You may be surprised to hear that I landed in my first Alcoholics Anonymous meeting at the tender age of seven. Before you freak out, let me assure you that I wasn’t an alcoholic at seven. I was there because my parents were required to be there and they didn’t have anything to do with me except bring me along. So there I was.
Live Your Adventure by Elizabeth Hambleton When Camille and I first started the Journaling Collective, we did so because we saw the need for consistent journaling and reflection in our own lives. The inspiration for this week comes from a similarly personal place. The theme was inspired by something that came up while I was … Read more
As a writing coach, I know the benefits that come from a regular writing practice and I want to help make sure you are experiencing those.
Living a more confident, balanced, and healthy life
Healing from past pain and trauma
Easing anxiety and depression
Gaining a better understanding of your life
Tapping into your inner voice and intuition
Overcoming the blocks that prevent you from embodying your best self
Feeling more empowered to make changes
Contextualizing life’s setbacks and minor frustrations
As an entrepreneur and mom of three, I’m not proud to admit that I’m always busy and constantly in a rush.
I think it is in my nature to be in a hurry though – ever since I was little, I’ve been one of those people on a mission to get from point A to point B. My walk is more of a trot and it would be out of character for me to take a casual stroll or go window shopping.
I find it REALLY hard to slowwww down.