Monthly Archives: May 2016

The story that turned my son away from TV

Sitting down to dinner the other day, Aidan asked if he could watch TV while he ate. “Nope,” I said, with the casualness warranted by a question we both know he knows the answer to. “Whyyyyyyyyyyy?” Not that I hadn’t … Continue reading

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Sheroes Write — a free, virtual writing retreat

Last week, I talked about the alchemy that takes place when we tell our stories… How we become bolder and braver, more present to who we actually are, instead of quietly obsessed with who we’re afraid we might be. And … Continue reading

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What happens inside — The alchemy of telling our stories

Dean and I were crossing paths in the kitchen the other day and I found myself trying to explain what happens when people tell their stories. It’s something I’m very passionate about (I bet you guessed that!) but I often … Continue reading

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The oatmeal is always greener

I’m serving clients this week, receiving and crafting their stories, so my mind is a little preoccupied when it comes to writing my own. So… I pulled this one from the archive of my first blog… The one I shared … Continue reading

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