This is something every bloggers didn’t expect writing… ever.
First gardening article post pandemic and obviously isolated at home, I’m looking forward on this upcoming gardening season with a bitter sweet taste. Now more than ever, I’m extremely happy and grateful to be able to garden. Playing in dirt and watching plants grow while collecting delicious produces to make recipes with will make this social distancing easier to cope with.
The sounds of the birds are getting louder and louder every day which announce the sweet beginning of Spring. Most often then not, the balcony door is wide open. Spring is a season I’m always looking forward to because it means that I’ll be gaining some extra square feet in my apartment, as half the jungle will most likely be moved outdoor. Moving everyone around will also mean extra square feet to start new seeds for the fall, winter and year round jungle. Overall it’s an exciting season for it’s new beginning. It gives us a false sense of new and often gives me a boost to start implementing new habits…. like blogging more XD
So, after over a month of quarantine, I don’t know about you but, anxiety is rising a bit. Luckily, not enough to render my will power to do things absolutely useless 100% of the time but high enough that some days I drink tea, watch the jungle growing and do something creative but nothing more. Talking about this feels like I’m complaining for still having a job but that’s not it. These times are weird for everyone and I often feel a weird feeling of obligation and failure realizing that I’m just aren’t as productive as I wished.
This is why making art has been a sanity saver and it’s making me jump from cooking to painting during the work week to balance the rush of emotions.
Lucky for this blog, it only means more content.