Create A Routine You’ll Actually Stick With!

Create A Routine You’ll Actually Stick With!

One day about six or seven years ago, colleague stopped by my office. She asked me to read and comment on an article that she and a co-worker were working on. It was about routines and rituals in the lives of young children. Something to know about me – don’t...
Metaphors for a New Year

Metaphors for a New Year

This Week’s Guest Blogger January 18th was Keys’ to Change’s first Writing in the New Year online workshop. It offered time to pause at the cusp of 2018, reflect on the year just past and look ahead to the coming year. We asked ourselves what we...
Writing Your Story – #MeToo

Writing Your Story – #MeToo

My Facebook and Twitter feeds recently filled with #metoo posts  Yours probably did too. Some posts simply said #metoo. Some copied and pasted a message explaining what the meme is about. Some referenced or described the experiences that prompted them to post. Most...
Six Steps to Writing for Resilience

Six Steps to Writing for Resilience

When I write, I discover what I really think and feel. I can re-visit difficult past experiences and find meaning in them. I can give voice to my younger self, letting her energy and wisdom guide me. I can call upon my wiser self to help me through tough times. I can...