Many of the prompts in my book, Your Journal Companion, can lead to great storytelling on paper as you allow yourself to write about the experiences that have shaped your life and hold meaning for you.
I learned a lot from my father, some lessons took longer to learn than others.
I could take up space in this blog and write about what mine mean to me, and you might find it interesting. But the value and meaning of friendship is as unique for each person as his/her fingerprint, so exploring your friendships is what will actually benefit you.
When a human being unconditionally offers love, nurturance, protection and acceptance, with patience and compassion, s/he is expressing the heart essence of motherhood.
I’d like to propose that failure doesn’t truly exist. It is not a condition of “being” or result of experience, but simply a judgment of the mind
It is National Poetry Month. I wonder if this intrigues people or makes them glaze over because they think poetry has nothing to do with their lives … But I say, we all have poetry in our lives.
It is National Stress Awareness Day but the majority of us don’t need a special day to acknowledge the stress in our lives. Many feel its repercussions constantly.
If you or someone you love has experienced a physical or emotional trauma, you know all too well that such experiences wreak havoc with the body-mind system. Studies show that writing about painful experiences can help lessen the pain and symptoms of trauma.
It’s Garden Week! The best excuse I know to dig in the dirt and commune with the earth, plant some spring flowers, pot fragrant herbs or prune those rose bushes so they rejuvenate and yield abundant blossoms.
What wonder of Nature do you like to look at? Whatever it is, look at it more often.