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Issue 16,  August 3, 2009     —      Sharon Elaine, Affirmations for Luck

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The Everyday Guide for Transitioning to a Green Lifestyle
Chris Prelitz

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Do you have a green thumb at heart?

In Green Made Easy, author and green pioneer Chris Prelitz shares how to be both environmental and economical at the same time. Going green is not only good for our planet, it’s good for your pocketbook. For over 20 years, Chris has been helping businesses, home owners, and corporations lower their monthly expenses by going green. Chris and his wife, Becky, share a green solar-powered home in Laguna Beach, California, which Chris designed and built. Most months they produce more power than they use and receive a credit from their power company instead of a bill!

In this book, Chris shares personal experiences, lessons learned, and reflections that humorously touch the heart and inspire the spirit. The chapter “Busting Green Myths” will sway even the most cynical person toward better eco-choices that will also save money. Chris says, “We’re rediscovering that it’s so much healthier, more lucrative, and better for every living thing to transition away from wasteful, polluting technologies and make choices that work in harmony with nature.”

Green Made Easy is written in a friend-to-friend, conversational style and examines our daily lives from personal care and cosmetics to solar-energy systems. This book will delight and inspire any and all who dream of making a difference and wish to create a thriving, healthy future for generations to come.

"When I read Green Made Easy, it changed the way I look at the planet and I hope it does the same for you. As we work our way through today’s economic challenges, Chris can also show you how going green is both good for our planet and good for your pocketbook. His book is packed with information that makes going green simple, inexpensive and meaningful. Chris sprinkles “Green Bites” throughout that are both inspiring and enjoyable.

Remember, this comes from a man who receives a credit from his utility company every month instead of a bill!"
– Christiane Northrup, M.D.

Chris Prelitz
is the son of an ocean and aerospace engineer father and a mother of Native American descent who grew up on a rural farm. Raised in the midst of these two extreme views of life provided Chris with an appreciation for both high-tech and simple indigenous principles that have stood the test of time yet have been mostly forgotten. Chris is a pioneer of the green movement, heading a successful design-build firm with projects ranging from off-grid solar ranches to the first solar-powered restaurant and solar auto dealership in the U.S. He has served on environmental advisory boards at city, state, and national levels. Chris now touches audiences globally with his uplifting green message, appearing regularly in the print and broadcast media, including the premier episode of the Discovery Channel’s Greenovate show.


I’ve been told I’m very lucky.  Many of you know that one of my main hobbies is entering sweepstakes online.  I have a book coming out soon to instruct others how to do this fun, easy and lucrative hobby.    I’ve won so much during the years and it’s always been a lot of fun. I talk with people a lot about how to enter sweeps, and I love it when others win as well. 

What I find most often, from those who do not win, is the negative way they talk to themselves.  They will actually write me and say: “I never win anything”, “if it weren’t for bad luck, I’d have none at all”.   Not a huge shock to me why they’re not winning, how about to you?  You make your own luck, and believing you can win and focusing on your luck is a huge step in the process of bringing fun wins to you of all kinds. Remember to stay loving and generous in the process, for stingy thoughts only bring stingy wins.  Have fun with this one and see if your luck begins to improve.

I make my own good luck
I'm a very lucky person
I am entering a very long lucky time of my life
Good luck is everywhere
I feel lucky today
I'm guilt-free about being lucky
Lucky times are here
I feel lucky to know all the people I have in my life
I accept all good luck that comes my way today
My luck now changes to the good, forever
I have a feeling that my luck is changing for the better
I help my good luck along with positive actions
I make my own good luck
My good luck is now coming to pass

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The Book of Affirmations
by Sharon Elaine

The affirmations on this page are taken from Sharon Elaine's, The Book of Affirmations with which the reader can make a powerful, positive difference in their life with only a few minutes of positive self-talk a day. We do have power over our thoughts!

This books shows that the future is ours to create whatever life we want for ourselves. Change our mind and we change our reality!

In this book Sharon Elaine has created carefully worded affirmations for almost every possible need.

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