The season is blooming, the world is opening up again, and although we still need to be safe and mindful of how we move around, there's a sense that things are looking up. People are hopeful and excited about the future; learning new ways to engage and live in the world after a year full … Continue reading April in Full Bloom: Things To-Do
5 Astrology Worksheets to Help You Heal
We've created and dished out lots of worksheets and printables in the past year, mostly on astrology, writing and recovering using these activities as tools. Without realizing it almost, we've posed the question: "What does it mean to embark on a healing journey?" We hope several of these worksheets, and the posts that accompany it, … Continue reading 5 Astrology Worksheets to Help You Heal
3 Writerly Things To Do This Weekend: Preparing for the New Year
It's a new year and with all the hoopla surrounding these next few weeks—with new resolutions and "new me" announcements—it's crucial that we don't forget to look back on the footsteps along our trail, remembering the great path we've already paved. If we were to pick a word for the new year, one that'll keep … Continue reading 3 Writerly Things To Do This Weekend: Preparing for the New Year
Are You Ready to Get Out of Your Own Way?
There has probably been a point in your life when you’ve blamed someone or something for something or someone. Your parents for not being around as much, or your teacher for telling you you’ll never succeed. And although all valid reasons to be hurt and pained, they shouldn’t be enough to stop you or push … Continue reading Are You Ready to Get Out of Your Own Way?
Decluttering with the Full Moon—Plus a New Checklist
If you haven’t done your spring cleaning yet, then you’re still in luck because—it’s still spring. Also, chances are… your clutter hasn’t gone anywhere. If anything, maybe it’s safe to say your clutter has grown since spring cleaning became a thing this year. The full moon decluttering plan is great to help clear out not … Continue reading Decluttering with the Full Moon—Plus a New Checklist