The mistake many homeowners make is settling for a landscape when what they really crave is a Life-Scape.
What's the difference between a landscape and a Life-Scape you ask?
You can only get a Life-Scape when you realize that it has to involve YOU! It is about you and your land and your experience. The cool thing, is when you get there, you can be sure that your Life-Scape is truly unique to your life.
Consider what you would like to experience on your land:
Think about how your family grows each year, and how the demands of school and/or work challenge your time. Each time your life changes, you use your land differently.
Recall how over the years the landscape around your home or neighborhood has changed. It’s always growing, changing, evolving…just like YOU!
So the big questions is, how do we match where you are in life now, with what your landscape offers you? Then consider how thing will change 3, 5 or 10 years from now. Will your landscape keep up?
For example, I love to vegetable garden. There is NOTHING better than picking fresh produce from my own garden. As my kids grew, their busy schedules and my growing business gobbled up the time I used to use for my veggie gardening, so I gave it up for a while. The garden is fallow now, but that doesn't mean I won't go back to it, but for now, I am more interested in my patio space for some quick R & R in the form of a catnap in the sunshine!
Discover the secrets behind a Life-ScapeTM by watching the video below. It will change how you see your land and your life!
If you would like to learn how you can develop your own Life-Scape, please request a Landscape Discovery Session on the right of this page.
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