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How to Composte in the City

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Guest Blog by Nikki Ott, one of our work exchange guests This week we got our composter back up and running at the Jersey City Bnb. For those of you unfamiliar with composting, it’s an incredibly easy way to turn waste into useful fertilizer to use in organic gardening. The original way to compost was to reserve a specific place in a backyard to discard of food scraps, sometimes as simple as an undefined pile and sometimes a barrel or boxed area. Composting in the past took months to years for the food to break down to create organic fertilizer, … Read More

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Basement Discoveries – High School in Two Minutes

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As I mentioned in my last post, lately I’ve been focusing on organization. When I took a trip to Hoboken a couple weeks ago to clean up our storage unit, I found a torn up bag filled with the old Hi8 video tapes that I had recorded in high school. Over the last two weeks I’ve slowly been digitizing them so that, in 50 years when I want to recall how I spent my youth, I will have video records to share with the world.