Why Keep The Stories?

Why Keep The Stories?

Keep the Stories: Lose the Stuff I started Keep the Stories to share resources and ideas about how to let go of things that no longer serve by capturing the associated stories that people don’t want to lose. Keep the Stories offers a 4 part challenge Identify /...
Beginnings

Beginnings

Possibility Life is full of beginnings. If we are not exploring new things, we are not trying, growing or learning. Our movement through life is a series of beginnings, which we might face with hope, excitement or trepidation.  Each beginning opens a world of...
Why tell your stories?

Why tell your stories?

Who is your audience? There are two possible audiences for your stories – you and others.   The motivations for reaching either of these audiences might vary greatly and probably blend together.  Do you know why you feel compelled to share your story?...
Sharing your story with Social Media

Sharing your story with Social Media

Best platform(s) for your message Th best platforms for you or your business depends on many things.  To decide what is right for you, you first need to decide on your message and your audience.  All of the popular networks have advantages and disadvantages...
10 Tips for Capturing Wildlife Photos

10 Tips for Capturing Wildlife Photos

I had a surprise visitor in my yard yesterday evening. I’m lucky to have lots of wildlife show up outside my window but the deer don’t usually get this close.  The lingering snow this year has them wandering outside their usual zones to find tasty...
What’s in a name?

What’s in a name?

Today’s post is inspired by the daily prompt from The Isolation Journals, a creative writing project with daily prompts from Suleika Jaouad. (description from the website) A Daily Creativity Project to help make sense of challenging times.This spring, Suleika...

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