Turning Homeschooling Into Home Equity with My Kids
Those living in a place they don’t own might feel this can’t apply to them. But there are smaller options, such as creating a colorful scene through planting a variety of flowers in various sized containers. Or you can start a vegetable garden in flower pots in lieu of a raised bed. You might line the back patio with tiki torches.
There’s a vastly increased ability to order what you need and have curbside pickup or delivery these days. There may even be a chance to re-purpose materials you already have, such as using that old pile of flagstones or bricks for a small side patio; or splitting some plants to have free shrubs; or transplanting some ground cover or flowers that have been spreading. The mental challenge of reusing materials can be interesting, budget-friendly, and safe.
Again, the project can work within any constraints you have. But the many aspects of completing it will pay visual dividends for your space and invisible ones for you.
Since your households may include different combinations and ages of people, and may be houses or apartments, we’re listing safe and low-cost ideas that can be broadly applicable, even if a little Yankee ingenuity is needed to tweak something to best fit your circumstance.