Wrapping Things Up

How Did We Do?

Now that our 30 days of harnessing the power of the sun has come to a close, it’s time to look back and think about what, if anything, has changed in your life as a result of this project. Here is a short list of questions:

  • Did you follow this project?
  • What, if anything, did you find helpful?
  • Do you have any favorite posts or ideas?
  • What was your least favorite part of this project?
  • Did anything change in your life as a result of working with the power of the Sun?
  • Is there anything else you’d like to say or share? Insights? Ideas? Inspirations?

As always, I deeply appreciate any and all comments.

WELL DONE!

Today, I want to take a time out and sincerely congratulate YOU on coming this far.

Even though these exercises are easy and quick – 60 seconds is all it takes and just *reading* through the exercises gets the old cogs of the mind moving, there are STILL people for whom this is “too much hard work”.

Can you believe it?!

I want to see ONE SINGLE MILLIONAIRE who made their money from their own endeavor, from the ground up, without a rich uncle or a lottery win, who got there without putting in some jolly good old fashioned hard work!

But the thing is, it isn’t really work when you’re doing something that excites you, something that is worthwhile to you, that is your own – it is generally a privilege and you very rarely hear the real movers and shakers complain that they’re spending too much time at the office.

But that is as it is – you are here, and I congratulate you, because it shows your WILL TO WEALTH, and really, there isn’t anything else a person needs.

If they have the will to wealth, they WILL get better at what they’re doing, and they will succeed.

Doing this programme is a small but daily proof that you are willing to keep your focus and make it happen – FOR YOU, and for those you love; for the mission that fires YOU up, and the things that are precious to you.

So a BIG congratulations to you and today, let’s spend the time we have here simply thinking back over the past exercises so far and taking stock how this has helped, and what has already been especially useful TO YOU.

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If anyone has any comments they would like to share about this project, what their favorite exercises were, experiences, results, likes, dislikes, loves, hates, joys or trials… now is the time, and this is the place.

Your comments and insights are deeply appreciated!

Progress Reports Anyone?

Our project on Invoking Ganesh is about to come to a close, and it’s time now to take a look back and make note of what changed in our lives as a result of this project.

For me, the changes have been dramatic and good. I was lifted out of a deepening depression and began once again to feel hope for the future. The plumbing issues, that I have been struggling with for the last few years have been resolved. And I have had the grit and determination to change my food choices in order to feel better physically.

All of those things happened spontaneously for me almost as soon as I made the decision to Invoke Ganesha with an altar and a ritual. So, I am a true believer, and will be continuing the practice daily.

That being said, this does not mean that everything in my life is coming up roses. I still have a fair amount of drama and stress, and a lot of unresolved problems. I’ll be very curious to see what happens with them as the months go by.

What about you? Did you notice any differences in your life? Did you practice the mantra daily? Or make an altar? Or do a ritual? Did you enjoy the videos? Or find anything useful or interesting during the course of the project? Is there anything else you’d like to say or share?

A Well Begun Gallery

Here we have a gallery of the images that were shared with the posts in the Well Begun project. As you can see, we had a wide variety of illustrations. Enjoy!

Well Begun – How Did We Do?

Our Well Begun project has come to a close, and I’m just wondering how we did. This is an opportunity to share any results, ideas, expectations, disappointments, achievements, or anything else that came about as a result of working on this project.

My own personal results were as follows:

Despite being down with a massive sinus infection for at least half of the project, I have managed to come out from under with some great ideas, and a couple of strategies that have been working really well for me. My mornings are way more organized, and my attitude has improved quite a bit.

The way it unfolded was really interesting. I gave myself permission to play the Sims and goof off, but it took my game so long to load that I ended up doing household chores while I was waiting… which felt really good because it took all the guilt  out of playing the game, and my house got clean in the process. I also invoked Ganesh for a variety of problems, and that’s been awesomely successful. This boost of positive results has given me more energy and so now I have begun to very slowly implement a few more parts of my overall plan to get my shit together.

And now it’s your turn.
  • Did you try any of the ideas shared in this project?
  • Was there anything you really enjoyed?
  • Has your morning routine changed in any way as a result of this project?
  • What aspects of your personal morning routine work really well for you?
  • Is there anything else you’d like to share? experiences? insights? ideas?

Rise and Shine Project Overview

Here is an overview of our Rise and Shine project. This post provides links to pertinent aspects of this project, so that you won’t have to sift through the archives to find out what you want to know.

If you would like to try this project for yourself, you can start on Day One: It’s Day One, and then continue on thru to the last day: When You Do Something Beautiful, posting your thoughts, ideas, results, joys and disappointments as you go. This is an active blog, and if you post, we will notice and reply… and give you the benefit of our own experience and our support if it seems pertinent or appropriate.

The complete listing of the daily posts for the Rise and Shine project:

Bonus post:

Are We Living As If?

Our project has come to an end, and what a wild ride it was. I feel like I took a crash course in feng shui and diy home decor. This is our feedback post giving anyone who wants to say something about the projects, the ideas, the concepts, or anything else related to Living As If…

My own personal experience was that I now have a really clear idea of what I want to do with most of the rooms in my house, and I have ideas on how to actually accomplish most of it. Now it’s just going to come down to the actual doing of it. Which is, of course, the hardest part.

What about you?

  • Did you enjoy the project?
  • Get inspired to do some home improvement?
  • What was your favorite part?
  • Did you actually tackle any of the projects?
  • Do you plan to?
  • Anything else you’d like to add?

A Gallery of Home Interiors

We explored a wide variety of home interiors over the 30 days of this project. I thought it might be fun and interesting to see them all in one place. I also included some of the “outdoor rooms.” There were so many images that I may have missed one or two when compiling what might be one of the largest collections of home interiors in a single post! LOL. Enjoy!

Living As If Art

So many wonderful paintings took part in our Living As If… project. Here’s a gallery of the art we enjoyed!

Good Golly! That’s a lot of art! Wowsers! And it’s even possible that I may have missed one or two paintings when I was compiling this gallery!

It’s A DIY Roundup

There was so much information packed into each of our Living As If… project posts, and it occurred to me that going back to find a specific how-to might be more than a little bit challenging! So I thought it would be a good idea to provide the images as a sort of DIY gallery and sneak peak.

Recipes for cleaning products that not only do a good job of cleaning, but also are easy, inexpensive, and smell great!

This wonderful little printable list makes all those overwhelming household chores seem easy by putting it into a schedule that makes sense.

In this post, we explored how to decorate mugs using sharpie pens. There is a detailed how-to and a bunch of useful tips from people who have tried it.

This post is all about leaving your troubles at the door, and one of the things we learned was how to make a dream catcher with a doily and an embroidery hoop. Super easy… and it looks great!

We cleaned out our closets, and then found a boatload of cool ways to upcycle all of our old t-shirts, jeans, sweaters, and yes… even flipflops and crocs. This post is loaded with ideas and how-to’s.

This post was all about how to use cardboard to easily and cheaply create sturdy, practical, and usable storage spaces in your home and closet. Lots of great ideas here!

This post features a recipe for crumpets, and a tutorial for making a great pot of tea.

This post was jam packed with ideas for the bath, recipes, and how-to’s. Among other things, we learned how to make bath bombs and milk baths. There is a bunch more on the post itself.

These are some super cool printable ideas for kitchen organization.

In this post, we learned a very easy way to make a super simple hammock. Plus we discovered an amazing recipe for a picnic basket pie!

  • From our post: Let’s Go To The Opera

A great recipe for opera cake! Looks super yummy if anyone has the courage to try it!

A detailed how-to all covering ways to easily clear the energy in your home.

Ranging from making cool embossed tin (or aluminum) ceiling tiles to how to re-cover a dining room chair. The diy projects in this post were all about creating a super cool dining room.

As part of this project we explored outdoor fire pits and also some cool fountain ideas… along with a bunch of other cool and interesting stuff.

These are some of the visual tutorials on making cool beaded curtains, and a couple of other things as well. The ones shown here are pretty complete in and of themselves, but there is a step by step tutorial on how to make a beaded curtain in the post.

This post was all about getting a good night’s sleep, and included a cool LED optical fiber ceiling project. It’s not a step by step how-to, but it does give the basic idea of what’s involved.

This post was all about the furniture, covering it up, reupholstering, and also painting it. Here is a collection of the how-to images. I didn’t include them all, just enough to give an idea of what’s involved. For the complete tutorials, you’ll have to visit the post.

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