Sowing the seeds of love
Reap what you sow, they say. Well, I gotto say, harvesting love is really cool.
While I haven't made any direct sales through my website since I started here at WA some 6 weeks ago, I do declare that have had some major successes as an indirect result of starting my website and doing the WA course:
- I have upped my presence and blogging considerably on many of the social media platforms - and this resulted in making more connections and follow ups on my interests and loves as encompassed by my niche than I ever thought possible;
- I have invested in a new business starting next year which is all I ever dreamed of - and only because I have followed the lessons, connected with cool people and products in my niche, and followed up on leads online towards my pot of gold - watch this space;
- I have pushed my dreams and been able to hug my family by taking them on my dream journey with me to such an extent that my family and I are together making that dream real - watch this space;
- I have been able to help, enlighten, and most of all been helped and enlightened by numerous people on this WA platform with a great many WOW's and EUREKAs for me, even at this day and age... ;
- I have rekindled my love for nature tenfold, and my specific love for gardening - vegetable gardening in particular - has hit my happy buttons time and time again. Hence this article that follows:
Changing the world, as we know, starts with myself. At home. Saving the world, it goes to follow, also starts with myself. At home. So I say, let's change the world AND save it - one SEED at a time.
This is my veggie patch at home in my suburban garden one month ago:
THIS is how I change the world. And save myself.
And FEED my family.
It's so simple. And soooo beautiful. Not to mention - sooo delicious.
Now look at my veggie patch:
Beans, cabbage, herbs, spinach, beetroot, chilly peppers, tomatoes, pumpkins, green peppers, and yes even papinos in the middle of suburbia, Joburg South Africa...
A website is like a garden. Patience, persistence. And enjoyment.
Have you started your veggie patch yet?
I'm loving it!
Check here for some ideas u can try for yourself to boost the growth and yield of your vegetable garden.