After taking a day to care for yourself (maybe at the spa?), take care of your yard by removing leaves and debris that might have blown in to ensure healthy growth. You look good, and so should your yard! As you keep an eye out for the green to start growing once more, you might notice some areas just aren't as lively as they once were. When the ground compacts, everything has a harder time taking root, and it may be in need of a deep-tissue massage (aerating).
They say the grass is always greener on the other side, but I bet that's because they haven't heard of de-thatching. It's sometimes hard to spot the tight accumulation of organic debris just above the soil, hiding in the grass. Power raking breaks up the thatch and, once removed, your lawn can grow thicker and greener, making you the envy of the neighborhood. Don't forget to fertilize your lawn, either - it's like vitamins for the grass, and you can see the difference. Then buy yourself some chocolate, because why not?
Weeds and spam mail have one thing in common: nobody likes them. Unsubscribe from weeds by investing in pre- and post-emergent care. Less stress for you and your yard! (Keep in mind that with pre- and post-emergent care, different products are designed for different circumstances - make sure you invest in the right stuff.)
Finally, Valentine's Day is fast approaching. Buy or make your loved ones something special for the special occasion, and don't forget it can be as simple as a phone call to remind them what they mean to you. It's important to care for your yard, but it's important to take care of yourself, too.
If you have any questions, or would like any help with your lawn care, feel free to keep us in mind!