Writing is voice-finding; hand-recording our knowings, thoughts, stories that want to come forth… through us. Putting it out there for others to hear or see is a courageous and risky thing. Some may distance themselves from us because of it. Why am I afraid to tell you who I am? Because … you may not… Continue reading Writing our voices
What if, first, we got clear on how we actually wanted to feel within ourselves and then we designed our to-do lists? (Danielle LaPorte, The Fire Starter Sessions) Another Monday Morning Light Fire- Starter-inspired conversation. A key question to ask FIRST: How do I want to feel? And then, When do I feel that way… Continue reading How do I want to Feel?
I shared Monday Morning Light with my tribe last week, and a dear friend gently noted that 10 AM Central is actually 11 AM Eastern… Oh sugar… This is how I stay humble because the spirit of life has such a delightful way of playing with me… So I corrected my post here and updated… Continue reading Humbled again …
Sun shining through windows. Sweet Monday mornings … a brand new week. I’m inspired and excited to offer Monday Morning Light conference calls, beginning Monday, April 2, at 11 am Eastern (Your Time Here). I LOVE sun shining in my space and face; it energized me to create, to write, to soak in grace and… Continue reading Monday Morning Light
Doubted yourself? Wanted something to work out for you? Chances are if you’re alive and conscious, you’ve felt like a failure already. Maybe you’re still in that mucky place and would love to figure out how to get out of it. I can help with that. Step 1: Talk to somebody. I’ve been there, in… Continue reading Ever felt like a failure?
When steam builds up, the tea kettle whistles. Nature’s way and Ours We’ve all said words we regret. They came out of a time, a moment, when we were not feeling loved, cherished, and adored. It’s often little things that build up. Whatever set our emotions off was probably something minor, normally no big deal–except… Continue reading Relationships and words