Tag Archives: Busy lifestyles

Land on the page – leading with creativity

Posted on 04. Jun, 2010 by .


I was struck with the urge to write this morning and followed that urge into my back sunroom. Often there’s a feeling I get that manifests the creative flow and frequently it gets dismissed due to time constraints, distractions or things I “should” be doing. That’s easy when I look at the state of my […]

Continue Reading

Key elements to support in a time of change

Posted on 01. Apr, 2010 by .


I’m writing outside today and it’s absolutely perfect; clear blue sky, moderate temperature, and the surrounding landscape is coming alive. In my last blog post I wrote about listening, observing, and paying attention to the signs of change and the positive effect that results in taking care and connecting most intimately with our own landscape. […]

Continue Reading

Planning life and business in a flurry of activity

Posted on 25. Feb, 2010 by .


Flurries today with a north-west wind. The weather outside is a reflection of how I’ve been operating this past week. I’m living among a flurry of activity that is whirling around me and could change in any direction, depending on how I manage it. This whirling requires a steady stance; not being swayed and focusing […]

Continue Reading

Finding rhythm in the new year

Posted on 06. Jan, 2010 by .


I haven’t quite got my rhythm back yet, I’m really scrambling to find it after the holidays. In a progressive attempt to find rhythm I began with my basement – yes, the dreaded basement with its boxes and layers of things once used, never used, and stored for another season or event.  Interestingly, this was […]

Continue Reading