First, “I’m so fancy”. That’s what my mug says and I’m sure it is talking to my office. Because folks, my office is starting to look soooooo fancy. I put sweat and blood into this room (but mostly a lot of sweat) and it’s just about perfect. The new return-air vent treatment is looking more stylish and the extra trim really beefed up the baseboards. And if there is anything that really gets me going, it would have to be beefy baseboards. Right?
Oh and the office plants. You. Guys. My office plants are just the best. We are becoming quick friends as I learn how to not over/under water them and how to give them enough but not too much sun. They are so patient with me.
I teamed up with Costa Farms for literally the best plant purchasing experience of my life. And they are not paying me to say that. It simply was the best. I am notorious for killing house plants with gusto. For years I only bought cacti and succulents with only a 50% survival rate. Now I’m no professor, but that’s not exactly a passing grade. Costa Farms really held my black-thumbed hand through the whole experience. They helped me find the perfect plants for me (like an e-harmony profile for plants) and the result basically was: doesn’t die easy and no bamboo. Spot on folks. Then, here comes my favorite part, they shipped it to my front porch. I did not have to load one plant into my trunk with screaming kids in their car seat. Nope. They were delivered to my door! Plants on doorstep. Are you hearing me world?
Bonus you ask? Why yes there is an added bonus…All the plants I got are focused on improving air quality. A real O2 boost for my office! Which means that because of my office plants, I can now do yoga or aerobics will editing photos (which is what I did anyways, but this way I can breath better).
I have a few more surprises in store for this fancy office of mine, but for now lets just look at my office plants in utter appreciation. Then please offer a quick prayer to mother earth asking that I don’t accidentally kill them all!
And one last thank you to Costa Farms for making this project and post possible!