“You’ve always had the power, my dear. You just had to learn it for yourself. “
—Glinda, the Good witch
Every one of us has a story to tell. We have our struggles and battles that can knock us off our feet and off-course. We can wander in a sort of fog, covering up great pain or sorrow with mindless attachments to our social media on our phones, our work, even various addictions. We forget, or lose touch with, who we are. We can survive and live this way for years.
Beginning in October, this class will use poetry and journaling prompts to help you navigate these challenging times we are living in. More details and registration in link below: Recalibrating: Finding Peace and Meaning during Uncertain Times through Journaling and Poetry
With more than 25 years of experience in the editorial world, I can provide a range of services, from publication management, to feature and news articles on a number of topics, white papers, ghostwritten articles, and basic copy and substantive editing. Below is a list of some of my services: Feature and news articles […]
“Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?”
Mary Oliver –
Do you ever feel overwhelmed, or as if you are just sleepwalking through life? Do you sometimes feel as if you want to make a change, but just don’t have the time or energy to think about how or what the change might be?
“Everyone has a story or a struggle that will break your heart.” –Brene Brown
I offer supportive coaching to help you get in touch with your authentic self. Using a combination of writing and mindfulness exercises, I help you gain clarity about the stories that have shaped your life, and to write them down, for yourself, for family, or for a larger audience. This is not therapy, although…
“Misquoting T.S. Eliot,” By Pamela McFarland, Third-Runner Up in Saturday Evening Post‘s Great American Short Fiction Contest, 2022 At 60, Evelyn is stuck in the past. Is it too late to open her heart? Doorway to Spring, by Pam McFarland, On Purpose Woman Magazine March/April Although trees are still bare, the first hints of […]