🌾 make hay while the sun shines and have a nap whenever you flipping want 🐈
PERMACULTURE PRINCIPLE #2: CATCH AND STORE ENERGY
This principle is all about working with natural energy flows, and saving up excess energy so that we have resilience if there's ever a shortage of that energy. Do you have any little practices that help you catch and store your energy?
Collecting rainwater, making compost, preserving the harvest are all practical ways to catch and store energy that flows through the landscape.
In ourselves, we catch and store energy when we plan meals for the week ahead, save up for a rainy (or sunny 🌞) day, and when we listen to our bodies and our energy levels. Get stuff done when you have the energy, and rest when you need to rest.
The opposite of this principle can be seen in the societal pressures of forcing yourself to be 'productive' when you're running low on energy and definitely not going to do a good job any ways.
Do you already do any of these Little Ways To Catch and Store Energy?
(Let's ignore how this was supposed to be for February and it's now nearly the end of March 😂 I was just catching energy I guess)