Getting ourselves back to the garden
Spending time in your back garden is a great way to relieve stress in these pandemic times. Here’s how to spruce up your personal haven
As our lives have changed pace over the last year, we’ve been spending more and more time outdoors. And while we still have a little coronavirus-induced rage, being in our gardens has definitely lowered our stress and anxiety levels.
Our travel plans may have been scuppered, but that doesn’t mean we can’t holiday at home -- so what better time to spruce things up a bit?
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