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Are you happier around plants or nature?

Did you know that caring for plants can be a form of self care?  Do you find your moods lift around nature?  Tell us what you experience.

 

Article on AARP Sisters:  https://www.sistersletter.com/me-time/caring-for-plants-can-be-a-form-of-self-care

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I prefer nature. That's because I've been responsible for the horrible, long drawn out deaths of many houseplants and it makes me sad to admit so. But I have never yet, even once, been single handedly responsible for an entire forest to cease to exist. Not at all. I'm pretty confident in my abilities to keep most any forest thriving and lasting for the enjoyment of all. I do appreciate thise who have green enough thumbs to help plants thrive. Some of their efforts produce amazing plants and flowers. But me, I like to walk in the woods. That's my happy place.

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