What makes you rich, if not money?

Cloudy Sunshine

Plenty of ideas but no money… do you recognize that?

It’s true, I don’t have any big savings but I’m rich on ideas! Today is Blog Action Day and I read about idea poverty at D*I*Y* Planner. Check it out. I know just as little about that as I know about real poverty, though I do try to change some things! I hope you’re helping too, in any way you can. That’s all I’m going to say about poverty today.

Thought I’d share my new flickr favorites today!?

Inspiration Mosaic - September 2008

Inspiration Mosaic - Sept-October 2008
Inspiration Mosaic September and October 2008.

What makes you rich, if not money? Make a list!

I can think of plenty!

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16 Responses to What makes you rich, if not money?

  1. Rachel says:

    This is such a great idea! I think I’ll make a list in my journal. I’ll start by listing the kitty on my lap…

  2. Courtney says:

    Neat idea! If anything, I’m excessively idea-rich and a bit time-impoverished. Thanks for even more inspiration : )

  3. sara says:

    to eat good food everyday!

  4. leaca says:

    love these. great source of inspiration. thanks for including me.

  5. Hi:
    Just came upon your blog from some quilting blogs, and one posted the happy dance guy. Thank you for posting it, it made me laugh.
    Then, I saw your question: What makes you rich, if not money? I will give you my answer: “The blessing of the LORD, it maketh rich, and he addeth no sorrow with it.” Proverbs 10:22–The Word of God.
    ^__^

  6. Great idea, th first thing that comes to mind is all the wonderful people I meet through blogging. You are one of the best.

    Hugs,

    Kate

  7. iHanna says:

    Rachel,
    aren’t cats the greatest thing? I feel grateful every time my cat Smilla graces me with her presense and snuggle up (not too often unfortunately…)
    I hope you’re having fun with your blog? I think it is great!

    Courtney,
    time-emboverished – haha, love that expression!

    Bunches of yarn,
    I believe it’s our own thinking that does so much of the “addeth sorrow”-doing!
    Thanks for taking the time to comment!

    Wow Kate,
    that’s super nice of you to say! Thank you, I am flattered! :-)

  8. Caty says:

    Love of course!

    Nature!

    have access to water

    have access to food and care

    can swim

    hundreds of thouthands of ideas :)

    some special friends and family

    books

    music

    colours

    a camera (to see the world in different ways)

    notebooks to be filled

    magic everywhere

    smiles

    good thoughts

    hope

  9. Gabrielle says:

    Hmm let’s say imagination, colors, the sun, happy people passing by on the street, the diversity, school (education), family…. Love that, it is indeed a good journaling idea :) writing that down right now.
    You really bring different topic every posts that make me think and are always new interesting ideas, i love it!

  10. trish says:

    If only we could always sit down to create and feel no pressure! Thank YOU for all the links! I still didn’t make it through all of your archives yet!!I keep telling myself I won’t look for new links because I can’t keep up with what I have found but I just love finding (great) new sites!!
    hope you have a great day, and thanks for the comment!!

  11. Chris says:

    Let me tell you about money, sweetie.. Your blog makes me rich with happiness. I love your musings, your philosophies, your searchings, your yearnings, and your photography and art. Keep it up. You make life better!

  12. MissKoolAid says:

    Inspiration makes me rich. And giving to others, to the world makes me rich.

    Thought you might enjoy this project:
    http://www.29gifts.org

    *hugs*
    Sophie

  13. Ellen says:

    Hi Hanna,

    You are great!! I wanted to ask a tech tip…how do you make a mosaic using just one month of favourites on Flickr?
    I also signed up for an online drawing course after hearing about it on this site: http://blog.journalcraft.co.uk/

    A neat site that you might want to check out – I don’t think it’s completely in swing.
    And I think I’ll sign up for Art Every Day or Creativity Every Day. November can be such a blah month otherwise.

    Best,
    Ellen

  14. Jeannine says:

    Oh, my cats, for sure.

    I also feel rich when I’m cooking. I’m always so please by the alchemy of taking a few ingredients and focused time to create a lovely meal. What many people see as a chore, I see as a slice of focused creativity that feeds me in more way than one.

    Great post, Hanna!

    xoxo

  15. RuggigHund says:

    What a wonderful inspirational source in those collages! Love it!

  16. iHanna says:

    RuggigHund,
    Ja, flickr ?r en plats d?r jag st?ndigt hittar bilder som f?r mig att tappa andan! Tack f?r kommentaren och bes?ket!

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