Getting projects done and setting new goals.
It sure has been a chilly, rainy spring here where I am. I’ve been told that Cape Cod is like this in the spring but I’ve never lived here full time. I’ve come down often during the spring months, for many years, but remember it a bit warmer. Oh well I’ve been trying to make these rainy days as productive as possible. We’ve been working on lots of inside projects and I’ve been doing tons of research on a project I’ll be sharing with you in the near future. I’m really excited about it. I hope you will be too!
How has your springtime been where you are? Are you out gardening yet? I haven’t been able to really plant much other than some native shrubs and perennials I purchased from our local cooperative extension service. I can’t wait to see just what they will look like a year from now. Your local cooperative extension service is a great place to call and see if they are having a plant sale each spring. The plants are so healthy and strong. Even if they are very small they grow fast. And the prices are usually very affordable.
Setting new goals to dive into.
Spring can be a great time of year to set a few new goals for yourself. Taking a walk down a old dirt road or in an open field it really doesn’t matter. It feels so good to get outside and enjoy nature. Breathing in the scents and looking at the beauty that is around you will help with clearing your head. Taking the time to think about where you want to be in the next few months is so energizing. Sometimes taking life a few months at a time seems so much more manageable than some of the long term goals we set for ourselves. Goal setting can be something big or something simple. It’s whatever you need it to be.
Do our pets need our help?
The blog has been running smoothly. I’m amazed at how many people are following now and it is so exciting to be able to share what I research with everyone. I have been focusing mostly on how wonderful plants are for our health. I will continue with that but I have decided to share more information about how helpful these plants are for our furry family members. I think they are in need of our help. It is so hard to decide just what is the right way to raise and feed our pets. Just like us “we are what we eat”, they are what they eat also! Everything we put on and into their bodies impacts their lives. There are so many products out there for our pets that it’s hard to know what is safe and what is harmful. I’m not going to tell you that there is a right way or a wrong way to take care of them but I will share with you some helpful information so that you can make educated decisions for yourself.
How I’m hoping to help you
As I continue my research on the health of dogs and cats I will be linking you to many other sites that I trust and follow so that you can find true information with no product advertising attached. You can choose how to use that information to help guide you when taking care of your special furry member of the family. Later this year I hope to have a helpful product to share with you. Stay tuned for more details on that.