to believe is like breathing

🎊prompt and a sparkly dare✨ — 🎆 what would you do if you knew you could not fail? #NYEArtParty2017

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It has been one week since we celebrated a new calendar year. We have wishes and dreams-awaiting … our response to “new” is alive [if only faintly] within each of us.

One of the prompts I shared at this year’s New Year’s Eve Party was:

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concentrate on one thing

Hello, 2017 🎊 #morningafter #NYEArtParty2017 // 🎆🙌🏽🔮📿 … beginning of a life of which I could have only dreamed. -Neale Donald Walsh

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The important thing is to start. Somewhere. -Tammy Garcia, Daisy Yellow

Simply begin. Doing one thing. Anything.  Continue reading

[modules versus annual subscription?]

My ticket to explore! [embellished art from Module 1] — Index Card Planning + Creative Inspiration to Explore The 💫 Galaxy of {your} Life.

Would you mind explaining a bit more about the difference between the annual subscription and the modules?

Short answers:

  • Annual Subscription: annual purchase to receive a monthly journal-planning guide + themed resources + group coaching. [availability expired December 31, 2016]
  • Modules: a one-time, monthly purchase; a baby step introduction into creative planning. Details below …

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a new start

Dear Braveheart, {you} are the expert. Trust what is in your heart to say, do and be. Designate "Day One" beginnings any day you need to begin again. 💖✨

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When we are angry or depressed in our creativity, we have misplaced our power. We have allowed someone else to determine our worth, and then we are angry at being undervalued. -Julia Margaret Cameron

My timeline for completing projects has become a tangled mess; and I have misplaced my power. Time to decide to new start lines and to go simple … Continue reading