When it comes to lawn care, like as in life – you don’t have to do it all yourself.
There are 3 strategies that you may or may not be familiar with, in order to feel less busy while still getting everything done:
- Scheduling – Scheduling helps to make sure the important things get done, so your days aren’t filled with things that merely feel urgent.
- Delegating – This is where you take tasks off your plate and hire someone else to do them for you.
- Just saying no – Saying no is taking care of the essentials and saying no to opportunities that don’t align with your values or where you are at the moment.
Personally I’m a big fan of delegating as much as possible to free up time within my busy schedule and allow time to focus on the things I love. Not all errands are suitable for this kind of approach, but whether it’s groceries, cleaning or even dog walking, you may be surprised by the professional service offerings available these days.
One task that you may not have thought about delegating is lawn care. Whether you have trees and shrubs that need looking after or a lawn that needs preparing for its winter hibernation, this is one area where you can safely delegate to a professional.
Lawn care is just one way to make sure your patio and garden are places where you’ll want to spend some time in the coming seasons. While you’re pampering your lawn with a well-needed service, be sure to incorporate some decorating ideas into your outdoor living.
This infographic has a few decorating tips to spark inspiration on inexpensive ways to spruce things up:
So how do you plan on saving time on your gardening needs and maintaining a beautiful outdoor living space?
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of TruGreen,ca. The opinions and text are all mine.