There is nothing worse than being bogged down by stress. It effects your mood, your health, and your energy. Stress is something that a lot of people are effected by so if you're feeling it, just know that you are not alone.
There are great ways to find relaxation and destress throughout your day and we're going to share the 3 easiest and fastest ways.
Take advantage of utilizing these ideas throughout your day and you'll notice a decrease in your stress.
"No green thumb, no problem" - is the motto that I live by. When I started my house plant journey, I can not tell you how many plants that I, to politely put it, murdered. At one point, my husband accused me of being the president of the Dead Plants Society. He thinks he's funny. Alright, he's a little funny. Little did we know that I, Lauren "why are all my plants dead?" Ferrell, would rise from the ashes to make the inside of my home an amazing urban jungle.
Starting out, I popped on Pinterest, like many of us do, and found a suggestion list of a few plants that bloggers guaranteed to me that I could not kill. Guess what - I killed my way through about 4 of those other blogger's lists before I finally spoke to someone at a plant nursery. So if this list doesn't work for you, chances are it's because the lighting and quality of my surroundings, are different than yours. When you're picking out your house plants - consider the light you need, the moisture you need, and your general lifestyle. I don't have a ton of natural light inside of my house, I am a mom on the go so I needed plants that I could basically forget I owned for a few days at a time, and I live in Arizona. It's super dry - all the time (Surprisingly though - I killed quite a few succulents despite having great conditions for them). If this list isn't your list- it's all good, a nursery plant expert will help you. Believe that.
Lots of ideas to help get you started on a practicing self care. Remember that it's about practicing whateverYOU need, whether that be physically, mentally, or emotionally. If practicing self care starts to feel like an obligation and less of a relief, it may be time to try a different method. The more you practice and make time for yourself, the less burn out days you'll experience.