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All too often, I find myself being hard on myself. I tend to give more love to others than myself. I realised I jumped the gun on restarting the blog. I forgot to post last Sunday because I was trying to force myself into a new routine that I wasn’t 100% ready for.

When I remembered I was supposed to post something, and didn’t, I started to beat myself up. I thought “well, I messed up. Maybe I should give this all up.” But I don’t want to give up again. I have worked hard on this blog and it has brought me many rewards in the past.

I’m not going anywhere this time. So, this year I want to dedicate my “Give love Project”(creating hearts from nature) to myself and I hope you all do the same for yourselves too. We all need a little love and its best to start with ourselves. See you soon! šŸ˜Š šŸ’–

Give Love Project’s Fourth Year

2nd yr. winner Jennifer Bradshaw with her family beach heart ā€œNature Loveā€.

Though I am still going to be away from the blog for a bit, I didn’t want to miss posting about “The Give Love Project.” Plus theĀ annual Give Love Project is on it’s fourth year! I couldn’t miss that šŸ˜‰ .

 

Starting now until the 29th of this July, make a small or large art project expressing some form of love. Take a picture of your creation and leave it where others may find it. You can use chalk, sticks, stones, leaves, flowers, mud, pine cones, or anything else that will not harm or damage the environment.Ā You are welcome to share your pictures to the links near the bottom of this post.

 

Project Details

  • When: FromĀ JuneĀ 23rdĀ until July 23rd.

  • What: For an entire month I challenge everyone to create love for others with a small or large art project expressing some form of love. Remember to snap a pic and write in of your experience. You may send in as many photos as you wish.Ā There are more examples inĀ Heart Art Series. I found another good one on Pinterest.

  • Where: Create your piece anywhere as long as it doesnā€™t interfere with laws or is harmful for the environment.

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Send Pictures to one of the following:
Email: unfoldingtheheart.gmail.com
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/UnfoldingTheHeartDiscoveringTheSelf
Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/613556118730812/

 

If you have any questions about theĀ month long project, you may contact me through one of the contacts above. Have fun and I look forward to seeing your creative expressions of love!

 

 

 

*Because of recent events there won’t be any prizes this year, but I hope that doesn’t stop you from creating your nature heart. ā¤ *

 

Monday Moments: First Day of Spring

In Memory of Laura Jean Bradshaw

Once free from the seed, now flutters towards sunlight.