So far I’ve grown two new plants from clippings (devil’s ivy) and bought two plants which are said to be very good for growing from clippings (spider plant and English ivy). Am going to see how many I can grow from clippings.
flourishes's Life List
1. host an afternoon tea party
2. dive the great barrier reef
3. go to australia
4. Do 15 push ups
5. see the midnight sun
6. Run more races
7. Become a lawyer
8. meditate10 minutes most days
9. get an e-reader
10. start to invest
11. learn how to poach an egg
12. Do strength training 3 times a week
For the first 6-7 weeks, I’m doing a 25-minute program designed by a local trainer for people who really don’t have much time to work out. This is perfect because I’m working over 60-hours a week right now. The program only requires a mat and a couple of dumb bells, and it relies heavily on body weight isometrics (squats, lunges, planks, push ups, etc.) I can do it almost anywhere.
I’ve made sure I have workout clothes at my boyfriend’s and at my gym as well as at home, so I can do it with very little advance planning.
The program is 6 weeks long. I’m not sure what I’ll do next. Would love suggestions!
This week, I managed to fit in 4 workouts. Feels great!
I’m going to try to grow mine from clippings instead of buying them. I’ve heard that spider plants and one particularly common kind of vine (can’t remember the name) are especially good for this.
I’m also going to get white plant pots from Ikea – they are super cheap!