I did last month of Hive-A which was installed in April 2011. This hive has been doing well and is full of bees. So full in fact that I don’t see any evidence of a swarm occurrence.  I checkerboard the hive in March 2012 and I think

Episode-98- Grow Strawberries And Make Strawberry Jam

Tony Teolis/ June 4, 2012/ Gardens/ 0 comments

           Since it is spring /early summer in northern Virginia a lot of the episodes have been of the permaculture gardening flavor but I assure you that it is all for making a better life. In this kind of weather I want to be outside as much as possible. During the days Monday to Friday I

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