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5 PACK - Printed grow pots. Size of the bags: 13.7" W x 12.6" L. 7 Gallon. Easy to move around.
MADE FROM - High quality 100% thickened non-woven polyester fabric. Perfect for container gardening.
FEATURES - Heavy-duty handles. Stain amp; water-resistant. Can be used up to 3 years. No toxic dyes.
INDOOR GARDEN - Grow a variety of plants like tomatoes, peppers, various greens, root vegetables.
PRINTED - With state of the art digital printing technology. Long-lasting bold colors amp; clear image.
Color:Warm Taupe White
5 PACK - Printed grow pots. Size of the bags: 13.7" W x 12.6" L. 7 Gallon. Easy to move around. MADE FROM - High quality 100% thickened non-woven polyester fabric. Perfect for container gardening. FEATURES - Heavy-duty handles. Stain amp; water-resistant. Can be used up to 3 years. No toxic dyes. INDOOR GARDEN - Grow a variety of plants like tomatoes, peppers, various greens, root vegetables. PRINTED - With state of the art digital printing technology. Long-lasting bold colors amp; clear image. Do you want to learn the decorative way to grow healthy plants? The answer is; these printed fabric pots pack of 5! This portable fabric bag is made from nonwoven polyester to grow any kind of plant. These bags are environment-friendly and allow your roots to breath. With its smart design, there is more room to grow for your flowers, plants, beans, garlics, patatoes, salad leaves, eggplants, peas, onions, beetroots, tomatoes, mint, sage, herbs, strawberries, cress, chilies and peppers. Allows your plant's roots to breathe. Develop strong roots and keep them well with these printed bags. Move your bag full of soil and plants with large sturdy handles; minimalize the risk of transplant shock. Keep your plants warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. Improve overall root structure and provide better use of water and nutrients. Besides being that much useful, these planting bags are also decorative! Add color and style to anywhere you like with thousands of different patterns. As well as decorating your garden, you can create a stylish accent for indoor use, too. Our portable fabric grow bags are washable, easy to clean for reuse. Save money and save your plants by these fabric pots. The digital images we display have the most accurate color possible, however due to differences in computer monitors, we cannot be responsible for variations in color between the actual product and your screen.
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Time is running out, and you should be doing something about it … but you don't know what it is.
That's what this post is about: something called time anxiety. I've been dealing with it for years, and maybe you have, too—even if you've never heard the name.
I believe that time anxiety is the most pressing problem of the modern world. Once you work your way through Maslow's hierarchy and your basic needs are taken care of, you start worrying about time—and you never stop.
You worry that time is passing you by
You worry you're too late for something—you missed your chance
You worry there's something you should be doing right now, but you're not sure what it is
From time to time, it's good to be reminded of your insignificance. Last week provided an opportunity in the form of a Chinese rocket that was falling to the earth.
Perhaps you heard about it. Thankfully, all was well in the end, but until it landed, no one knew where the rocket would touch down. It could have been anywhere on earth! Just think about it: for all the advances of science and technology, we had no idea where on the entire planet a rocket would decide to return.
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Most of us can think of times in our lives that we'd like to relive.
When these moments occur in the first place—the original events that become memories—we don't always realize realize how significant they'll become in our internal story.
That's only natural, because sometimes ordinary moments can take on much more meaning after the fact.
I have long believed that thinking about regret is a powerful motivator for action. When you're feeling indecisive, trying to figure out if a particular step is a good one, consider how you'll feel if you don't take the step. Often this leads you to what seems like the right direction.
But while mental models can be helpful, most of them also have limits. Lately I've realized there's a flaw in the logic of focusing your attention on the avoidance of regrets. Simply put, regret is an unreliable emotion.
Think about that for a moment—what does it mean?
It means, in short, that regret is both difficult to anticipate and even harder to characterize in retrospect. If you feel certain about your choices in either direction—either looking back or looking forward—you may be basing your interpretations on selectively chosen information.
Two weeks ago, I wrote about how money mistakes are temporary. My main argument was that unlike other kinds of mistakes, money mistakes rarely have permanent consequences.
I'll return to that in this post, but first let's consider a few things that have happened this month:
We've all been hearing about NFTs, also known as "non-fungible tokens," also known as digital art that can be reproduced over and over but sells for a ton of money. The NBA has sold $230 million on these intangible "items." An artist sold one for $69 million the other day, and I'm sure that record will be broken soon.
The price of a single Bitcoin, another modern invention, has risen to more than $60,000. Like NFTs, Bitcoin is also completely digital. There is no such thing as "a Bitcoin" you can carry in your pocket or store in your safe deposit box at the bank. Everyone who trades Bitcoin or other digital currencies simply accepts that it exists.
The U.S. government has passed a law enacting a $1.9 trillion stimulus package. Put another way, the U.S. government has printed $1.9 trillion more dollars. This was on top of another $2 trillion they printed last March. And presumably there's more where that came from!
A common TV trope features someone who's down on their luck and forced to borrow from someone with questionable moral scruples: a loan shark, the Mafia, a representative from Wells Fargo.
As fate would have it, they fall further and further behind, until they're in an even greater bind. Soon they're being pursued by the loan shark, who threatens to break their legs, or by Wells Fargo, which forces them to remain on hold for hours. The rest of the story unfolds as the protagonist desperately tries to resolve their dilemma. What will they do? How will they get the money?
"Getting the money" makes for a good plot foundation, since money is something that everyone wants. And when you don't have it, it becomes all that you think about.
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