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A Story of Support

As we continue to explore the topic of Support this month, here is a story – an example of what the process can be like when we are experimenting with the idea of Support in our lives. She looked down at her journal and felt a calmness within. She thought about the exercise she had …

What Does Support Look Like For You?

The Mood Ladies have a new routine starting this month. Well, they’ve actually had this routine for over a year – in the online program that they run (see a version here). Now they decided it was time to make it more public. That means each month has a theme and we’ll be exploring the …

3 Questions Toward More Simplicity

Simplicity….it really is a favorite word of mine. It feels just so…clean and light and well,…simple. I’ve noticed that’s it one of those things that seems to remain on the top of my list each year. How can I make things more simple?  How can I have fewer things? How can I focus on what …

Where is Your Focus?

These days it can be a challenge not to be swept away by all that is happening in the world around us – whether we are impacted directly or indirectly. It can feel that we have no control, which leaves us feeling powerless. However, even in the most challenging times, we still can decide where …

Now is the perfect time for Love

I’ve been writing short articles on the Artful Journey themes (aka Mood Lady themes) for years now. Last year, I wrote one each week for 49 weeks. I made myself a schedule of themes and followed it pretty well, unless some theme was simply a mis-match for that week for some reason. This year, I’ve …

Personal Power is where the Real Power is

I listened to the news and sighed. My body felt heavy. My heart hurt. I recognized the need to listen to the details – to hear the personal stories and to cry alongside everyone affected. I also recognized the need to keep myself separate. Not in order to block it out or deny that this …

Whose Version of Success Are You Living?

I can remember when I first realized that Success was something I could define for myself. Until that time, which happened to be in my 40s, I had always been living some other version – one I’d heard others talk about. One I’d seen on TV or in the movies – filled with things that …

A Story of Connection

When she moved to San Francisco, she was excited — excited to be in the beautiful city, excited to meet new people, excited to connect with a few old friends and family who lived relatively close. She found a job that paid extremely well that she knew she could do. There had been so many changes in …