Gloves for the job
First of all if you can't manage to work with normal garden gloves then try latex gloves instead. They fit smaller hands better and although they may rip more easily that regular gardening gloves, they do make gardening much easier. Latex gloves are a lightweight alternative that allow you to move your hands more freely and help you to work better. Then, when you have finished using them you can simply throw them away.
A quick trim
If you don't want to get to deep in to digging up your garden and planting fruit, vegetables or flowers, then your garden can still look nice as long as you keep it tidy. It is better to keep weeds at bay and your lawn trimmed neatly rather than going over the top with fancy flowers and plants if you know that they will be too high maintenence. It is a much better idea to keep your garden looking plane and slightly more simple if you know that you'll never manage to keep up with the regular chore of looking after the garden and what's in it.
A splash of paint
Whether it's in the home or outside in the garden, a splash of paint can do wonders for a garden. It will add colour and life to a garden and will be an interesting feature. Often, gardeners decide to paint their fences, benches or even their paths. Just make sure you find the right paint for the job. A bit of paint can easily restore garden furniture and transform it from looking old and past it to new and vibrant!
Accessories add interest and colour to furniture, rooms and clothing that needs more colour or interest. A cheap and fast solution to sprucing up your garden is to buy a few different coloured table cloths to add to your outside table. There are a huge variety available, but if not you could always make your own from your own fabric.
Another way of making your outside living more comfortable and colourful, is to put seat covers on your garden seats and bench. This will make the seats and benches more comfortable for you to sit on and they will appear more attractive.