Favorite Things, Friends, Life, Soul Homework, Universe, Writing

Reading and Books- A to Z

My friend Ally recently shared a fun blog post idea in which she answered questions about her reading and book preferences. This was passed on to her by another blogger, so feel free to carry on with this fun idea on your blog or in your journal if you don't have a blog. Author you've read the… Continue reading Reading and Books- A to Z

Family, Favorite Things, Life, Soul Homework, Summer, Travel, Universe, Writing

Sacred Space

The word sacred has been on my radar a lot in recent weeks. One day in June, I read the word in a daily affirmation passage from a book I love. "With the best of intentions, we often build false careers of studying the river without ever getting wet. In this way, we can ponder… Continue reading Sacred Space

Life, Menopause, My Book, Soul Homework, Writing

Final Chapter- Not My Mother’s Menopause

So, what book am I going to write next? I'll write any book you agree on in the comments. Unless you decide on toe fungus, which you should not do. I still have one more post to write about this book. It's the Appendix, which has questions about perimenopause and menopause that you might want… Continue reading Final Chapter- Not My Mother’s Menopause

Anxiety, Friends, Life, Soul Homework, Writing

Would You Be Friends With You?

If you met you at a party, would you find yourself interesting? Would you sit next to yourself if you met yourself on the first day of school? Would you pick yourself out of a crowd in a room full of people? I'm not sure I would. Prior to soul homework, I couldn't figure out… Continue reading Would You Be Friends With You?

Blogging, Life, My Book, Soul Homework, Universe, Writing


Sarah, a friend of mine, published a post in November about the importance of asking yourself questions. Taking a deep breath and contemplating those questions. The answers may arrive fast, or they may take longer. But, ultimately, the answers will come to light. These are the reflective questions she included at the end of her… Continue reading Reflecting