Let go of things that no longer serve you.
See the little bit of green left in these tomato plants? Honestly, a small part of me felt guilty for ripping them out of the ground.
But they needed to go. Their tomato-producing days were over. We had to pull them up to make way for new plants.
Now that they are gone, we've begun planting a new crop. In their place, we are now growing tiny broccoli plants.
I'm one of the people who struggles to let stuff go. Our garden pushes me to work on this.
After two years of fighting with ugly hornworms, birds, and even rats, I'm giving up trying to grow tomato plants for awhile.
Why did I keep trying to force it? There are so many other plants. So many other possibilities.
I know we'll still have to battle garden pests, but we're ready for some new vegetables.
Look around, what do you need to let go of?
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