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We know that buying flowers just for yourself is not something most people do as we are accustomed to it being bought for us for an occasion or a gift. If you’re not the kind of person who will do this or perhaps you may see this as an unnecessary expense, this blog hopefully helps you realise that buying yourself flowers can also be good for you.
#1 It can boost your mood
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We all experience bad days or stressful situations. Sometimes, we feel down for no reason at all. On days like this, flowers can help uplift your mood.
There are actually studies that support this positive effect of flowers, and most of the time they help bring out our Duchenne smile.
#2 Celebrate a small win
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Our everyday lives are usually made up of mundane routines, and it can get boring that you may feel you’re not making progress at all. That is why, all wins, no matter how big or small, deserve to be celebrated. Especially if you know the efforts you’ve made to accomplish that.
#3 It can help you to calm down
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Nature has its own way of making us feel relaxed and more calm, so think of getting yourself flowers as a quick way to get close to nature. Place them in your work table or wherever you will be spending time.
#4 It can help increase your productivity
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There is a study that flowers and plants in a workplace environment help improve productivity and reduce stress. So if you’re feeling unproductive these days, a simple bouquet of flowers may be your kickstart to accomplish more than one task.
#5 Because why not?
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You don’t really need a grand reason to buy flowers because you deserve nice things once in a while. After all, flowers give a sensory experience that stimulates the happy chemicals such as dopamine and oxytocin.