A lot happened in December. More shedding of old…stuff…which is paving the way for the new work which is asking to happen.
Letting go of the old, there is also the feeling of going back to my roots, creatively. Getting back to my true purpose, which is difficult to talk about now. It’s too new and too soon.
What I have done here is open up more of my sketchbooks and journals for you, something readers of my memoir have been asking for.
Trusting the heart’s desire…where it is taking me in the work. Always something that feels edgy, no matter how many times I’ve done it.
I kept asking myself: What would happen if 10,000 people journaled together for 30 days?
The result is Root: A 30 Day Journal Project which is engaging many thousands of people worldwide in creative journaling. It’s free to participate, and I whipped it all together in a week over the Christmas holiday. You can join us now. It’s causing quite a stir.
Following are links to all that got us here, exploring creative roots, enjoying our presence, and daring to confront the blank page.
Root: A 30 Day Journal Project (original blog post)
The 30 Day Journal Project continues, get the latest updates, including next project round, here.
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