Category: Self-expression

  • Week #14: Flow

    I practiced the following steps every day to get into a state of flow.

    1. Form a specific intention for the type of idea, experience, or result you’d like to request.
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  • Week #11: Fun

    My birthday week was nothing less than a massive roller coaster. And roller coasters are fun, aren’t they? Well, however I interpret it, it’s undeniable that the week was memorable.… Read more

  • Week #7: Engagement

    The power of engagement is that it gives us a deeper, richer experience of life. With recent events highlighting the importance of this value in my life, I’m glad that … Read more

  • NaNoWriMo 2020

    I’m participating in NaNoWriMo 2020! If you don’t know what this is, take a look. NaNoWriMo stands for National Novel Writing Month. It’s when people from across the globe … Read more

  • Conflict Resolution

    I was speaking to my therapist about conflict resolution today. I have a hard time expressing myself when I have a contrarian opinion with people who are close to me. … Read more

  • My relationship with my blog

    I was telling my friend the other day how, of late, I wasn’t feeling in the flow while writing blog posts. April had been magical. I was able to connect … Read more

  • April review and May challenge

    May is upon us! I’m excited. April was great despite the coronavirus lockdown. I thought I’d reflect on how April went and share what I have in mind for May.… Read more

  • Creative Inspiration

    I used to think that I had to wait for the creative inspiration to write something. I wanted to be one of those who had a brilliant flash of insight … Read more

  • How to use journaling

    Recently, the creative writing club that I’m a part of worked through the exercises given in the first chapter of Susan Tiberghien’s One Year to a Writing Life. It … Read more

  • Lessons from Beth March

    I just had a good cry this afternoon. I am reading Little Women for the second time (the first time was more than a decade ago) and today I read … Read more