Are you feeling stressed out? Honestly, who isn’t? The economy is struggling to get back on its feet. Jobs are still somewhat scarce. Relationships are hard. And many Americans are coping with depression, anxiety, physical illness, weight problems, and a general feeling of malaise.
Accessing your creativity can be the route to self-healing and wellness.
In this series of blog posts, I’ll offer you how-to tools to create wonderful changes for your health and well-being via your creativity and mind-body techniques such as meditation. I’ll be talking about strategies to reduce stress, lose weight and sleep better. Best of all, you’ll be able to take these practical strategies and easily incorporate them into your life so you can make the leap from your best intentions to actions.
Are you ready to get well? Then follow me…
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I am a freelance writer and editor, as well as an avid quilter/crafter. My work has been published in over 30 national magazines and newsletters, including Glamour, In Touch Weekly, More, Quilter's Home, Reader’s Digest, Redbook, Shape, Today's Health & Wellness, Through the Needle, and Woman's Day. I specialize in craft/creativity, lifestyle, relationship, health, and nutrition topics.
I am the author of Craft to Heal: Soothing Your Soul with Sewing, Painting, and Other Pastimes (Hats Off Books, 2005), a self-help book about the therapeutic benefits of pursuing a hobby.