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When daring gets me into trouble…

When daring gets me into trouble…

Today my husband, Ben, and I went climbing in southern New Hampshire with a few of his friends. This is a normal thing. But today I got a bit more than I bargained for. Much like our little dog, when I get bored, I wander. After my first climb I started exploring the cliffs. IContinue Reading

Simple.

I am lying when I say that I need to be on Facebook all day in order to do my job. It’s a distraction. There are only a few directed tasks I need it for. Beyond that I can minimize the chatter. This morning had been one of good food, a hot shower, no distractions,Continue Reading

Listening

Too late for second-guessingToo late to go back to sleep It’s time to trust my instincts Close my eyes: and leap! (from Defying Gravity) To maintain sanity I am fliping back and forth between a high-energy Glee soundtrack and listening to the soundtrack of the natural environment.  I leave tomorrow. I leap tomorrow. Or haveContinue Reading

Went Something Like This

I talk to myself. Today the conversation went something like this. Me 1: Sometimes I just wonder whether that small voice inside that says that I will never accomplish this huge vision I have is right. What if that voice is not the inner critic? What if that voice is just reality and my visionContinue Reading

About To Jump

I am standing on the edge of a cliff. I have made the decision to jump. I know I will miraculously grow wings and fly, or maybe land in that mysterious net that appears when we need it, or plunge deep into warm and soothing waters that will carry me, or something like that. ButContinue Reading

Smarter

Recently I have noticed that my words have dried up. I have less desire to describe my world and less ability to formulate anything I feel is worth reading. I like writing, but recently it had dried up.  I have a hypothesis that stress has pushed it out because the desire to string words togetherContinue Reading

The Blur. The Rush.

Traveling always seems to allow time to play tricks on me. These last couple weeks here in the Northwest have really flown by. They kind of feel like a blur. We did a lot of relaxing and exploring, but also a lot of working. I am talking about Seek Your Course wherever I go becauseContinue Reading

Savor

I was inspired  to think again about the word savor by Andrea Scher’s post about savoring life.  Savor is a word I want to acknowledge more in my life. I’ve learned to eat fast, work constantly, and even my procrastination doesn’t involve taking in beautiful things slowly. So instead of doing the same again IContinue Reading

Pace

The pace of a public school is swift and so was my life last year. My classroom was my own, but the fact that I had a room full of young teens and a behemoth list of topics to cram in before the end of the year pushed me into hyperdrive whether I wanted toContinue Reading

Cooking Cassoulet

For the past few years I really saw cooking daily meals as a barrier between myself and the things I wanted to do. With teaching all day long, coming home to cook for an hour or two before doing anything else just felt like torture.  Now that I work from home and spend most ofContinue Reading

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Mila Bowman

Mila Bowman

Artist & Blogger at encouragecreative.com

The systems approach helps me feel like I have so much more control over my ever-evolving flow of ideas and projects. I’m feeling vastly more confident in taking on a new project I have in the works, and in growing my creative business. It’s like my left brain and right brain just high-fived each other! This is exactly what I needed. You rock!
Rachél Payne

Rachél Payne

Life Coach at creativitytribe.com

I have the job of a lifetime, using my creativity to help others connect with theirs. But there is one thing I don't love about my business, getting caught up in the technical processes it requires. Jess Greene’s Creative Ease classes have been a lifesaver. They have broadened what I knew was possible and helped me get unstuck in several areas. But what is best, her online class is easy to take, which is perfect for a Creative Spirit like me.
Qaadira Allen

Qaadira Allen

Artist & Educator at centerfortransformativeart.com

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Jenny Chatterton

Jenny Chatterton

Creative Explorer at Honor Your Journey

Thank you for the classes I took a couple of weeks ago. My Google calendar has become my friend and...I decided to begin with the Google Tasks. Using that and the calendar have at the very least DOUBLED my productivity. Had to thank you for getting me out of the overwhelm and into my creativity!
Lisa Hofmann

Lisa Hofmann

Dream Catcher at innerglowselfcare.blogspot.com

I have EMBRACED my google calendar and am loving it. Don't know why I resisted so long. And Evernote has been a help to have those "memory nets" in place to hold onto the chaotic content of my mind. Thank you so much for your suggestions and guidance. It helps knowing these structures exist to help me contain everything!
Marilyn LoRusso

Marilyn LoRusso

Creative Visionary at visionart-studio.blogspot.com

Jess Greene is a wonderful instructor. She is extremely knowledgeable, organized and patient. I thoroughly enjoyed the class...I would definitely take another class with Jess Greene.