Thoughtful Moments

Keep a notepad by your bed. If your to-do list keeps you up at night, jotting down those thoughts in a notebook on your nightstand. Getting your worries out of your brain can quite literally put your mind at rest, allowing you to drift off to sleep.

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 Tea time! 

Peppermint tea: Health benefits, how much to drink, and side effects

Drinking tea, whether it’s black, green, or herbal, may provide a plethora of health benefits, and can definitely become part of a self-care ritual. Drink it in the evening as part of a bedtime routine to help you wind down and relax for better sleep — so long as it’s decaf.

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Keep Produce at Eye Level

Vegetables happen to be one food group that virtually every health expert agrees is beneficial for heart and digestive health. Store whatever produce you have on hand at eye level in the fridge or on the counter in order to keep it top-of-mind whenever you’re looking for a snack. 

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Hydrated Plants

“Put ice cubes in hanging plants for drip-free, full soak watering, since hanging containers go bone-dry overnight in summer.”

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Gardening Notes

Keeping a garden diary that documents the trial-and-error process is key to ensuring future improvement. Make note of the crops that were duds (and how they met their demise!), pest issues, and other side notes, like the time of day when the sun is most intense. “You think you will remember, but you will not,” “The previous season’s notes will jog all sorts of memories and inspire good ideas so you can grow on your successes each season.”

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