Helping My Grandma Search for the Best Seniors Travel Insurance

Seniors Travel Insurance that Won’t Break Promises for Granny

To start my humble blog today, I would first introduce to you my beloved granny who is already 78 years old but still really able, healthy, and strong! She has always taken care of me since I was a toddler, hence making her a very special woman in my life.

Seniors Travel Insurance that Won’t Break Promises for Granny
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Her name Is Judith, and the best thing about granny is that she has always kept me safe, away from even a single scratch. Now I wish to return the favor by helping her find a great but cheap travel insurance which would make sure she is covered. She deserves to travel around the world or wherever she wants to be and enjoy the rest of her life.

She told me about a not so good experience on her last seniors travel insurance company. It was:


She mentioned that some of the things that were supposed to be covered and even promised by the company didn’t materialize at all. I was kind of sad that she had to experience such thing, not to mention she is already old and I believe when she travels she shouldn’t hassle about all these.

That is why I called a good friend who works in a survey company and asked him to provide me the best travel insurance company that would cater seniors properly. No broken promises this time. He then recommended me one that has the best rating from their survey, which is Aussie Insurance Critic. Without hesitation, I called them and wasn’t disappointed at all.

A lot of you might wonder how my grandma can still travel at her age; well we have the same secret. To eat healthy and organic, we only eat what are free from chemicals. Especially these days that even vegetables that are supposed to be healthy are no longer good for consumption because of the chemical fertilizers used on it. It’s already quite harmful so I would really recommend that you plant it yourself or go to a shop which you’re 100% confident that they grow organic veggies and fruits.

See my grandma has already traveled like around 30 countries, and she told me that every elder she knew that still travels does the same thing. To eat organic and healthy, that’s the only secret why some folks still kicking even at 70.

Nothing harmful in trying, so please do try it and I’m sure you won’t regret it.

Now that I’ve helped granny and she is still waiting for her next adventure, she will be with me for a few days and we will really enjoy planting our own veggies, she is actually one of the reasons why I’m healthy and that’s why I treasure her.

Thanks for reading guys and I hope you enjoyed the introduction about granny.

Examples of Natural Fertilizers (PART 1)

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I know that there are still a lot of people who are not at all too familiar with natural fertilizers, so I will be posting a list of them.

Here are four examples of natural fertilizers and a few descriptions of how they work and when best to use them for your plants.

  1. 1. Fish mixture and hydrolysed fluid fish

Preparing fish or fish by- products with fire or corrosive medicines makes fish emulsion. It is for the most part a really stinky compost, yet it’s a decent source of every one of the following macronutrients—nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium—with a proportion of 5-2-2.

Hydrolysed fluid fish composts are made utilizing catalysts rather than fire or heat. The subsequent product is not rancid and holds more traces of supplements and vitamins. The normal N-P-K proportion for hydrolysed fish composts is 4-2-2.

  1. Compost

Both commercially made manure and hand crafted compost give advantage to the soil by including organic matter, giving nourishment to useful microbial life, expanding the dirt’s water-holding limit and bit by bit discharges plant supplements. Fertilizers made with high measures of manure or biosolids or sewage sludge, may be high in salts and can smolder plants, yet manures made with principally plant build-ups don’t contain high salt content. Typical N-P-K proportion for fertilizer is 2-1-1, however its definite nutritious substance relies on numerous variables. Compost that possesses a scent reminiscent of ammonia can mean they have not fully decomposed yet, and should be allowed to fully break down before using on plants to avoid damaging the plants. Compost are well known to have numerous micronutrients crucial for plant development.

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    Bone meal

A by-product of butchering facilities, bone meal is made through the steam handling and pummeling of animal bones. Bone meal is a great high-phosphorus fertilizer with a normal N-P-K proportion of 3-15-0. The phosphorous in bone takes a couple of months to become accessible to plants through microbial processes in the dirt. It additionally contains calcium, another key plant supplement. Phosphorous is most accessible in soil with pH somewhere around 6.0 and 7.0, so make certain to test and alter soil pH if needed.

  1. Manure

The supplement substance of manure is subject to numerous components, including its age, source and the vicinity of bedding materials. Because of potential pathogen exposure, crude manure ought to be avoided. Manure should at least be 180 days old or fully decomposed before adding it to growing plants. Manure is known as a great source of plenty of trace nutrients that makes plants grow healthily.

Most cattle and steed manure have a normal N-P-K proportion of 1-0.5-0.5 while poultry composts have a tendency to be better high-nitrogen manures (3-1-1). The supplements in manure are not quickly accessible to plants and can take up to quite a while to be discharged by soil organisms. When all is said in done, about a large portion of the aggregate nitrogen is accessible the first year, with the rest gradually discharged throughout the entire growing process of the plant.