Five minutes with Seema Singh, Wellington on ‘What’s good for you right now?’
From the last one-year my husband and I have been working on reducing the amount of material things we buy. This process has allowed us to think twice, maybe thrice before we buy anything for our house; we have started to say ‘NO’ to a lot of things and this experience has been so rewarding for us. We have started thinking long-term, lightened our carbon footprints, learnt to share and care for people and nature even more. I personally feel that fewer things in the house make life less stressed and we are happier.
This year we are planning to make small permanent plots for growing vegetables, having enjoyed the fruits of our harvest in the past years. Recently, we have bought some organic gardening books, which will be the inspiration behind the garden plots that we hope to create before the next winter. I would love to know more from the organic gardeners about how I can keep weeds out in a more sustainable way. Any tips are welcome … Can’t wait for this project to happen.
If I were to promote something on Happyzine it would be ‘Be realistic; take your share and leave the rest for others’.
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