It’s not about just planting a seed in the soil but you have to plant in the right soil.
We often hear people say you have to plant the seeds today to reap the harvest in the future. Tony Robbins often talks about seasons of life and you plant in the Spring to reap the harvest in the fall, and that is true for every season of our life.
But what happens when you are not planting your seeds in the right soil? What if you plant your seeds in soil that won’t allow for maximum growth. Where I live the soil is not great, it is kind of rocky and doesn’t really allow for great growth of flowers and vegetables I like to grow.
Over the years my husband has built some raised beds for us to allow us to change the soil environment with which we grow our vegetables. By doing this we seem to get a pretty good harvest every year of vegetables.
We changed the environment with which we choose to grow our food thus allowing for maximum growth.
Sometimes the soil you are choosing to plant your seeds in is not the right soil, in other words you are not in the right environment.
Before you just throw your seeds in the field and hope for the best make sure they have the right soil to grow in.
Recent PostsSee All
I hear a lot when people ask me about camping "well I couldn't do that, I am just not the outdoors type!" I usually laugh and say you just haven't experienced it the way I do. Most of the time for th
Recently I read the book Deep Work. This was a great book to shine a light on how we as a society view and execute on work. I never have been a proponent of the “9-5” work style. I think it is lazy
One of the worst things we can do to ourselves is to constantly be in judgement of ourselves. This is a negative habit that I have that I am trying very hard to break. The biggest thing I judge is my