Monthly Archives: June 2016

Come Join Cherished Blogfest 2016!

The Cherished Blogfest is near and dear to my heart. Last year my blogger friends organized the Cherished Blogfest in which we talked about the most cherished objects in our lives; I wrote and painted about Buddha Ball. As a result … Continue reading

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Gratitude: Cyber REAL Friends

Musing about how one finds friends on the internet — or perhaps the wonder of that. I did the A-to-Z blogathon a few years ago and met two women, and through one met a whole group of people I feel … Continue reading

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Rowlings on Failure

I have been swamped, writing, painting, and also making a living… which is why I am not “writing” here.  I have been building an audience for teaching on my painting site. Also, I have been involved in politics, trying to … Continue reading

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No, it’s not you: why ‘wellness’ isn’t the answer to overwork

No, it’s not you: why ‘wellness’ isn’t the answer to overwork Zoë Krupka, La Trobe University Many of the people who visit me in my therapy practice spend time talking about work. How much work there is, how they never … Continue reading

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