Articles on Journaling

1 September 2020

No boundaries

Half an oyster shell on grainy sand

Thoughts about being a 60+ woman and COVID-19 as it relates to boundaries. Prior to COVID-19, I was writing in my journal about being a woman in her 60’s who is living life full on, with purpose. This life with purpose feels like confidence, expanding horizons. The ‘world is my oyster’ type of feeling. I’m […]

17 June 2020

Courage Part 1

What do we need in order to process and thrive following a defining moment in time? When I think of the defining moments of my life: moments that have had a before and after; moments that had an element of adversity, something to push through or get through; moments that involved change on every level. […]

5 May 2020

Choice

Dancing in the rain, detail

I was reflecting in my journal recently that I seem to have wasted large chunks of my life waiting for an event to arrive or for something to be over. Does that resonate with you? What if I could live life now and fully? What if instead of wishing for an end to social distancing […]

17 March 2020

These things I know

Update August 2020. As we start to come out of the pandemic lock down, summer in the Northern hemisphere is here. There is gradual re-opening, but the stress continues. My observation is we are all exhausted, from the prolonged stress and the uncertainty. To add to this, events in the US and Canada have brought […]

2 March 2020

As if it already is

Corporate group working on vision wall hanging from team building workshop

What if I could visualize where I’m going in my business and operate as if I’m already there? How would that transform my business? Just as an artist thinks of a design in her mind, does a few sketches and sees the completed piece as if it has already happened, could I learn to do […]