Do you have any Spring projects?

@snowy22315 (45628)
United States
March 29, 2016 2:29pm CST
I am trying to get my exterior spiffed up so I can possibly put my house on the market. It is not going too well. There is just so much work to do! and most things cost money, plus some days the weather is good and other days it is raining or not fit to work outside. Sigh!
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@sharon6345 (121934)
• United States
29 Mar 16
Nothing that major I can promise. Just cleaning up my room is all.
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@Bella128 (2480)
• United States
29 Mar 16
I usually get rid of a ton of stuff during Spring. It's a great time to clean everything out.
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@marlina (72804)
• Canada
29 Mar 16
Yes, Spring time is a good time to pare down.
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@snowy22315 (45628)
• United States
29 Mar 16
It is, I agree
• United States
30 Mar 16
the hubs autumn projects've turned into spring projects. he fails to see the need to put golfin' to the back burner 'n tend schtuff when the weathers ripe fer the pickin'.
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@Corbin5 (103305)
• United States
29 Mar 16
Spring does bring on more jobs to do. We have sold three houses, and the last one we sold required so much updating. Not easy to do and a pain, but so glad we finally sold that bigger house. Good luck with your exterior work.
@snowy22315 (45628)
• United States
29 Mar 16
Thanks...it is going as slow as molasses, and I am not pleased witht he progress. However, I am going to rent a pressure washer next week.
@skysnap (17819)
29 Mar 16
I think increasng money from other websites is my goal for now. I may do more if need arises.
@yukimori (9040)
• United States
29 Mar 16
Sounds like quite a task! I find that breaking projects down into individual steps helps a lot. For example, my big upcoming project is going to be to start a container garden. So my first step is going to be to get the containers (some nice large pots I saw at Home Depot) and all the things I need to fill them. Once I do that, I'll take my older daughter over to the store with me and she'll help me pick out some of the vegetables we'll be planting. After that, we'll split the tasks of taking care of the plants--she loves watering, so I'll probably let her do most of that. It's kind of like that saying about eating an elephant--you start with a single bite and keep taking more bites one at a time until the job is done.
@DWDavis (10773)
• Pikeville, North Carolina
29 Mar 16
We have one spring project left to tackle, our flower beds in front of the house. My wife wants to remove all the old mulch and replace it.