Opening the Gift of Nature

God speaks to me profoundly through Nature. Plain and simple. Some folks say that you can only know Divine guidance through the Bible, listening to a sermon or inspirational teaching, going to church or temple services, praying a certain way or time of day, doing yoga or meditation regularly, or following spiritual rituals in a [...]

Becoming a Wise Woman of Action

There is a deep knowing in our Feminine Soul which guides us in our life journey. This Wise Woman of our Feminine Soul carries us through, walks beside us and shows us direction, primal and instinctual, through our creative intuition. Our Feminine Soul is there all the way through, learning as a child, maiden, mother [...]

The Importance of the Story of Our Feminine Soul

Something has been stirring in my heart lately as I journey into the first couple of months of 2017.  I am noticing the importance of Story…our Stories…specifically for women, our Stories of the Feminine Soul. With the news of the upcoming June birth of my grand-daughter, Emma Catherine, I have been shifting into what being [...]

By |2017-02-10T18:21:56-05:00February 10th, 2017|Art Journaling, encouragement, Women's Issues|0 Comments

Mud-Walking: Navigating the Path through Transition

There is an art of how to walk in mud.  One evening I was running an errand and the only place I could park close to my destination was right smack in the muddy parking lot!  I had to think about how to park so that when I stepped out I would be in the [...]

By |2016-12-29T18:32:39-05:00February 19th, 2015|Attitude, Coaching, Women's Issues|0 Comments

Mothering the Empty Nest: Lessons from the Bluebird

It is now the first day of July. Yesterday I cleaned out the bluebird box for the second time this brooding season. Two broods of bluebirds already!  This reminded me of this blog post I made, a few years back in October, about being a mother and a parent and going into a new life [...]

By |2016-12-29T18:32:40-05:00July 1st, 2014|Women's Issues|0 Comments

The Single Woman’s Guide to Your Life Vision

What was it Like in the Old Days? When my Mother got married in the 1930s, she was given a little humorous book, called How to Get Your Man and Hold Him by a friend.  Reading this jewel of a book prompted me in thinking about “what women want” now in 2014 regarding marriage.  Being [...]

By |2016-12-29T18:32:41-05:00January 28th, 2014|Art Journaling, Creativity, encouragement, Women's Issues|0 Comments

Come Away to the Calm: Benefits of Taking Personal Retreat

Ever felt overwhelmed by the constant barrage of activity, work or family demands, and to-do lists? Do you crave quiet, peace, a time to think without interruption? If this sounds like you, it may be time for a personal retreat, a time for reflection, receiving, restoration through connection with your heart, soul, spirit, and your [...]

By |2016-12-29T18:32:41-05:00October 2nd, 2013|retreats, Women's Issues|0 Comments

The Red Cape Syndrome: Women in Burnout (*Free* Playsheet)

Women juggle many roles: jobs, mommies, wives, chauffeurs, students, grandmothers, leaders. … the list goes on.  These roles are all demanding and the hours are few!  A woman who is focused on getting it ALL done can be trying to live up to high expectations, whether self-imposed or other directed.  Operating on the assumption that [...]

By |2016-12-29T18:32:41-05:00September 17th, 2013|Women's Issues|0 Comments