March 1st

It has been a long time since my last post! I have been working hard and also taking a much needed creativity break. Scott now has a complete wardrobe of scarves, hats and socks and I have some new scarves and mitts. These have been good projects for me, combining instant gratification because they knit or crochet so quickly, organization because I have emptied two of my bins of stashed yarn, and practicality because I made warm clothes all at the same time. I also brought my spinning wheel up from the laundry room, where I put her when I enrolled in Kepler College, and have determined that I still remember how to spin. All this manual labor has also been a great way to compose hypnosis scripts so I am just waiting for this cough to go away so I can do some taping for you. Those will be in the store soon and I’ve actually had so much fun that I am going to put some scarves, mitts, handspun and jewelry in the store in next month or so too.

What do spinning wheels, wool and March have in common? Yes, sheep!

March is said to arrive like a lion and leave like a lamb. Aries, the first sign of the tropical Zodiac begins with the Vernal Equinox on March 20th.  Get ready to move into the active time of the year. It is time to break out of Capricorn-mode and start thinking like an Aries. That means finding fun ways to motivate yourself like giving yourself a creativity break or planning your projects as if you planning a party.

I found a perfect quote to relate to goals:

“Most of us are about as eager to be changed as we were to be born, and go through our changes in a similar state of shock.” James Baldwin

Let this be a reminder to make your goals positive – not I am tired of looking dumpy but…I am fit and vibrant! Think of organizing your basement as an archeological dig. Don’t make Spring-cleaning drudgery — Be kind to your inner Aries and make it fun!

We have a party coming up on the 21st of March to celebrate the Vernal Equinox and beginning of Aries. So be on the lookout for your Evite! If you don’t get one and want one, call or email me. – Inga >^..^<

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  1. I’ll post a picture of the spinning wheel next week, she is a cutie.

    Spriing cleaning-wise: To me, the key to Spring Cleaning would be “intention.” Whether you do your Spring-clean like an Elizabethan and strip everything straight down to the walls or simply open the windows and let the Spring Sun indoors, let your intention be about starting fresh. Think about new projects, new starts, bring new energy into every corner of your home and nudge out all the sleepy hibernation-vibes just lik you dust out cobwebs. Then, do the same process on yourself!

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  2. Definitely! I see your point. Thanks for the feedback! Well I for sure plan on doing some Elizabethan / Victorian? (LOL!) hardcore physical cleaning some time this spring. But so, the clapping into corners and spraying some spray smudge ( http://www.spraysmudge.com/ ) is up to me? =P (Funny, I just discovered that website! Looks pretty cool actually…kind of gimmicky, but kind of cool too.) 😉

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