According to the Farmer's Almanac:
- "The New Moon and first quarter, or waxing phases, are considered fertile and wet.
- The new and first-quarter phases, known as the light of the Moon, are considered good for planting above-ground crops, putting down sod, grafting trees, and transplanting."
My hubs illustrated a spring-themed Big Vision worksheet (see the cute eggs in the nest?) for you to download and fill out.
Here is the dropbox link to download the PDF. Let me know if you have any trouble with it.
Those of you who downloaded the Feb/March and March/April worksheets know the drill. Remember, it is OK if your goals grow and change. Don't be afraid to revise your 2010 and seasonal goals each month.
For newbies, start by writing down your three big goals for 2010.
Take one of those 2010 goals, and write down what you would like to achieve, related to that goal, during the spring (March 20-June 21).
Then, write down one thing you would like to achieve related to your spring goal during the next lunar month (April 14-May 13).
Repeat the process for your other two 2010 goals.
If you feel yourself tightening up around making goals, put your feet on the floor, take a deep breath, look around, and relax! Think of your goals as little wishes you're making.
Know that writing them down, looking at them throughout the month, and taking small steps towards achieving them will make them a little more likely to come true, and if they don't, no biggie! You have next month to review them, decide if you need to take different actions, and make new ones.
The most important thing is to have fun with it (: