Thursday, April 30, 2015

Art Lesson, here is my sign

Jean Hart Artwork 

Art Lesson
This week I open my box of Artists Muse and found the card 
 Doors of Awareness, Do a painting of signs. 
So here is my painting of a sign that is my passion.
Be The Change you want .....
Say yes to....
One should either be a work of art, or wear a work of art. Oscar Wilde
Be Inspired,

No more braces for me

It's been a year. My transformation with my teeth is complete. 
How important is it to have a beautiful smile? 
What would you do to smile with confidence? 

For the last year I have gone to the orthodontist to work on straightening my teeth. 
To the outsider my teeth looked just fine. 
But, what was happening was that because of certain medicine I was taking for H/B my gums were swollen up and my teeth were moving in all directions. 
All I could think of was all those years in braces and thousands of dollars my parents spent on my teeth were soon to be wasted. 
The straight, shining white smile was soon to be gone. 
If you know me and have been around me, you know that I'm all about smiling and laughing. 
I did not want to suddenly start taking pictures with a closed mouth smirk or hand over my mouth, 
 just to hide my teeth. 
I'm not doing the adult braces to look like a movie star....
It was explained to me that in order to save my teeth sometimes moving them well help them hang on. 
So, off the the dentist I went. 
I have regular visits, plus embraced the popular teeth whitening regiment ( the Crest strips are great) , but what could I do for the moving teeth. 
I know, I can hear you now. Jean, your 60 minus 8 months years old .
 Why would you put yourself through this? 
Because I want to be 80 + years with my teeth in tact. 
When I went to talk to my dentist my options were simple.
Try Invisalign, the invisible braces that are more like a clear cover that corrects teeth.
I have been wearing an Invisalign for eight months. 
Just this week I got my permanent retainer put in.
Truth, not so happy with it. It is a wire bonded to the back of my teeth to hold them in place, FOREVER!
I'm sure it will just take time to get use to. The benefits will out weigh the discomfort for now. 
Would I do this again? 
It's a big commitment, and yes I would. Because for me, there is nothing more beautiful and authentic then a confident smile. 
Is having a a beautiful smile that important? 
when are you too old to care about your teeth? 
Be Inspired,

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

It's Official!!! I'm an artist for Art O Mat

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It's official!!!
I'm an artist for 
Art o Mat
Here are my two prototypes I sent in with my submission. 

Art O Mat has excepted my submission for their 
Art O Mat vending machines.
My series 
"Let's have a little fun" 
will now be bought in art machines across the country. 
My artwork will be on wooden blocks 2" x 3" . 
I'm very excited about this and can't wait to get started. 
I hope you will be able to find a art machine near you or when you travel. 
I saw my first Art O Mat in Las Vegas at the Cosmopolitan casino. 
I have been hooked ever since.
Feel free to commit and share 
Be Inspired,

  • What is an Art-o-mat®?

    Art-o-mat® machines are retired cigarette vending machines that have been converted to vend art. There are over 100 active machines in various locations throughout the country. Find one near you »

  • What do you get?

    The experience of pulling the knob alone is quite a thrill, but you also walk away with an original work of art. What an easy way to become an art collector.

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Art Lesson

Jean Hart Artwork 
Art Lesson for today.

Because I'm an artist, I get art supplies for gifts. I think it's really cool because people find the most interesting things. 
This particular gift is 
"the Artist's Muse"
Unlock the door to your creativity. 
by Betsy Dillard Stoud
When ever I'm feeling a little stuck in my creativity I open this box and pull out 3 cards and create from them. 

Here are my three cards for today. 
Create with me if you would like.
I would love to see what you make.

1.  Doors of Awareness, Do a painting of signs. 
2. Circles of Growth, Do a painting using only Cadmium Orange and a tube of black.
3. Windows of Opportunity, Choose your subject and paint a grisaille, A grisaille, refers to a value painting done in grays. Use three grays, light gray, a mid tone gray and very dark gray of black. Use the white of the paper for you lightest light if using watercolor. If using acrylic, use white gesso, or Titanium White. After the grays dry, glaze one transparent pigment over the entire surface. 

Now, you can create one big painting using all three ideas, or you can do each card separately. 
Your the artist so as always it's up to you.
Be Inspired,

Everything About Paris

Everything About Paris
paris smarts

History Question
Dr. Guillotin promoted the device famously named after him to:
1. Execute more people
2. Be more humane
3. Offer a public spectacle
4. Promote his line of kitchen knives

2....Be more humane
The good doctor was actually opposed to capital punishment and wanted it abolished. He hoped that the more humane guillotine (invented by Antoine Louis and for a short time called the Louisette) would bring Paris closer to ending the death penalty. Alas, his strategy backfired. 

101 Challenge Week 8

101 Challenge
Make our world a better place.
Week 8
Jean Hart Artwork
This seems to be the perfect list for Spring. 
Do you grow your own vegetables? 
Have fun with this weeks list. 
Do what you can.
Be Inspired,

80. Be there for someone. Listen to their troubles.
81. Grow some of your own vegetables, even if only out of a pot indoors.
82. If you have land, invest in livestock. Chickens are a great place to start, and they make great pets, even if you don’t eat them.
83. Stop for a person waiting to cross the street or merge into traffic.
84. Pay the toll for someone behind you.
85. Encourage a friend to reach for their dreams and shoot for the farthest goal.
86. Tape coins to a payphone with a note saying they’re for whoever needs them.
87. Donate cereal box tops to your local school, even if you don’t have kids.
88. Support independent artists by purchasing books by unknown authors from publishers that aren’t in the mainstream.
89. ...and if you enjoyed the book, write the author a note telling them how much you loved it. 

Sunday, April 26, 2015

Second Season of Change, Break Negative Habits

Second Season of Change
Wisdom for
cards by
Caroline Myss

Break Negative Habits.
It's been awhile since I blogged about the transformation I'm on.
Maybe because things started to get busy, or maybe because during the holidays I started to gain weight. 
The thing about transformation is that it's on going. 
Did I really think there would be an ending to this? 
Many goals were reached last year. Many of course were not.
It was the not reached goals that got me down.
So, this new card for today and the first card I pulled for this year is perfect. 
I almost immediately went back to old habits.
Just like an old friend, I fell with them and felt comfort by them. Along with some guilt because I knew that it was wrong to hang out with the chip bag, the cookie jar, the hours of TV, even if I was watching documentaries, not walking, swimming, yoga.
So, the downward spin began. One month, two months, three months....
oh now its April and I have lifted my head up and here I am.
Back to looking for words of wisdom for healing.
Today's Lesson:
Be cognizant of one negative practice you engage in that causes you to lose power, and work on changing that situation. This could be thinking negative thoughts, overeating, or being constantly late.

She hit that right on for me....
Your Goal::
to recognize that modifying or releasing unproductive habits can be challenging and even unpleasant, but it's essential that you do so. 

Essential. So Yes, I'm back to looking at my health in a different way. 
The joint pain that will not go away, the fatigue that makes me just want to stay in bed, the foggy feeling of not being able to concentrate. I will start with the food I eat, then the exercise I do, then the things that must be power through.  
I read a medical journal that said for every year you live with chronic pain you lose 5-11 percent of grey matter in your brain. Well, for me times that by 15 years. 
So, I now have signed up for Luminosity. Brain games to help restore your brain.
I know I will get old, but I want to take my brain with me. 
I am also addicted to Trivia Crack an app on my phone, along with a app to play backgammon. 
I have reinstalled my Lose It and added MapMyWalk . 
Break Negative Habits
releasing unproductive habits will be my one item on my list this week. 
The question is not Who am I,? it's Who Do YOU want to be? 
Be Inspired,

What My Soul Wants Me To Know

Jean Hart Artwork

Peace, acrylic, 9" x 12" , Jean Hart

  What My Soul Wants Me To Know,
cards from 
Soul Coaching, 
Denise Linn 

That's the card I pulled for today,
"I breathe deeply, knowing that all is well in my universe."

There is a certain calmness that comes to you when you just stop and breathe. The schedule I have been on lately has for me been too busy with business, and many new projects. 
I have always believed that I was in the right place at the right time doing the right thing. 
But, suddenly I feel like I'm pushing things, forcing my way, and truly not getting things done.
I have slowed down my yoga, but not all of it. The beautiful part of yoga is the breathing.
Pranayama. Learning to breathe with intention.
When ever I get myself worked up and involved in projects that take a lot a concentration, I forget the breathe.
Lately, I have been practicing  Pranayama breathing twice a day. It's just enough to keep me centered and relaxed. I gives me time to focus and get out of myself. 
It only takes a few minutes, so you don't need as much time as meditating. 

Here is a good place to start. 

Card Meaning: Breathe...and breathe again, deeply, and often. Everything is flowing as it's meant to be, smoothly and effortlessly. All is in perfect harmony. 

Your Soul Wants you to know: 
"True peace isn't static and boring, it's full of grace, enthusiasm, and vitality. Tranquility is the awareness that all is unfolding according to divine planning. Serenity isn't something that you have to attain, work at , or search for. It's already dwelling within you. To experience this within yourself, simplify your life, spend time in nature, and take time to listen to the messages of your Soul. Peace transcends fear and the illusion of separation and connects you intimately to God. 
I make lists, many, many, lists....I have now started a new list. It's called 
"The Finished List".
I read this about people who are successful. Not only do they write a list of to-do's, they then write a list of "Finished". What a great way of seeing that you really are doing what needs to be done, and  that all is in perfect harmony. 
Be Inspired,

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Art Lesson

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Jean Hart 
Art Lesson 
What surface do you draw on? 
When I was learning to draw I used newsprint, notebook paper, and typing paper. Just about anything that was available to me.  Of course back then the drawings were all practice and no one but me saw them.
Once I started to use paints my paper and canvas surface changed.
If you are just starting out it is still important to use the proper paint surface for your medium. You don't want your masterpiece to be on flimsy paper that will not sustain the life of your artwork. 
The surface that you paint on is called, "support" and it will hold your paint to canvas or paper. 
Here are a few things to keep in mind when you are shopping for support. 
From The Daily Book of Art 

Drawing Paper 
Paper can vary in weight , tone , and texture. It's a good idea to start out with smooth, plain white paper so you can easily see and control your strokes. Then check out other options. Paper with a rough texture is ideal for charcoal and pastel and it may even appeal to graphite artists drawn to bold, broken stokes. 

Watercolor Paper 
This paper is coated with a layer of sizing, which helps the surface absorb the paint slowly. A variety of textures exits on the market, notably hot-press (smooth), cold-press(textured, and rough, Watercolor paper is also labeled by weight. I recommend starting with 140-lb paper which is thick enough not to buckle or warp excessively under the moisture of your paint. 

Pre-primed and stretched canvas, which is available at any art and craft store, is the best way to go for both acrylic and oil painting. This canvas is stretched taut over a wood frame and coated with acrylic gesso. Without it, the canvas may awkwardly absorb the pain and become damaged when exposed to the harsh solvents. 

I hope you found this helpful. 
Be Inspired,

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Week 7 Change the World

101 Challenge
Make our world a better place.

Week 7
Jean Hart Artwork 

I have found that there is no way I can do all of these (101) in one week. No, this is a list that yes I can do some of the things listed each day, but some I have to study and take more time with. I have stared the ones I do but this will be an on going list to complete through my life time. 
Do what you can, have fun. 

70. If the person ahead of you or behind you in line at the store has only a few items, buy them for him or her.
*71. ...or, if you don’t have much money and the person behind you has only a few items, let them go before you.
*72. Donate to a cause that helps families in third world countries (consider– the amount of money the average family spends on a birthday in a first world country could feed a family of six for a year in many third world countries)
*73. Buy organic food from local farmers (Start by going to your local farmer’s market!)
*74. Opt in for electronic billing, statements, etc. and save paper!
*75. Drop off your old glasses at your local lenscrafters as a donation to the Gift of Sight program.
76. Don’t smoke near others.
*77. Turn the other cheek.
78. Generate money for the charity of your choice by searching with Good Search
*79. Make a list of birthdays for people you know. Surprise them with a happy birthday

Be Inspired,

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Inspired Artwork

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Iris and butterfly, acrylic, 8" x 10" Jean Hart
Spring is so beautiful after a long cold winter.
When I take my walks now I see butterflies everywhere.
It made me think of what should be my motto for spring. 
"Yep, not a caterpillar no more."
Look to find inspiration in the world around you, or you could be an inspiration the others, It's your choice.
Be Inspired

Monday, April 20, 2015

Jean Hart Artwork Newsletter April 2015

Jean Hart Artwork
April 2015 

Today's the day. 
I just finished my two samples.
I have painted, sealed, and sent them off with my application.
The two paintings, left and right are part of my new series,
"Let's have a Little Fun" 
Wish me luck.
I will let you know what happens later. 
As an artist I am always looking for new ways to show my artwork along with selling my artwork. 
I have joined many  organizations, contests, and mail art programs. 
For me art has been a life line. I would paint each day even if no one saw my work. 
I love art. I read about art, I look at art each day, and I paint each day.
I have three books going at all times. 
Art history, art biographies, and how to paint books. 
I can loose myself wondering around an art supply store for hours. 
I love to see whats new. Try something I have not yet done and basically be creative in all areas not just painting.
What's next for Jean Hart Artwork  
I started to draw on paper cups. Paper Coffee Cups with lids, which I make bigger so you can use them as banks. I bought a box of cups so I'm still designing banks. New designs will soon be posted.
If your looking for an original, original fine art gift, these are fun. 
I glue them to a wooden base for more security. 
I have them displayed at the Northeastern Nevada Museum gift store or contact me. 
they sell for $15.00
In May at the Elko Library I have a donation for their Just Desserts fundraiser
Read, Learn, Grow, acrylic 9" x 12" 

Also, a puzzle  donated for the 
Light The Way 5K 
In Elko, Nv 

What are the many ways you show your artwork? 
Be Inspired,
You are invited to my online store zazzle where you can find all my newest artwork, in cards, poster, magnets and much more. 

Sunday, April 19, 2015


Artists friends, Do you ever doodle and then think, Hey, this could work out to be something bigger? 
Here are a few of my mindless doodles. 
As an artist I am always looking for new ideas. I want my artwork to be new and fresh. I was reading about Whistler and he was concentrating on composition and balance in grey and black. This made me think that it's been a long time since I have done black ink work. This little piece is what I call doodling. But I can see how this might be a real piece on canvas with black paint and maybe red hearts.

Everything About Paris

Everything About Pairs
Paris smarts 
Off the Beaten Path
Monoprix is a :
A. Department store
B. Single -lap auto race
C. Raised rail system
D. Prepaid menu

A Department Store 
A well-kept secret of Paris fashionistas, Monoprix offers store-brand fashion worn quietly by the coolest of the cool. The best part is the price: surprisingly inexpensive. While you're there, you can also shop for groceries and items such as soap, kitchen utensils, jams and more. 

I love that even in Paris there are department stores. 
I love to shop but living in a rural town I don't always find what I need. 
I am a big fan of homemade soaps, soaps from France, and Italy.
 One of my favorite soaps is made with olive oil. 
Spring is fashion time in Paris and I have been watching all the videos on the new fashions coming out.
I love to see that the 60's style is making a return. 
It looks like the A-line shift is making a return. 
Now, I can remember sewing something similar in my home eco. sewing class. 
If I dig down deep enough I might even find the McCall pattern I used. 
Yes, It looked something like this dress. 
This spring fashions are fun and I think I'm ready to dust off my sewing machine.
Be Inspired,

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Which are you, city or county....

Jean Hart Artwork 
An artist life blog. 
Would you give up the way you live to live a simpler life?  
Look up...acrylic, Jean Hart 
After being in a place like Harbin Hot Springs, where most of the staff lives on property. 
They work there, help in the gardens, eat fresh foods and camp.
Everything they use comes from the earth. 
They call it living off the grid. 
Here is one of the many website to explain living off the grid.
"This website isn’t just about owning property that happens to not be connected to the big power company’s grid. It is about living closer to the land; Being responsible for the culture, values and environment we leave behind to our children; knowing that life was meant to be enjoyed, rather than working in a tiny cubicle to earn enough to accumulate stuff we didn’t need in the first place"
Community, jeanhartartwork 

While I loved having fresh food to eat each day, and really you can tell the difference. 
I'm pretty sure that I'm too much of a city girl for this now. 
I believe that food plays a huge part in our health, and at the same time we make choices about what we eat. I understand my path to healing is all about the food I eat. There is a quote that goes like this:
"God didn't create any illness without also creating the remedy."
I believe the remedy is whole, organic foods.
I asked my healing cards to come up with a thought on this.
Caroline Myss  never disappoints.
It's the first card in the deck.
"Clearly, the spiritual traditions of the earth have a great deal of wisdom in common. for all their surface differences, the enlightened beings who founded and nourished these traditions tapped in to the same source of universal Truth and Wisdom. The visionary philosopher Aldous Huxley referred to this source as the Perennial Philosophy, spiritual knowledge given form in different languages at different points on the globe all throughout history. Although many of their followers have misunderstood or forgotten the truth of these says, the wisdom remains valid and useful. The Golden Rule: do unto others as you would have them do unto you," was voiced in almost identical form by most of the world's spiritual masters, from Confucius to Muhammad." 
That is pretty powerful, and living well whether off the grid or not, we all should be careful with our lands.
But, back to the question.
Could you live off the grid to live a better life. 
Are you a county or city person?
acrylic, Jean Hart Artwork 

Be Inspired,

Stars and Stripes

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    Stars and Strips, 16" x 24" acrylic, Jean Hart 
    So many things are happening in Elko and Carlin this weekend.
    Here is my donation for the Carlin Volunteer Fire Dept.
    Carlin Volunteer Fire Departments 8th Annual Spring Fling April 18th
    Doors open at 4:30 pm at the Carlin Fire Department 121 Hamilton St.
    Dinner will be Dutch oven / Barbeque at 6pm...
    Dinner tickets $15.00 a person
    Gun/ Half Hog Raffle $5.00 each
    Raffle tickets are $1.00 each or 6 for $5.00
    Live and Silent Auction
    Discount price for kids, we have a kids raffle and auction also.
    Purchase your dinner tickets or raffle tickets from any Carlin Firefighter or the Carlin Fire station, or Ruby Mountain Pawn.
    All proceeds will go towards the new fire station which is under construction now.

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

My Naked yoga Retreat Part 2

My Naked Yoga Retreat
Part 2
True North, acrylic, Jean Hart 
I've been home for about two weeks and I have been trying to put into words what my spring break trip was like.
Harbin Hot Spring was not what we were expecting.
We are more like city girls going on a girls spa vacation.  
What we got was so much more.
Because there are no cameras or cell phones allowed I could not take pictures.
Here is a site with everything at the Harbin Hot Springs.
The first thing we noticed is that we never knew what time it was.
We did not have our phones and neither of us wore our watches.
In fact, for me watches have become more of a fashion statement then really relying on them for time. I can't stand being late for anything. This was going to be my first lesson.
With no clock in the room, we missed a few early morning  yoga classes. 
 I quickly learned where the clocks were hanging.
My second lesson, was that, If you pack it, you must carry it.....and I mean pack and load up a step hill to the three story staircase to our room!!!
Once we were unpacked and settled in we drove up to the "domes" to experience the famous Watsu massage.
This is an amazing massage. Floating in the water, twisted, and turned and guided.
After driving two days to get here it was a well chosen therapy.
Harbin Hot Springs has enough to do each day that you do not have to leave the area.
Each day they have yoga classes, each afternoon they have workshops, and in the evening there is a theater that is free.
I walked the labyrinth and the garden,  participated in workshops about new ideas in the Temple. I had one of my best yoga classes, the teacher played an instrument and sang to us.
In three days with each day different then the one before it I hardly cared that people were not wearing clothes. My biggest growth was physical growth I,  just because it was not easy to get around to the events. Harbin is built on a mountain side so everywhere you went was a hike up or down hill, and stairs, stairs, stairs. Yoga classes were my least concern, just getting to the class was exercise enough.
But I did it. I climbed the stairs, the hills, and lugged my suitcases.
I may not go back to Harbin, but I'm sure glad I went this spring break.
Be Inspired,

My Naked Yoga Retreat Part 1

My Naked Yoga Retreat
Times are Changing, acrylic, Jean Hart
Part 1
Each year my daughter and I go somewhere together during her spring break.
This year she called me to say, "Mom, I just heard of a place in California I would like to go. Here is the name and number. Can you make us reservations?"
We have started to practise yoga and last year we went to Wanderlust and had a blast. Yoga classes with master teachers, workshops on meditation, pool parties, and met some wonderful people.
So I said Yes.
Here is how my reservation conversation went.
Harbin Hot Springs.
Me: Hello, I would like to make reservations to stay during the week of spring break.
HHS: Great, would you like to stay in the yurts?
Me: No.
HHS: Are you interested in  tent camping?
Me: No. I would like a room.
HHS: Okay, we have dormitories available with the bathroom down the hall.
Me: Oh, I was hoping for a room with a bed and private bath.
HHS: Yes, we have those.
Me: ( oh, thank goodness), Ok lets do that.
HHS: Have you ever stayed with us before.
Me: No.
HHS: Welcome, we have a few rules just so you know. This is a computer free environment, no cell phones, no camera, no kindles, We have kitchens for you to cook your own food, it's only vegan, no meat allowed. But we did offer a restaurant that services vegetarian food. There is no alcohol and smoking only in permitted areas.
Me: Wow, sounds great.
HHS: We have hot spring pools and massages too. We are know for our water massages, the watsu.
Me: Great, I would love to try that.
HHS: Oh one more thing. We are a clothes optional facility. too?
HHS: No, just around the hot springs.
Me: ok lets do this.
Be Inspried,

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Chance, Choice, fate or destiny?

Chance, choice, fate or destiny?

Three Wishes, digital artwork by Jean Hart
Chance, choice, fate or destiny?
I just finished reading a little something on this subject. I started a little book on the Secret of Power. Here is a quote from it, from William Jennings Bryan, “Destiny is no matter of chance. It is a matter of choice.”
At first that seems easy enough to understand, but if you say it again with intention you will feel something inside you that tells you, Yes that makes sense.
It goes on to say how life follows you, because what you choose is what you live. Life does not just happening to you.
It all goes along with the thinking of "What you think is your reality.”
I believe we do make our own realities. So again, here is another quote Be careful what you wish for, it might come true.”
I have changed it to “Be careful what you think, It will come true.”
Be Inspired,

Monday, April 13, 2015

Emerge III

Jean Hart Artwork
This is the final painting for the MS foundation for their Bubbles and Brunch event. I was asked if I could painting something with Oceans / Bubbles.
, Emerger III, acrylic, 36 " x 36" by Jean Hart Artwork
I'm looking forward to attending this event in New Port Beach in August.…/GEN_CAS_OC_Luncheon…

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Friday, April 10, 2015

A Sea Shell by the Sea Shore

A sea shell by the sea shore

A sea shell by the sea shore, Jean Hart
The Golden Ratio
"If there is a God, he's a great mathematician." Paul Dirac
You see this pattern everywhere in nature.
You see this pattern in art too.
What makes one painting more beautiful than another?
The answer may surprise you.
It's Math!!!
Getting a painting to hold the right proportions is what has inspired artists for centuries.
Proportions is what holds a painting together to create the beauty and balance of a master piece.
The Golden Ratio
as quoted from CKG
"One of the easiest ways to define the Golden Ratio is through the famous sequence of numbers named after the mathematician Fibonacci. See if you you can identify the pattern in the following set of numbers: 0,1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,34....
Each number is the sum of the previous two numbers. When you divide any of the numbers by the one before it, you get roughly the same number, , and the value becomes increasingly refined as the numbers get larger."
Well there you have it.
Here is my challenge for today.
See how many things in nature you can find that has this pattern and ratio in it.
Start by really looking at flowers, shells, cones, the most common is the spiral itself.
We have talked about symbols and so it is the spiral too has a meaning.
Spiral: A symbol of change and forward motion. It means growth and progress.

2013 the year of the water snake
digital artwork by
Jean Hart

Thursday, April 9, 2015

Week 6 101 Challenge Make our world a better place

Yes Please, by Jean Hart
101 Challenge
Make our world a better place.
Week 6
"Associate with people who are likely to improve you."  Lucius Annaeus Seneca
It's alright if you can't get to all of them this week. Just keep track and maybe you will have an opportunity later.

Be Inspired,
60. Put a jar full of rocks in your toilet tank to reduce the amount of water wasted with each flush.
61. Support activists and people on strike.
*62. Share family recipes.
63. Help someone with their homework.
64. Grow your hair out, then donate it to Locks of Love
65. Put a quarter in someone else’s parking meter.
*66. Click ads on blogs or articles published by relatively unknown authors. It costs nothing, and even one click will brighten their day. :)
67. Gather up your used batteries and electronics. Donate them.
68. Volunteer some time to cheering people up at your local retirement home.
*69. Replace the bulbs in your home with energy saving bulbs. Invest in solar, if you can.