How Can Indoor Plants Boost Your Productivity in Your Home or Workplace?


Why hack your environment? Making sure it supports you, instead of draining or distracting you, ensures that your physical workspace is as well-crafted as the digital one. After all, it's where most of us spend hours upon hours each day, forming relationships with people and creating things that actually matter.

Stress and "brain fog" has become one of the biggest issues people face in today's world. We don't feel as sharp as we should, and we're chronically tired. Studies show that our indoor air quality (IAQ) is up to 100x worse than nature itself! And that isn't the only problem. We spend more time indoors than ever, yet there's a dramatic decrease in the amount of plants per person over the past century.

You've probably heard about how plants clean up toxins like benzene and formaldehyde, but did you know they also increase your creativity (and even brain power)? According to NASA research , certain houseplants can filter out potential cancer-causing chemicals, all while promoting healthy air quality. And not only that, they can significantly improve your mood and even fight stress.

Studies show that plants increase concentration and productivity by 15% (sometimes more), while also relieving fatigue and pain. Meanwhile, simply looking at an indoor plant for 5 minutes increases your creativity by 60%!

But we only recommend the best in class to our customers. These indoor plants are hand-picked and scientifically researched for your workspace, so you can work with assured that you're improving your environment while enjoying nature's finest art.

The best part is, these plants are easy to maintain. They don't require watering every day, nor do they need special lighting or soil conditions. Some even help purify the air of harmful toxins like benzene and formaldehyde. And the boost in creativity? All natural!

By simply adding a few of these plants to your space, you can start reaping the benefits right away. Your employees will be able to work more efficiently and with greater focus. They'll feel less stressed out, leading to better moods and higher productivity levels without much change on your end!

We're here to answer any questions you might have about how indoor plants can improve your workspace. Just message us, and we'll get back to you ASAP. Cheers!

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