The Shared Gains of Gardening and Furniture Furnishing

Scholarship Entrant: Trang from Barksdale AFB, LA
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
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I love gardening and transforming furnitures. The investment of the mind and time are rewarded with beautiful works of art that is functional and delicious food for a healthy body. Currently, my leafy greens are placed in sturdy containers where they are happy and healthy, but do not produce plump, juicy edibles; nor are my basic furniture tools capable of accomplishing intricate designs. To receive an stable income, I must meet the expectations of customers. Preparations for crunchy greens and succulent fruits start with sufficient space for plant growth; organic bug repellents, fertilizer, compost, and rain water are best; free sunlight are welcomed; and of course, the study of weather. As for home projects, advanced tools and better ventilations in the garage are all that I need by far. My work will be recorded for tutorials in forms of blogs and videos. Others can learn to grow their own tasty crops using the most natural resources found in their surroundings which helps financially and environmentally. Weekly or end of season’s harvest will be sold at a local farmer’s market along with free information to home grown produce. Finished home items can be searched through online tools such as social media websites, Craigslist, eBay, or a well advertised yard sale (again, information to tutorials included). Not only do I earn a living doing what I love, but I am able to teach others to save by growing and creating items for their beautiful homes.

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