As I sit here today stuck in front of my computer screen, churning out a last-minute magazine article, I feel a bit frustrated that I can’t be outside, walking through Centennial Park while the sun’s (finally) out. And even though I love my Mac, I know the radiation it’s throwing out is not the best thing for me. So apart from trying to make up for it by opening the window, popping outside in my courtyard at my lunch break with bare feet (and other items of clothing off too; Ooh la la!) to soak up a quick dose of the sun’s ions and generate vitamin D, I also fill what little space I have left on my desk with pretty pots of perceptively powerful plants. These particular varieties not only look lovely, but cleverly clean, ionise and grow fresh air; NASA has proven it! Watch this fascinating little speech from my favoutite website: www.ted.com
And if you’ve ever been to Delhi, you’ll know that this in no mean feat! So plant a few Mother-In-Law’s Tongues … and, breathe.
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