It's a first peak at the book in living colour. And I just love it! Only 21 more days until we launch this baby. Sending a very special thank you to the whole KiCam team for making this birthing a smooth and delightful experience! You sure know how to make books happen 🙂 Your forever … Continue reading Special Delivery…
While I am not totally surprised by the pre-launch success of my book - because we know that Spirit is leading this effort 🙂 - it does amaze me all the same. First came a glowing review by a well-read Canadian blogger, next my Mental Health Checklist was published in a hugely-read website, Mind Body Green ("Where has … Continue reading Another Book Review – 5 Hearts!
They are called quiet books and are the latest thing for encouraging toddlers to spend time quietly entertaining themselves. They are made with cloth and a sewing machine. I am hoping that my Felix takes to it as a welcomed distraction for a boy who does not favour being harnessed in the back seat of … Continue reading I created another book (I didn’t say write!)
My Mental Health Checklist article was published today, as a guest blogger feature on the Mind Body Green, a website with millions of readers whose mission it is to "revitalize the way people eat, move, & live". Check it out! Be well, my loving friends. Michèle
What a perfect description of what it takes to have an active faith, by Danielle LaPorte: There is nothing passive about faith. It's what I needed to read this morning, as my mind challenges my spirit's dream of having a 'brick & mortar' studio space outside the house. A place to indulge my varied fibre-related … Continue reading Faith is hard work
Care to whet your appetite? Here is a sample chapter for your consideration and enjoyment. I encourage you to share it with others who might be curious about how to manage depression or generalized anxiety using creativity and Spirit - and landing in a joyful life! A Joyful Life is my story, and I hope it might … Continue reading A Joyful Life sample chapter
Tom Harpur is one Canadian whom I profoundly admire. This brilliant, deeply spiritual and generous man died on January 2 at 87 years. (I choose to use the present tense because I will continue to admire him and his thinking always.) This past Christmas I was gifted two of his books that were new to … Continue reading Tom Harpur will not be reading my book