Hard on the body but Good for the Soul
This weekend I unplugged from all things tech and spent the weekend outdoors tending to my vegetable gardens. I had built some raised garden beds last year plus made an enclosed garden space that were in desperate need of weeding. I find that gardening is incredibly helpful, but I know that some people don’t have the space outside to do it. There are a few solutions that you could do though for this. For example, you could easily start gardening inside if you wanted. You could check out something like 420proguide.com/best-led-grow-lights to help you out, or you could see if there are any community gardening centres that you could go to instead. It’s up to you. For two whole days I did nothing but pull weeds and turn over soil. I loved every minute of it but I will be paying for it later. Gardening is hell on the body but great for the soul. It is important when you garden to know your limits and not go beyond them. If there is a major task like tree removal that needs doing then it is important that you don’t push yourself too far and just get professionals like Treequote.com to do it for you. That being said I know my limits and it’s my zen time. My time to relax and let my mind unwind. Lots of gardeners are looking into purchasing bucket heaters to store chemicals for their plants. I’ve always wondered how bucket heating works, it’s simple really, check Powerblanet for more information and begin discovering in the inner-workings.