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Too often, we get caught up in our busy lives. We become overwhelmed and never quite catch up with all the tasks we’ve set ourselves. Becoming more aware of our surroundings through mindfulness is one way to reset ourselves and improve our wellbeing.

Observation is an important part of permaculture, but being conscious of how we observe makes a huge difference in how we relate to our properties. It’s too

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