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Work Happy and Stay Healthy: 4 Reasons Your Desk Needs a Plant

You don't have to have a green thumb to know that plants can make a world of difference in your decor, but they can do a lot more than just brighten up a dull, lifeless space. Even just a little extra green can have a huge impact on your attitude and your health, especially in your workspace. If you don't already have a photosynthesizing friend on your desk, here's why you need one.
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