Prove It: Measuring eLearning Success

I planted a garden again this spring, blessed with help to clear the weeds from my veggie patch and turn the soil. We selected varieties of plants that would be low maintenance (for a solopreneur mother of four) and lovingly welcomed them to grow. I’ve got yellow pear tomatoes and sugar sweet grape tomatoes in there. Japanese eggplant alongside yellow summer squash and zucchini. I’ve got crazy cucumbers that make funny shapes as they grow. A variety of peppers for grilling, pasta sauce, and snacking. And a fall squash to round out the season with a savory finish.

Given the amount of travel I do and the amount of weed pulling I don’t do, I have pretty mild expectations for my garden. The hobby-home-grown food I produce will be a nice addition to our dinner table, but if I were really intending on cutting my grocery bill, I’d need to get serious. I’d need a strategy and a way to measure results.

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