You can spend an entire weekend trying to improve your garden. You can also spend 10 minutes everyday in the garden working on improving things slightly. The latter will always win. This is the law of compounding progress. The concept is that by doing a little bit everyday, at least slightly more than the rate of decay then you will slowly compound and things will start to look dramatically better. My neighbor has an immaculate yard. I see him out there everyday. Everyday, doing something. Not very big projects, just little by little. I am in my yard perhaps once a year. Usually because a sprinkler broke or a tree died. The neighbor always wins. This is because his efforts compound over time when they are consistent.
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