52 Proven Strategies That Will Position You to Excel as an Immigrant #34 Gardening




“The greatest fine art of the future will be the making of a comfortable living from a small piece of land.” ― Abraham Lincoln

If gardening makes your quality of life better, then you should garden. This chapter is addressing the need to garden. Moving to the US should not be an impediment to engaging in an enriching activity such as gardening or any other worthwhile endeavor. Writing for CNN, Ann Harding lists the following health benefits and discusses them at length: Stress relief, better mental health, exercise, brain health, and nutrition. According to her, “You don’t need a big backyard or a green thumb to benefit from gardening. If you have very little space or experience, you can start out with just a few houseplants, or you could even try gardening in containers.” In addition, to help with homesickness, gardening will also help you grow some of the vegetables and crops that you were used to eating in your country of origin. Order your resources: https://www.iemapproach.com/books #iemapproach,#iempublishing, #ditawa

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