Many of us don’t realize that encouraging our children to write can have far reaching effects in their academic, social and emotional lives.
Spring is in the air and many of us have the itch to clean house – the closets, cupboards, windows, sheds, garages – both physical and emotional. Why not take the opportunity to do so?
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.
Using a journal to write out your thoughts and feelings offer many practical benefits that can make a world of difference to the way you function in your career, your relationships and your community.
What wonder of Nature do you like to look at? Whatever it is, look at it more often.
We are hardwired for storytelling. It has been part of the human experience long before there was written language.
Our written words take our thoughts, which often circle obsessively in our minds, out of that inner loop to a place outside of ourselves.
Journaling can be a deeply insightful and rewarding experience. Easy writing techniques and 365 engaging prompts in “Your Journal Companion” will help you discover such an experience.
A coaching client recently said to me, “I just want to check out of my life for a while! Is that wrong?” From my perspective the only thing wrong with this is calling it a “check out.” Some great tips on how to “check in” with your life.