They gain confidence, they find their stitching groove, and, suddenly, they are in flow.
Asking for help can be hard in our DIY culture that values independence and self-sufficiency.
Our task during the challenging years ahead is to take care of ourselves so we can commit to effective action for the long haul.
Each of has unique gifts and talents. These may seem so easy and natural to us, we may not even recognize them as something special that we have to offer.
I kicked off my shoes, grabbed anything edible out of the fridge, kerplunked on the sofa, and vegged out behind the TV.
Anger, guilt, anxiety and other negative emotions are helpful in surprising ways.
My friend and I talked of many things as we pedaled our way along a 13-mile loop through Patapsco Park. Our discussion turned to acceptance.
Later, as I put away my new embroidery supplies and thought about the workshop, it occurred to me that Stephanie strengthened my eagerness to learn by integrating the seven characteristics of relationship-based, reflective practice into her teaching style.
Gathering information certainly helps with decision-making, but sometimes information isn’t enough.