The wonderful thing about life is that you can always change things that aren’t working for you anymore. You can always get a new start – and sometimes it’s as easy as setting the intention.
My newest start is with apartment gardening. I’m so inspired that I’m growing herbs from seeds… with very little effort. Since I don’t have a yard, patio, porch, or apartment greenspace that would appreciate me repotting plants and starting from seeds (or at least that I can tell from observation alone), my gardening adventures started with what I had: old soil. As good as I grow things, I have become a flower killer. So I finally pulled out some old, dead no-longer-flowering plants and threw some seeds in the pot. I added a touch of coffee grounds and water.
Then a week happened.
You don’t always need something fancy or brand new to create change. You’re enough. If you want a new start, it could be as easily as replacing something that is no longer serving you with a good idea, a sunny shelf, and a little hope. Just add water.