I’ve always been a huge to do list maker. Not only do I make a lot of to do lists, they are also very long. Too long. Impossible to achieve long. Until I recently started to experiment with making three to do lists: • one is created with logic • one is created with intuition … Continue reading How to shorten your to do list by making three
I went back for my second intuitive painting class yesterday. As I mentioned last week, the purpose of the class is to focus on the process of painting rather than the product. Instead of approaching the blank canvas with a plan, you're asked to paint what you feel in the moment, even if it keeps … Continue reading Stuck? “Where’s the energy?”
When we are pursuing our big visions there will be times when our path becomes obscured. In Cheryl Strayed's, Wild, which I just finished reading, most of the time she knows where she is on the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) and where she wants to be at the end of her 1,100 mile hike. But … Continue reading How have you navigated directionless times in your life?