Archive for July, 2010
Have you ever dreamt of swaying away a summer day on your hammock on a lazy weekend? One problem you may run into is you may not have tall trees to tie them to. Well, fret no more because there are hammock stands that you can buy to hang up your dream hammock on. You can simply secure them on the location where you want to put up your hammock and hang up your swinging net bed. To stay safe, simply follow the instruction manuals. Now you can simply sway away without any worries. To add to your swaying pleasure, here are some items that you might want to have with your hammock:
1. Side table to hold your chips and drinks
2. A soft pillow for snoozing on
3. A big fan to catch the breeze
Like most high-powered corporate executives, I’m obligated to handle lots of responsibility on a daily basis. Some people in my position might have trouble sleeping at night – instead tossing and turning while thinking about the stressful days ahead. I’ve found that taking a break from the daily grind to do some introspecting can be a great source of stress relief. While some co-workers I know head to the golf course or a fancy restaurant, I prefer to head home to enjoy some time on the hanging hammock chair with my wife.
Every now and then we’ll bring some books out on the deck and read in silence. Other times we’ll share an intimate conversation or make plans for the weekend. Still other times, it’s enough to just sit and relax while taking in the view of the woods in the distance. After a half hour or so, my batteries are completely recharged and I’m completely at peace with the world.
Oftentimes a backyard garden is associated with hard work. It takes a lot of effort to construct a garden bed, make the soil viable, pick all the weeds out, plant new flowers and vegetable, water everything, and make sure animals and birds don’t eat all the seeds. But once the work pays off, the garden is beautiful and should be enjoyed often. That’s where garden seating comes into play.
Placing a couple of outdoor hammocks around the garden can create a peaceful escape in your very own backyard. Imagine coming home from a long day at work and curling up in a hammock to read a book with birds and butterflies fluttering around the flowers in your garden. No matter how you use it, a hammock will help you enjoy your hard work and the beautiful fruits of your labor.