Break the monotony: Are you tired of your daily routine and want to break the monotony before you become something akin to a clockwork?
It is good to once in a while get out of your comfort zone, try things that you haven’t tried yet (be safety conscious though), tick off items in your bucket list by actually making these come true and seek joy where it is usually not found.
These little pockets of adventures will add fuel to your monotonous existence and will make you look forward to the next one.
Peach roses from my aunt’s garden. Personally, the color orange is not a color I am particularly fond of, especially in man-made things like shirts and chairs. But blooms in lighter orange shades like peach and coral are some favorites.
The earth gives and we take away. Have we done anything to give back to the one that gives it all and until there’s no more? Have you plundered more than you’ll ever need because you want to have a lot of money in your pockets, more food than you can eat, more bags and shoes than you can ever use, burn a lot of carbon foorprints and leave nothing to those who toil the earth so you can enrich yourself?
Once upon a time, I tried to have a flower garden. We had flower plants with blooms and orchids. The orchids were full grown ones given to me as gift by a mom of a student. Talk about free flower delivery 🙂
Alas, I did not have enough green thumb skills to keep these alive and thriving.
I found my green thumb though, when I discovered I can grow herbs and even “harvested” calamansi last year. This is much better, according to my husband 😉