When Quarantine Has You Feeling Blue Add Some Green

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I’m sure you know this, but It is the start of August, and lockdown is still underway for most of us.

The new normal feels strange. That is if you’re still stuck at home in quarantine with no end in sight. It feels as though the beginning of the year was another lifetime ago and that your immediate surroundings are the only place you have ever known. On the other hand, this could be the first time you’ve ever slowed down and finally had the chance to look around at your surroundings.

Like it or not, the world has come to a halt, and after everything that has gone on in the last several months, I can’t believe I’m going to stop and talk to you guys about plants.

Creating a pleasant environment to live in a while in a not so friendly world can help with unease and anxiety as the months continue. Gardening has helped me so, I hope that others get something out of it too.

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The Lost Art of Writing by Hand

Hear me out. Maybe, you should pick up a pen and leave your laptop on the charger for a day. It’s time to imagine you are some fancy writer from the 1800s with an endless amount of free time and a storybook life. I know, it’s simple to just pick up a pen that the majority of us don’t even think about it. Writing by hand is a habit that’s worth picking up again.

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Catching Time: Chapter 14

In the passenger seat as the rain trickled down, Sierra had forgotten when and where Avery had come from, she looked so ordinary in this moment. Everything felt right but nothing about this situation was actually right. There was something shimmering under the surface of Sierra’s subconscious but what could it be? Find out in the next chapter of Catching Time!

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