Days 15 – 18: My Many Colored Days by Dr. Seuss

Days 15 – 18: My Many Colored Days by Dr. Seuss

There is a poem by Dr. Seuss called ‘My Many Colored Days.” I have a board book version I used to read to my kids. This wonderful poem helps us all – adults and children alike, accept that we feel all the feelings and that on no two days are we the...

Day 14 – Inspired by John O’Donohue

Day 14 of 100 days of positive self-talk, drawing and writing inspired by Irish poet John O’Donohue John O’Donohue writes in this beautiful unfinished poem “I would love to live like a river flows, carried by the surprise of its own unfolding.” He is one of my...
Reflections on turning 55

Reflections on turning 55

Day 13 of 100 days of positive self-talk with cartoons and comments I feel deep gratitude today. As I reflect on where I have been and where I am going in the days, months and years I feel excited to be turning 55. and I think this 100 days of focusing on positive...

Day 12: Progress not perfection

Day 12 of 100 days of drawing and positive-self talk: Progress not perfection Today I am sharing work in progress. I have an entire journal full of practice pages. In my journey as an artist I have always embraced progress not perfection as a personal mantra. I think...

Holding Myself Tenderly – Radical Self-Care

Day 11 of my 100 day project: Practicing Radical Self-Care On this journey towards expressing deeper self-compassion, self-love and loving-kindness towards myself, I realized that I need to hold myself tenderly and find simple routines and practices for my plan for...
9 things I’ve learned about self-care from my daily walks

9 things I’ve learned about self-care from my daily walks

9 things I’ve learned about self-care from my daily walks: Day 10 of 100 days of positive self-talk Getting out the door is the hardest step Slow down or you miss the important things (like tiny wonderful bugs in the center of a flower, birds in a tree, dewdrops...