Tag: Learning

Be Proud of Your Accomplishments!

It doesn’t matter how big or small the mountain you conquered is, the important thing is you conquered  it!



We have all had that satisfying feeling of accomplishment at one time or another. Whether you closed a huge deal at work or you simply finally got that last piece of the puzzle in place. The fact of the matter is “You Did It”. You didn’t give up and you pushed on right up until the end.

Take time to celebrate your accomplishments and how far you have come. Don’t focus on what you have left to do but on all you have done.  As another year draws to an end, just think of what may be in the next year. Make a plan to do something you always wanted to do or were afraid to do. Start small and see where that takes you. You will see that your self confidence and perseverance will build and allow you to shoot for the stars!


As you say good-bye to this year and venture into the next be willing to go where it takes you. Sometimes the unknown can be scary, but when faced head on it will usually turn out to be not nearly as scary as you thought. Once again you will experience that wonderful feeling of accomplishment.

Many famous people throughout time had no idea how their accomplishments would shape the future. Do you think that Navy engineer Richard James every thought that while he was trying to figure out how to use springs to keep the sensitive instruments aboard ships from rocking themselves to death,  that the “SLINKY” would be born. He knocked one of his prototypes over and instead of crashing to the floor, it gracefully sprang downward, and then righted itself. So pointless — so nimble — so slinky. The spring became a goofy toy of many childhoods—that is before every kid inevitably gets theirs all twisted up and ruins it. 300 million sold worldwide!



Never give up, you never know what the outcome might be!

Compare yourself only to yourself.







School Gardens

Thinking about building a garden for your school? Great idea! The benefits of adding a school garden are numerous and profound! Some of those include changing eating habits, improving test scores, connecting children to the environment, helping fight childhood obesity, promoting physical activity and changing attitudes towards learning.
All in all, school gardens are a great opportunity for fun and physical activity while serving as an important educational tool to help students understand how healthy food is produced.

School garden learning

Our first Lady Michelle Obama has been on a mission to encourage everyone to raise healthier children. One of the action steps she recommends is a school garden that would support all the goals that ‘Lets Move‘ campaign is trying to accomplish.

School garden-Michelle Obama


We couldn’t agree more. And with Flower Power you will not only have the bulbs and seeds to build your school garden, you will raise funds for school projects in the process as well!
Flower Power offers 50% profit on every sale you make! And the products are 100% guaranteed!

Flower Power has two programs, the Fall program, which we are currently in, offers ‘Spring Blooming Bulbs’ which you plant in the fall and see blooming in the spring. In the Spring program we offer ‘Summer blooming Bulbs’ and vegetables. From Tomatoes, radishes and lettuce to cucumbers, onions and beets! We also have green beans , carrots, zucchini and squash. For the fruit lovers we offer red strawberries and white strawberries. We also offer seed mixes that attract hummingbirds and butterflies, which can be a great topic of discussion with school children.

As you can see, it’s a ‘win-win’ situation, you build your school garden and raise funds for other projects at the same time.

Don’t forget to check out this checklist for building a school garden.

For more information on Flower Power Fundraising go to http://www.flowerpowerfundraising.com or call us at 1-888-833-1486

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Happy Fundraising and Planting!