I've never had much affinity with the moon, but I do love the sun. I greet the sun with a poem or a devotion every morning thanking him for bringing light to the world and warming the earth. I talk to the trees in my yard and thank them for their beauty and for offering their branches to the birds who's sweet songs delight my ears. My two magnolia trees are the embodiment of one set of my grandparents. I ask for their protection and thank them for the love they give. I hang windchimes and other whatnots...Grandma's earrings according to the grandkids...in one of the trees. I offer my thanks and appreciation and joy to the universal powers that be when I smell newly cut grass, fresh dug earth, the scent of rain... I love standing on the back porch feeling the wind pummel my body. My every day is as sensual as I can make it. I love life.
I do magick when I have a need. I light candles sometimes for nothing more than to say thank you to the universe for all I have and all I am. Henry Miller said, "Do anything, but let it produce joy." That is how I try to live my life these days.
To answer your other questions... My living room coffee table is my altar and is the center of focus in my home. I am a reiki practitioner and employ candle magick and crystals in my healings. I have quite a large crystal collection that is displayed in a curio cabinet in my living room. My altar currently consists of a large silver pentagram, various crystals, tingsha bells, a rattle, a small cauldron for sage burning, a mother earth goddess statue, candle holders, a stuffed salamander and other whatnots.
Reading and research is first and foremost in my life. I read every reiki book I can get my hands on as well as many other books on candle magick, magick, paganism, spells... I like to know what others think and how they practice.
As to jewelry, I have a nice sized silver wire wrapped double terminated quartz crystal that I wear quite often. I do have a pentacle that I wear once in a blue moon. Wearing a symbol of my beliefs is not important to me. There is a quote that says, "Preach the gospel. Use words if necessary." I like that. My life reflects who I am, not a piece of jewelry.