Feeling a little rundown or weary?
Maybe a little blue and fighting a ton of stress?
Man, the hamster wheel of life just doesn’t seem to quit some days does it?
A tough day at the office with co-workers, or a rough day at home with the kids. Whatever it might be, it really saps your energy for the day and can leave you rundown and conked out in front of the TV at night.
You’re not feeling very fun, right?
If this sounds familiar to you, here’s a pick me up that you may have never thought about.
Get out and work in your garden of wildflowers. Once you get into stride, it can be the perfect antidote to what bugs you.
Working with your wildflowers can help you in three ways:
- Working Outside is Healthy
Push yourself outside and get away from your work or your problems. Even if it’s just for a short time, being outside can do wonders for your frame of mind. When you’re outside, you’re out in nature which has been shown to be beneficial to overall health. You can enjoy the fresh air and sounds of nature. Doesn’t that sound better than a stale office with that noisy telephone or a stuffy home in silence? And you know, this is a great way to get your vitamin D, naturally.
- Get Moving for Great Exercise
Instead of doing your exercise inside the house or at a gym, try outside in the garden. You’ll be bending, stretching and lifting just as if you were in the gym. Just using different tools. Digging, raking and carrying moderate weight garden supplies can all act as a form of exercise. Not only will you be burning off calories but you’ll be burning off your stress.
- Keep the Hands Busy for Perfect Meditation
It’s just relaxing working with plants. The simple act of working with plants is a form of meditation. Keeping your hands busy and mind focused on the activity of caring for your plants allows you to take your mind off of your worries and problems for a time.
Being healthy also means being sharp and focused. Your favorite nootropic like Lumonol can help. By boosting and enhancing the brain it will help increase the enjoyment of your garden. It also helps alleviate stress and anxiety, allowing you to tackle the projects on your plate.