The Creative Process Part 2: Moving Through Resistance

the creative process part 2

This is a piece I recently wrote for the Journal on my coaching website. As I’ve been struggling with some version of writer’s resistance recently, I wanted to share this post here as an offering of support for anyone else who struggles with resistance in their creative process.  Continue reading “The Creative Process Part 2: Moving Through Resistance”

The Front Porch

my favorite tree
my favorite tree…

We’ve been living on the farm for a month now, and being here is so peaceful and inspiring. There are some adjustments I’ve had to make to my routine, including getting used to a more rustic way of living (hello, spiders and scorpions), but overall I feel like I’m finding my rhythm. I’ve been bike riding into town more and I’m slowly getting comfortable with it, which is huge for me. And I’ve found a tree which I’ve declared my favorite. Old, tall and wise, it’s where I go to sit and reflect, listen to birds, watch iguanas climb and chase bugs, and receive answers to my questions. I’ve discovered ways to ground my practice here – taking walks around the farm, meditating under my tree and listening – which is how I know I’m truly settling in. Continue reading “The Front Porch”