Starcat’s Favorites: Road Trips

Late summer means… a road trip! This time to upstate New York, where we’re taking in a Dead & Company concert, then exploring the Finger Lakes area. As well as lounging by the pool! I love road trips. They’re like … Continue reading

Why Is Rest So Difficult?

I’ve been having conversations with some friends and biz sisters lately about rest – and in a bigger sense, receiving. Why is it so challenging, sometimes? An obvious factor is mainstream culture’s focus on hustle. Here in the United States, … Continue reading

Theory vs. Practice

When it comes to learning and implementing new ideas, I’m an enthusiastic scholar, but I’m often slow to put things into practice. I’m learning that part of this is thanks to my Human Design – I’m a Reflector, if you … Continue reading

Starcat’s Favorites: Retreats!

I absolutely LOVE retreats. I love leading them. I love attending them. This week I attended my biz coach’s spring retreat. It was virtual and ran for three days. The picture is my space as I got ready for the … Continue reading

Starcat’s Favorites: Dreaming Big

I’ve been busy dreaming BIG over here. It’s lighting me up in new ways, and I’m harnessing the energies of Spring to support my expansion. I’ve already written about that, though. Here’s what else I’ve been up to recently. What … Continue reading

The Tidingdale Literary Collective

Spring has finally fully arrived, here in northern New England. I’m feeling the urge to emerge from hibernation, at last! That’s still a bit complicated, thanks to the pandemic lingering and so forth, but that’s okay. I’m good with a … Continue reading

Starcat’s Favorites: Signs of Spring

Dare I say it before the month is really over? This March has been easier than I’d expected, given my rocky history with the transition from late winter to early spring. Maybe that’s because I’ve gone all in with my … Continue reading

Starcat’s Ten Best Books of 2020

It’s a bit belated, but I’m delighted to share my ten favorite books that I read during past year. As always, please note that these aren’t necessarily books that came out in 2020, just ones that I read and enjoyed. … Continue reading