Many people make gardening their hobby and it is also a good form of exercise.
The first step in gardening is the preparation of the soil.
Hobbies, let me remind you, are supposed to be something different from work.
But alien values like “the pursuit of excellence” have crept into and corrupted what was once the realm of leisure, leaving little room for the true amateur.
I am very fond of this lawn ad take pride in maintaining it trim, tidy and neat.
In the evening we sit in this lawn and talk chat and discuss several things.
I have laid out a smaller garden in front of my house. Sweet fragrant flowers of different hues sweeten as my mind. While working in the garden not only do I spend my time in a better way but also improve my health as thus I spend my time in better way but also improve my health as thus I take exercise unwillingly.
It brings me close to Nature and I feel lost like Wordsworth in the beauty of blooms and blossoms around me.
Or rather, we are intimidated by the expectation — itself a hallmark of our intensely public, performative age — that we must actually be skilled at what we do in our free time.
Our “hobbies,” if that’s even the word for them anymore, have become too serious, too demanding, too much an occasion to become anxious about whether you are really the person you claim to be.