personal freedom of expression

PERSONAL FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION

PERSONAL FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION INDIVIDUAL WRITING WORKSHOP   Fall is arriving. Days shorten. Summer is ending. Does that bring sadness? Evenings might be spent indoors more often. Are you searching for indoor activities to challenge you? Fear not! You are invited to a virtual writing workshop designed for you – on an individual basis. Personal Freedom of Expression Individual Writing Workshop will be based on my “Inner Discoveries through Writing Workshop”.  (See:  http://roadtofreedomandpeace.com/inner-discoveries-writing/). The topics will include: State of Your Body and Mind, Career/Job, Relationships with Others and Yourself, and Spiritual: Relationship with God, Basic Goodness, Nature, Spirit, or Universe. As a life coach, I realize busy lives make it difficult to commit to a scheduled group workshop. For those who want more flexibility in scheduling and my full attention as your life coach, this individual writing workshop is for you! Are you more comfortable sharing your writings with me only (and not with group participants)? Do you desire individualized attention? Are you looking for workshop sessions that fit your individual scheduling needs? Do you want to explore your life’s present, future, dreams and desires? Are you new to writing and want to explore it as a tool to change ...
life's "little" losses

LIFE’S “LITTLE” LOSSES

 LIFE’S “LITTLE” LOSSES   Once upon a time, a coworker and I connected. The ease of the working relationship surprised me. She brought to life the ability for me to enjoy pleasure in the midst of a hard day at work. Then she left to move on to greener pastures. I was happy for her. This person had helped me to get through daily life, through days when work was hard and messy. I hope I did the same for her. Relationships at work may become friendships outside of the employment arena. Many times they do not extend outside of work. These good relationships form. You share information about your lives. You care. The connection can be mostly work-related or may become more personal. The “little” loss when the person leaves may leave a big impact or a small imprint. These types of relationships may occur in any location or situation. An example could be a kinship between yourself and a barista at your favorite coffee shop. You, as the customer, connect with the person who makes your latte. You find yourself sharing pieces of your life, sometime very important pieces. The connection surprises you or makes you wonder how ...