Folks, it looks like we may need to prepare to physically distance ourselves from one another for longer than first anticipated. For a goat like me, that’s not a problem. I’m a loner. I have no issue staying more than six feet away from people and other goats. Then again, I also have no problem headbutting anyone who annoys me… so maybe I’m not the best example to follow in that department. 

Seems like everyone I talk to these days has found unique ways to meet their needs while staying home. The workarounds others have shared are quite inventive. For example, I’ve been astounded at how many goat yoga classes I can take online now. Seems like it’s really taken off as an actual thing all over the country! I say it’s about time, but I’m also partial to the practice. Naturally, I was an early adopter.

I’ve also found that social distancing can really bring people together. Even I have to admit these days I’ve probably seen more of my childhood tribe on video chats than ever before. The best part is, when I’m done listening to them BAAAAAA about the same old topics, I just say goodbye and hang up. Heh, I love that part. 

Upgrade your outdoor space

Another strange occurrence happens when you stay home: you start to notice a lot of little things around the house that need fixing or otherwise annoy you. As many home improvement stores have reported, people are finally getting to those honey-do lists and making overdue repairs and upgrades. Spending time in the same location also raises standards of cleanliness. I, for one, have had the missus on my case more about washing my hooves before coming inside. 

Warm weather also brings us out into our yard, making it an extension of our living room. I know some people who are literally sitting around watching the grass grow. They’re so lucky.

For anyone as particular as me about the quality of their grass, it’s not unreasonable to want your lawn to always have that freshly mown look. That will likely mean trimming it multiple times a week. I guess you could say that’s excessive if you’re pushing around or riding a traditional lawn mower. Actually, I’m not even sure you could get a lawn mowing service to come by for those extra trips. If so, they would happily charge you an arm and a leg. 

That “freshly-mowed look” 24/7

Getting that lovely carpet of green grass doesn’t have to be expensive or time-consuming. Using the GizMow Automower® system is the best solution for lawn perfection. Not only will it save you time, effort, and cost, it is also much better for the environment and the health of your lawn.

You can schedule mows as often you’d like, programming the robotic mower to trim to your desired length. Those miniscule grass clippings then go back into your yard to serve as fertilizer, negating the need for chemicals or bagging. No need to run out for more gasoline either with their electronic charging stations. You can even program the quiet robot to mow while you sleep, maximizing the time your family can enjoy in the yard. 

You, too, can #getmowoutoflife. Visit our Get Started page to learn more or call 314-7-GIZMOW.

Now… get back to work on that honey-do list. 

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