Sometimes we try to sanitize the parts of our story we worry others won’t like. Today, I’m digging up a little spring dirt with freedom and joy. This time, regarding my experience with “eastern philosophies” that were a big part of my Christian healing journey.
Everyone loves a free spirit, and as modern women, many of us (at least secretly) want to be one! But here's the big secret: being free doesn't mean we've actually been freed.Our Instagram feeds are stuffed daily with beautiful photos advocating a glamorously non-conformist "bohemian" lifestyle. While the sum total of what it means to … Continue reading 10 Hallmarks of a Truly Free(d) Spirit
Writer's Note: This is the 3rd in a 3-part series of embracing the natural, astrological or agricultural calendar that starts on the spring equinox, as a more easeful way of working for women. In Part 1, we looked at why biorhythms are so powerful, and women's bodies natural want to follow them. In Part 2, … Continue reading From “Resolutions” to “Intentions:” Toward a More Easeful, Natural Way of Setting Goals
"... we have forgotten how to dance bare-footed on the earth to the cadence of our souls. we have forgotten the ritual fires and the acrid tang of holy smoke on our tongues.” ― Beth Morey, Night Cycles: Poetry for a Dark Night of the Soul
Writer's note: This post is the second in a series of posts exploring the natural calendar as a more easeful planing tool for women. Last week in the first installment, we looked at why biorhythms are a powerful, more harmonious way for women to get things done in tune with their bodies. Happy New Year … Continue reading Find an easier, more sustainable, more feminine productivity groove by switching to the natural calendar
Writer's Note: This post is one of many I'm sharing from a blog I wrote several years ago called The Scrappy Storyteller. Though the blog is no longer live, I'm sharing select posts here, as a part of my quest to reconnect with and celebrate past iterations of my creative self. This post is also … Continue reading As The Moon Goes: Biorhythms in Creativity