I have four lights altogether in two rooms that I want to power with one service. Each room has a SPST switch that will turn on two lighting fixtures in that room. I want to be able to turn the lights on in each room without having to worry if the other switch in the other room is on or not, so I do NOT want a three way switch setup.
I am also concerned with having to wire grounds in all my resistors as well. Do I need to, or is just wiring lead/neutrals going to work? I did not think it was necessary so my diagram does not have grounds included. However, my Romex is 14/2, so if I have to, the option is there.
I have been researching many videos/tutorials for this schematic, but can not find any that match what I am trying to do. I have also looked for some related answers here on Electrical Engineering, but could not find any that match. From what I know about parallel wiring, I believe I have this schematic correct, but I just need to make sure. Measure twice, cut once.