New Year's Resolution
Stop and Smell the Flowers
Many people around January decide they want to change some part of their life to better their life. This year, why not try to stop to smell the flowers as part of you New Year's resolution. To stop and smell the flowers means to slow down, stop stressing out, and enjoy your life. That is a great way to improve your life. But did you know that actually smelling the flowers and being around plants can clinically help you unwind and become more relaxed both at home and work?
Flowers have always been a powerful influence on human health and happiness. Flowers and plants can add a spark of colour to a room and bring it to life. Flowers also have a long-term positive effect on moods. Specifically, study participants reported feeling less depressed, anxious and agitated after receiving flowers, and demonstrated a higher sense of enjoyment and life satisfaction when flowers were present. Wouldn't it be great to give or receive a bouquet knowing that not only are the flowers gorgeous, but they are also providing a health benefit?
Plants within the house and the work space have also been known to stop headaches. Plants have the ability to do so by filtering particles from the air, thus providing cleaner air for you to breath. So why not enjoy yourself and literally stop to smell the flowers. Your mind and body will feel less stressed, and allow you to enjoy yourself, in whatever you are doing.New Year's Resolution: I will always have plants in the office and the bedroom. I will enjoy taking care of the plants and flowers and learn how to slow down and enjoy myself.