For some, it's a relief, for others a disappointment, but summer will soon be over. Whether you're looking forward to the crisp fall air or not, there's one thing you should remember to do as summer fades away. Taking good care of your lawn isn't just a summer job. In fact, late summer and early fall are perfect times to spruce up your lawn and get it looking good for the latter half of the year.
In the modern world, free time is a rare commodity. Everyone is always in a rush, constantly worrying that there just aren’t enough hours in the day to complete all the tasks they need to get through. We all know the importance of a positive work-life balance and the ability to engage with self-care in our free time, but our working lives and home and garden chores tend to demand more of our time than we’d prefer to give away.