Home Remodeling!

There are a number of benefits to remodeling a home, but perhaps the most obvious is the breath of fresh air it can bring. IF you've been in your home for a while, you may be tiring of the same look and feel day in and day out. On the other hand, if you're considering selling your home, a remodel can greatly improve the value of a home.

One of the best returns on investment for a remodel is a new paint job. It doesn't cost much for the supplies, but the appearance of a fresh coat of paint can greatly improve the curb appeal of a home. Remember that perception drives the reality, so improving the exterior look of your home can drive up the price you can ask.

On the other hand, a kitchen remodel can have the most effect on a home. A new kitchen is one of the main elements homeowners look for; by updating your kitchen with a fresh paint job, new cabinets, and modern appliances, you can offer a compelling reason for potential buyers to purchase. Real estate experts say that outdated kitchens are one of the primary reasons buyers pass on purchasing a home.

If a home only has one bathroom, adding in a secondary bathroom or even a half-bath can have a great effect. Homes with only one bathroom are much more difficult to sell, as most homebuyers are young families looking for their first house. As a result, they often need more counterpace and bathrooms. On the flipside, homes with an abnormal number of bathrooms may suffer for poor use of space.

Outside of remodeling the inside of a home, the yard also has a huge effect on how a buyer perceives a property. By cleaning up the yard, putting in retainers around flowerbeds, and adding small elements to increase the look and feel of the home, you can greatly improve its value.
Home remodeling is an expensive but worthwhile investment. 

To find out more, check the free remodeling quotes here. A small investment can turn into a major return.

Reflect On This Project- Day 30/30 #InfinitePossibilitiesProject

Day 30: Reflect On This Project
Take out your journal or power-up your computer! Below are some questions that are designed to help you reflect on this project and how it has helped you over the past 30 days, plus how it will help you going forward during the rest of the year. 

Remember the quote "Today is the first day of the rest of your life"? 

Well, I do not know what it really means to me until now. Silly me!

But now I know and I loveeeee it! Thank you God for making things simple yet so beautiful. Thank you for the gift of life and infinite possibilities and even if our future is not promised, thank you for TODAY. 

You can answer any of the questions below, or you can just journal and reflect in your own way!

  1. What are 5 words that describe how this project has helped you?
  2. What have you learned about yourself through this project?
  3. What are your biggest takeaways from this experience?
  4. How has this project helped you move closer to your dreams?
  5. How have you changed over the past 30 days?
  6. How will this year be different than last year?
  7. What was your favorite activity and why?
  8. Will you use any of the activities you’ve practiced during the rest of the year? If so, which ones?
  9. Has participating in this project challenged you to face your fears?
  10. What’s the biggest realization you’ve had during the past 30 days?
  11. How will you continue with your own daily spiritual practice?


What Your Future Self Wants You To Know - Day 29/30 #InfinitePossibilitiesProject

Day 29: What Your Future Self Wants You To Know
This is another “act as if” activity. Picking up from yesterday’s activity, imagine your life 5 years in the future… imagine all you’ve learned, all you’ve experienced, and all the changes that have taken place. You are older, wiser, happier, and more at peace. From this perspective, write down at least 5 things your future self wants to tell your present day self to offer encouragement, wisdom, love and insight.

The future is promised to no one. Go for it!

For example:

  1. Spend more time with your family.
  2. Cherish your friendships that matter most.
  3. Save more money (or spend more money).
  4. Work harder or smarter or maybe don’t work so hard.
  5. Be more forgiving of yourself and others.
  6. Don’t take thinks so seriously, lighten up, have fun.


Write A "Whoohoo!" Letter From Your Future Self- Day 28/30 #InfinitePossibilitiesProject

Day 28: Write A "Whoohoo!" Letter From Your Future Self
Write a letter from your future-self 5 years from now to you, today. Tell yourself about your recent successes, the dreams of yours that have come true, what you did to achieve them, how your life looks right now, and so on. Be sure to write this as if all your current dreams have been reached. If you have a deeper understanding about life, a greater sense of peace and happiness, a clearer vision of what’s important to you, be sure to include that as well!

I want my future self to smile. Today, I am ready to pay the price.

  Here are some examples of things you might include in your letter:

  1. What does your life look like now?
  2. What’s the most unexpected change?
  3. What impact has your success had on your friends and family?
  4. What are your new dreams for the future?

Write An "I Rock Because..." List - Day 27/30 #InfinitePossibilitiesProject

Day 27: Write An "I Rock Because..." List
The practice of celebrating our own accomplishments, character, charm, wit, decisions, and difference-making that we orchestrate on a daily basis is a ritual worthy of developing. See yourself! Today, write an “I Rock because...” list to celebrate your own beauty, power and savoir-faire, as well as the progress you’re making in all areas of your life.

I rock because I love me!

"I decided long ago, never to walk in anyone's shadows
If I fail, if I succeed
At least I'll live as I believe

No matter what they take from me
They can't take away my dignity

Because the greatest love of all
Is happening to me

I found the greatest love of all
Inside of me

The greatest love of all
Is easy to achieve

Learning to love yourself
It is the greatest love of all"
 For example:

  1. I rock because I’m learning to love myself more each day.
  2. I rock because I drank a smoothie for breakfast.
  3. I rock because I’ve worked really hard to get to where I am.
  4. I rock because I’m always learning to see the best in others.
  5. I rock because I have friends and family who love me.
  6. I rock because I have a job that I’m passionate about.
  7. I rock because I’ve nailed this 30 day project!

If you’re feeling rather clever today, then definitely include some “I rocks…!” for things that you will soon “rock for,” as if you’ve already accomplished them! For example, “I rock for writing my first novel! Finding love when there seemed to be no hope! Getting my black belt in Karate...

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