Simple gardening CC for The Sims 4 to save you hours

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If you were not gifted with the virtue of patience, gardening in real life is probably not your thing. And so, like with many things that’s not worth bothering with in the real world, you might resort to a virtual alternative in The Sims 4.

While gardening is still far less cumbersome (especially if you use cheats), it can still feel rather time consuming, especially if you are keeping time in Sim hours.

You have to get your Sim to buy a seed packet, open that packet and hope you got what you were looking for, drag the seed into your planter and then plant it. While we appreciate the realism of mimic the process in the real world, Sim life is sometimes too short for real-life levels of gardening.

Absolutely Radishing Garden Planters: Sims 4 CC for avid gardeners

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Absolutely Radishing Cc Ravasheen

You probably guessed what was coming. Yes, it is that ancient Sims proverb: luckily, there is a mod/CC for that.

Created by Ravasheen (also check out their

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Diy Ideas to Transform Your Ceilings and Walls in a Few Hours

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If you’ve been thinking about updating your ceilings, but you don’t know where to start, ceiling tiles are the perfect solution to try. Whether you’re bored and looking for a project that won’t take much of your time, or you’re looking for ideas to completely transform your living space, ceiling tiles can help you with achieving any look that you desire. Here are just some of the things you can do:

Create a “ceiling accent cloud”

You can take faux tin ceiling tiles and apply them to a ceiling cloud, which is usually mounted above the kitchen island and serves as a focus point for the entire room. It’s basically a slightly lowered portion of the ceiling decorated usually with ceiling tiles and trimming. You can either hang light fixtures on it, hang your pots and pans, or just leave it as is. Use tin tiles to give the cloud a bolder look and elevate the look of your kitchen.

Opt for a coffered ceiling

Coffered ceilings, whether low or deep, provide architectural emphasis

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