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Mrs. Joan’s stress relief hobby
By, Victoria Gonzalez
Cooking, parenting, writing, and dancing are not the only occupations of King. Although being a parent of three and having a day full of pure stress may have King hands full, she also makes time for what she looks forward to at the end of every day, gardening. King lets go of her stress and relaxes her mind for a short break in her day.
“I love to be outside, and I really like that I can relax when I work on my garden,” she admitted.
Gardening has made King life a more relaxing adventure.
Having been taught to garden since a little child, King has stuck to her hobby and continues to grow in it. Not only does she keep gardening a habit but it is also one of her most important parts of her day.
“My mom has always loved plants and flowers and our garden has always been pretty,” she recalled, “I would help her when I was younger, and now I love spending time outside in the garden.”
One of the biggest challenges for King is constantly keeping up with her garden. She is a very busy and has to make time for her hobby. Recently she has learned to keep a schedule and organize her day to help fitting her garden activities in her life.
“I started to be more organized with my time, so I could always keep time for my gardens, she said.”
Being around gardens since a child has helped King with several key concepts about her hobby. Throughout the years, she has learned about various types of plant and weeds. She now know the difference between friendly weeds and hazardous weeds. Armed with the knowledge, King encourages everyone who wants to start gardening to research hazardous plants before starting.
“Having background in the different types of plants and weeds around your garden is very helpful because it keeps you safe from harmful plants or weeds, she advised.”
Not only does Mrs. King keep up with her garden for some stress relief but also to have a very nice yard.
“One of the best parts about gardening is not only that you get to relax and have fun, but also the result,” she smiled, “having a beautiful yard, makes me very happy.”