ENERGY BOOSTER IS RIGHT ON YOUR DESK.
For those office workers buried under huge piles of the paperwork for most hours of the day and the level of stress nearly reaches its peak, green plant is something that can perfectly help refresh and relax your brain. But to take a little walk in the neighboring park or look for green shrubs and flowers from your office windows on hourly basis may not be easy as it may sound.
Solution? Simply spare a small area of your desk for a personal green patch. Just a glance, a wave of relaxation is right there by your side. Green is considered a “cool” color. It is not just easy on your eyes but also gentle on your mind—bringing you a true sense of serenity and relaxation. This is the reason why this color is often used in décor to create a fresh, relax, safe and nature-like ambience.
Placing a small plant close by is good to your physical and mental health. It helps absorb CO2 that is released from many electronic devices in your office. Some certain plants like Cactus can even absorb radiation released from your computer screen.But don’t forget to feed it with some natural sunlight!
Preferred desktop plants should not occupy too much space, cause messiness to the area nor even need a lot of care. Some of the favored choices are indoor plants like Spider Plant, St. Bernard’s Lily and Tricolor Nephthytis. These plants do not require much exposure to sunlight and will not easily turn dull and yellowish. But most importantly, do not forget to water it. This is not solely for its freshness and healthiness but also for your own benefits. You may recharge your battery by enjoying your fresh, green plant which allows you to turn yourself away from the screen for a few minutes to some more relaxing scenes.
And if you are really tied up or do not want to waste too much time taking care of the plant, yet still need some green on your desk, you can have a less demanding plant like Piper Betel, Devil’s Ivy or Window-Leaf which can grow on either soil or water in either bottle or vase. No extra care needed, just try not to let it dry out.
TRY GROWING A SMALL GREEN PATCH ON YOUR DESK AND YOU WILL SEE THAT IT IS REALLY WORTH.