I’m happy! 🙂
Now here’s today’s story…
Imagine a gorgeous plant that your best friend gave you on your birthday.
It has bright-red flowers, vibrant green leaves, and a fresh scent.
This time, you’re determined to make it work. This plant will bloom on!
You water it twice a day. But it seems like you can’t water it enough. The soil dries out before you notice it, and you already lost all the flowers. The leaves are starting to wither as well. It breaks your heart.
Why does this happen?
You decide to ask your friend for help. He looks at the plant and tells you right away: “You didn’t remove the drying leaves. And the big holes in the pot let all the water out”.
This makes perfect sense. You close some holes, and remove what is starting to wither. Two weeks later, a new red flower is glaring at you.
Water for your plant is like time for you. You have limited amounts of it, and there are ways to make sure they don’t run out.