i have described myself as “romantic” about having a garden. not “a romantic” but “romantic” which to me means that i love the idea but not the work, bugs or weeds. sigh. i’m not known for a green thumb.
the little cottage that we’ve moved into came with a couple of small gardens containing lilies, roses, red-hot fire pokers and something i haven’t identified as yet. although i’ve never had much success growing things, i find my heart responds to the beauty of the flowers in my little gardens.
flowers have appositive effect on our well being and can even alleviate feelings of anxiety and depression.
how does alleviating a little anxiety or negative emotions and bringing a lift to your day sound?
flowers are a great way to express and enjoy a diverse range of emotions.
i can’t send all of you flowers but i thought i’d share a little virtual bouquet with you today…
one of the simplest ways to improve emotional health and wellbeing – flower. besides exercise and other personal lifestyle changes as stress relief, one can use flowers as a way to feel better and more relaxed.
flowers trigger uplifting emotions and enhance good feelings such as life satisfaction.
most people position their floral arrangements in highly visible places such as the living and dining rooms, and in hallways and entrance halls. meaning, flowers are placed in areas that say, “visitors are welcome.”
there’s no two ways about it, there’s no reason why we should let stress get the better of us. surround yourself and your loved ones with flowers, and see the difference for yourself.