Starcat’s Favorites: Summer Begins

It’s late May in Maine, and our weather has leaped ahead to feeling like early July. I’m not complaining at all – I love the heat!

I’m still going for near-daily woods walks, and also spending time in my hammock.

We haven’t been swimming yet, because that water is surely super cold, but soon…

Even though things are still in a state of upheaval in our society, with no festivals or concerts likely this year, the start of summer seems to ease our minds a bit. At least mine…

I decided that I’m not doing any in-person workshops or retreats this year, but that doesn’t mean that nothing is happening. Between virtual retreats & workshops, the Parallel PlayDates, and the writing group I’m leading, there’s so much opportunity for fun & creativity! BlackLion and I are even doing a fun virtual book launch in July, for our new book (coming soon), Follow the Ebb & Flow: The Law of Attraction and the Tides of Life.

Here are some links for you to peruse in your hammock, on the deck, in your favorite comfy spot, or wherever you’re welcoming summer.

Have I mentioned lately how much I adore Jeannette Maw, the Good Vibe coach? I’m in her Ultimate Abundance Maker course right now and it’s powering up my world even more! Here are two recent favorites, It’s OK to Feel It and The Perks of Procrastination.

I confess to being slightly addicted to reading other peoples’ lists of favorite books, even if I have plenty of options on my to-read shelf. Surely I’m not the only one? Here are one, two, three interesting book lists to check out.

Venus Retrograde will be part of our lives over the next few weeks. I like Chani Nicholas’ take on it. Also, Venus is not the only one…  “Retrograde Galore.”

Some people are actually thriving during these “shelter in place” times. Hello, my fellow introverts! Also, though we don’t know what the future may hold, we do have the power to choose what to focus on next.

That’s all for me – I’m off to buy some seedlings and cheer on the green thumbs in my family as they plant a veggie garden. Oh, and probably hit the hammock, too, if the rain holds off…

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