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”

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Labour Day

Today is Labour Day in Belize, or International Workers’ Day as it’s observed in many other countries. The first day of May is also a traditional celebration of the spring season in some cultures. While I don’t formally celebrate either of these holidays, I am reflecting on the themes inspired by both – growth, renewal, and honoring the work that sustains us. Continue reading “Labour Day”

A Necessary Part: On Vulnerability & Learning A New Culture

At the 20-Year Anniversary Party for the Image Factory Art Foundation in Belize City, June 2016

One of the things I love about living in Belize is getting to know and becoming friends with Belizeans. The longer I’ve been here, the more I’ve been spending time with Belizean folks I’ve met socially and professionally. I’ve met some really great people and I’m learning a lot about the culture from them, more so from just getting to know them as opposed to asking them tons of questions (not really my style). Continue reading “A Necessary Part: On Vulnerability & Learning A New Culture”