My weekend is stuffed full of various chores both indoors and outside.
The walls, ceilings, fans, and air vents and grates need to be dusted at least once a week because I live in a harsh and dusty environment.
Since we’re in the midst of rainy season, the lawn needs to be cut weekly to avoid getting tickets from the city. I learned this the most difficult way possible when I was twenty and still living with a bunch of friends in a apartment that was walking distance away from the downtown area. It was a fantastic location for us because we could really get together, but we gained a lot of complaints all of the time from neighbors and locals that would drive through the section of our street. After the fourth lawn ticket, I resolved to make sure it was consistently cut, even if I had to cut it myself. Now that I live alone, there’s no 1 else to keep the lawn cut besides me, so it was good practice years ago. However, perhaps the most important outdoor chore I need to do this week is installing a new fence around my marijuana garden. My cannabis plants attract deer and other wildlife from all over. The deer appreciate to eat the premature cannabis flowers and buds before the flowers even get a chance to fully bloom. That’s why it’s so important to have a sturdy fence around your marijuana plants if you choose to grow some of your own. I’m not as wonderful with pot as the growers who work for my local cannabis dispensary, but at least I can grow supplemental weed so I’m not reliant on the expensive stuff from the dispensary.