How to Grow Lemons At Home And Never Buy Them Again

In general, people who eat fruits as part of an overall healthy diet have a lower risk of chronic diseases. Fruits are rich in numerous nutrients, such as fiber, vitamin C, folate, and potassium.

Citrus fruits are the favorites of many. Their taste is usually a combination of sweet, sour, and bitter, which makes them a fantastic refreshment and a great addition to numerous recipes.

Yet, they are also highly beneficial for us, as they are a rich of vitamins, magnesium, potassium, calcium, and phosphorus. Citrus fruits offer numerous health benefits, so it would be invaluable to have them at hand all the time.

This is why we decided to teach you how to grow a lemon tree from seed and have an endless supply of these fruits at home.  In this way, you will be able to enjoy high-quality fruits with fresh flavor, more nutrients, and free of chemicals.

The Safe House by Sandra Nicole Roldan

From the street, it is just one box among many. Beneath red clay roof tiles baking uniformly in the sweltering noon, the building’s grey concrete face stares out impassively in straight lines and angles. Its walls are high and wide, as good walls should be. A four-storey building, with four units to a floor. At dusk, the square glass windows glitter like the compound eyes of insects, revealing little of what happens inside. There is not much else to see.

And so this house is in every way identical to the thirty-odd other buildings nestled within the gates of this complex. It is the First Lady’s pride and joy, a housing project designed for a genteel middle-class living. There is a clubhouse, a swimming pool, a tennis court. A few residents drive luxury cars. People walk purebred dogs in the morning. Trees shade the narrow paths and the flowering hedges that border each building give the neighborhood a hushed, cozy feel. It is easy to get lost there.

Wutopia inserts inverted triangular lightwell into book shop

Wutopia inserts inverted triangular lightwell into book shop

Architecture studio Wutopia Lab has renovated the Hubei Foreign Language Bookstore in Wuhan, China, inserting a shard-like glass lightwell that pierces through six stories.

The shape of this lightwell is mirrored on the bookshop‘s exterior by a facade of triangular-shaped aluminium plates.

How to Get Your House Ready to Sell While Social Distancing

How to Get Your House Ready to Sell While Social Distancing

Trees and flowers are beginning to bloom, birds are jubilant with song, and you’ve noticed these things only because you’re most likely sitting at home in isolation. If you were thinking about selling your home before this whole coronavirus (COVID-19) scare happened, luckily, you still can. In fact, the current state of the US housing market shows that homebuyers still want to buy houses. They are simply shifting to a more virtual homebuying experience, including live video-chat tours. So, even if you’re feeling kind of isolated from the rest of the world, now is at least a great time to get your house ready to sell by doing these simple things.