Don’t Put Off Until Tomorrow What You Can Do Today

We can all sometimes be guilty of procrastination. We can often have the very best of intentions to do something ‘tomorrow’. But that ‘tomorrow’ just may not come. In gardening, and in sustainability in general, putting things off can often mean that we fall short, in spite of our best intentions.

I often hear people who have great plans. But those plans simply don’t always come to fruition. Yes, we’re all busy. But make sure that you don’t put off until tomorrow what you can do today.

Remember, small and slow solutions mean that we don’t need to achieve our final goals all at once. By taking things small step by small step, we can improve our lives, enrich our environments, and begin to make our world a better place.

Even something as simple as jotting down a few ideas about our gardens, reading something interesting that helps us build the skills and knowledge we need, or making a list of seeds we’d like to sow in spring can take us in the right direction.

But we all need to make a little time now to live better. And dreaming alone just won’t cut it. So we all need to stop making excuses, stop procrastinating, and actually take pro-active steps to make things happen.

If you’d love to start growing your own but don’t know where to start, get in touch to join my online organic gardening course. Or reach out to other gardeners you know to ask questions, learn, and begin to build.

If you dream of turning your existing garden into something special – reach out to discuss a design. Or spend some time in observation and contemplation, and put pen to paper yourself to work out practical ways to make your dream a reality.

If you really want to make tangible steps in your life to reduce your negative impact and live in a more sustainable and eco-friendly way, don’t hesitate. Take a small step right away to get out of a rut you find yourself in.

Don’t fall into the trap of thinking that you don’t want to be starting from here. Whatever dreams and goals you have – now is a great time to begin.

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