Salvia reptans is in the mint family Lamiaceae. Commonly known as west Texas cobalt sage, it is native to the southwest United States and parts of Central America including Mexico and Guatemala. West Texas cobalt sage is an herbaceous perennial that is resistant to herbivory and is highly drought tolerant. Native specimens of this plant have a creeping habit and produce long stems that trail along the ground. Outside of its native range, the west Texas cobalt sage is cultivated for the landscape, and has a more upright growth form. This species blooms during the midsummer, producing small brilliant blue flowers that attract a myriad of pollinators including hummingbirds and butterflies.

anonymous asked:

do u have any tips for reinventing urself ?

♡ write down your goals, how you will achieve them and what motivates you.
♡ commit yourself to them and don’t give yourself any excuses.
♡ become kinder, stronger and more positive. surround yourself with people who love you.
♡ don’t compare yourself to others. just do your best. don’t let anyone limit you.
♡ see mistakes and failures as ways to grow. don’t be scared of failure or embarrassment.
♡ write down your weaknesses and how you’ll improve them.
♡ think about what makes you happy and your strengths and do more of those things.
♡ you could get a haircut, rearrange your room, clear out clutter or throw out anything you don’t use anymore.