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DIGGING IN THE DIRT: Understanding the Garden as a Gateway to the Soul...

This is a guest post that I wrote for The Mindful Word that was just published. The concepts for the article have been taken from my recently published and updated, 10th Anniversary Edition, Digging Deep: Unearthing Your Creative Roots Through Gardening. “Digging in the dirt has the ability to be a gateway to your soul. It can open you up to possibilities, unleash your imagination and playfulness, enable you to take risks and trust your instincts, and help you develop a healthy level of self-confidence. However, people in the United States, where I live, tend to view gardening as a hobby. A “hobby” is defined by Dictionary.com as “an activity or interest pursued for pleasure or relaxation and not as a main occupation.” It’s true that for most of us who spend time planting and digging, it is a hobby and not a professional job. Yet, I’ve always found that description odd and superficial because, as many folks who get their hands in the dirt intrinsically know, gardening is a much deeper, richer experience than the word “hobby” makes it seem. It’s not just an activity for pleasure or relaxation, but a life-altering need that our forefathers knew all too well. To read further, click on... read more

10 Creative Tips To Break The Habits That Prevent You From Leading A Richer Life...

Are you stuck in a rut, feeling frustrated, disappointed, and perhaps isolated? Do you find yourself thinking: “This isn’t the life I expected to live. Where did I go wrong?” Do you sometimes hear your instincts whispering in your ear the reminder that you’re meant to be experiencing a richer life, embracing who you’re meant to be? Of course you’d like to embrace who you’re meant to be but you don’t know how. Although there are always exceptions to the rules, the one  way that I’ve been able to make lasting changes within myself and have guided others to do the same over the past 25 years is through working at changing the beliefs that are holding me back while making positive bite size changes in my behaviors. 10 Creative Tips To Break The Habits That Prevent You From Leading A Richer Life 1. Embrace Your Creativity: Let go of feeling “not creative enough.” So many of us have been brainwashed into believing that we’re not creative. Without even realizing it, we shy away from creative endeavors or ideas and only involve ourselves in projects within our comfort zones. This is the thing—you can’t change your behaviors for the long haul unless you change your thoughts. You might want to check out this article: How to Gain Confidence and Discover your Big Creative Self 2. Practice Getting To Know Your Creative Self Here’s an effective exercise. In the morning, immediately after you wake up, stand in front of a large mirror and look yourself straight in the eyes. You may initially find yourself averting your eyes—that’s natural. Just keep... read more

A Guide On Improv: 7 Ways That Studying It Crunches Creativity Muscles...

“How did I let myself get talked into this?” I thought as I parallel parked my car on a busy street in downtown Philadelphia. My heart was beating like a fast ticking metronome. “It’s not too late to get out of it,” I told myself. I was scared. I was scared of taking an Improvisational Theatre course. I got duped into it. My best friend, who had taken a 13 week course, had fallen in love with it. She was nudging me to sign up for the next series. I didn’t budge. I don’t like being told what to do. But when she dared me, I couldn’t resist. Once I grabbed the bait, there was no way out. “After all”, I told myself, “if she can do it, so can I.” Studying improv pushes you out of your comfort zone. It was all bravado on my part. I know people who are verbally quick and funny at the same time. I’m not one of them. My wise elder self told the scared child in me that all I had to do was try the class once. If I didn’t like it, I didn’t have to return. Repeating “Yes I can, Yes I can,” like in the book, “The Little Engine That Could”, helped calm my nerves. As I walked up the 3 flights of stairs, I kept on telling myself that I could do this. After all, I had studied acting and music, taken lead roles in plays, and loved public speaking.  But this was different. This was like studying classical music my whole life and now being told... read more