JUNE 2022: It ain’t over…

JUNE 2022: It ain’t over…

I’d like to share a few thoughts as we pause Spoken Lives Online. For seven years, I’ve learned and healed and laughed and cried. Over 200 speakers have shared their stories through this passion project. I’ve learned three important things that I want to highlight. 1....
MAY 2022: Spring and Death

MAY 2022: Spring and Death

My big sister died seven days ago. I’ve had a weeklong roller coaster of emotions. The stories I could tell! But, I won’t. We were opposites. While I embrace sharing stories in public ways, she was an extremely private person. She didn’t even share how sick she was....
APRIL 2022: Connecting with the Seasons

APRIL 2022: Connecting with the Seasons

I just returned from a trip to British Columbia and it was such a thrill to see the cherry blossoms and daffodils in March! It was exciting to take walks in nature in milder temperatures. There were so many more chances to be outside out west and breath the fresh air...
MARCH 2022: Women Supporting Women

MARCH 2022: Women Supporting Women

I think that’s what we’re doing at Spoken Lives by curating stories that we find empowering. It was so helpful for me to hear other women’s stories when I went through my late-life divorce. It was a lifeline to a future I couldn’t imagine. Women shared that a few...
FEBRUARY 2022: Nurturing and Loving

FEBRUARY 2022: Nurturing and Loving

​Self-love allows us to nurture ourselves so we can live more comfortably in our own skin. We can find joy in simpler things when our own cup is full. I heard that we can even live longer when we take good care of ourselves. Yet, how do we regain or maintain our own...
JANUARY 2022: Bucket Lists

JANUARY 2022: Bucket Lists

I’m a big fan of maintaining a bucket list. With lockdowns and restrictions, it’s been tougher than ever to decide what will stay on my list. My ‘Lockdown Vision Board’ really helped get me through the last few years. On it, I added pictures and goals that I could...

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