Make Room for a Plant

Hello everyone!

How are ya? I hope you all have been going along fine since we’ve last chatted. This week’s blog features plants and stress. So, if you’re stressed (cause lately I’ve been), you’ll receive some alleviating tips today!

Believe it or not, there is some truth to when people tell you that people who spend time outdoors are happier people. Nature has a positive effect on our brains. For example, the sun gives us Vitamin D from the direct sunlight.

If you find yourself without time to incorporate some time outside in your daily routine, try bring nature to your space.

Plan to Have a Plant

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Plants have magic: they are stress-relievers! Whether you work at a desk or at an office, a plant makes the perfect touch to enhance the look of your space, but also will help alleviate stress.

Plants are living creatures. They are different from humans, however, where they do not speak, talk, or require much more than scare attention: water and possibly some sunlight.

Having a small plant in a room will provide cleaner air. Plants absorb toxins into their tissues and release them as harmless by-products.

Plants are known to increase your happiness. It has been discovered that touching soft and smooth plants will make you feel calmer.

Learn to Love Your Plant.

Your plant does a lot for you by just sitting at your desk. There’s a lot to love in a living creature that only lives to beautify spaces, and also

Dr. Richard Carlson, author of “Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff.. and it’s all small stuff,” mentions the benefits of learning to care and love a plant. He says that practicing how to nurture and love a plant will likely make you increase your kindness and love to other living things.

Where Do I Find a Plant?

Chances are, you might already have a plant lingering around in your home or apartment. Take that little plant and bring it to wherever you often work in the day.

If not, you can buy a plant at a local farmer’s market, Home Depot, and even the grocery store sometimes sells plants.

If you already have a plant at your office, give it some attention! Make sure to water it appropriately, give it some sunlight (if needed), and smile everyday because you have a plant that works wonders for you, which often go unappreciated.

Lastly, I’m sure you’re thinking… How do I take care of a plant? No worries! Check this link and you’ll be ready to adopt a plant!

Don’t Stress!

Plants are beautiful living things. Let them destress you and remind you of how awesome simple things can be.

If you are struggling with a rough week, don’t sweat it! It will pass by soon, and remembering… you have a beautiful plant who loves you and will continue to spread positivity to your environment no matter what.

If you haven’t subscribed to this blog, do so now! (See the right bar on talkbyvictoria.com). Check this blog out on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest. Share this article with a friend who loves nature!

To spread some positive vibes, I will leave you with an inspiration quote from Winston Churchill:  “My tastes are simple; I am easily satisfied with the best.”

Have a great week and see you soon!

 

 

 

2 thoughts

  1. You were right. I loved this post. Great work…. as always.

    On Wed, Sep 13, 2017 at 6:03 AM, Talk by Victoria wrote:

    > Victoria posted: “Hello everyone! How are ya? I hope you all have been > going along fine since we’ve last chatted. This week’s blog features plants > and stress. So, if you’re stressed (cause lately I’ve been), you’ll receive > some alleviating tips today! Believe it or not, ” >

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