I learned this daily practice from a webinar that Bob Proctor gave recently. This is my interpretation of the process: *Write down 10 things for which you are grateful. *Send loving-kindess to 3 people who feel challenging to you. *Sit for 5 minutes and ask for guidance for the day. That's it. I decided to … Continue reading A simple daily practice
National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) starts November 1, as it does every year. This will be my TENTH NaNoWriMo! In a nutshell, NaNoWriMo is when you commit to writing 50,000 words in 30 days, the minimum words needed to be considered a novel (according to the Powers That Be in NaNoLand). Every year that I … Continue reading The secret to writing (the draft of) your book in 30 days–
There has been a lot of great things happening on my new website, KarenCreamer.com. The BRAVE Interview with Jane Fecteau posted June 1st. I kicked off The Holistic Practitioners Interview Series (inspired by my new book, Honor Your Health (watch the trailer here), releasing by 8.3.18) in May with Kristen Leighton, Yoga Practitioner. I posted my review … Continue reading Have you checked out my new website yet?
Ever wonder about this Kary Oberbrunner guy? I first met him online in a chatroom...No--wait! Kidding! I first met him online at one of the free webinars he hosted: How to Turn a Book into a 6-Figure Business My expectations were low. Full disclosure: I watch a lot of free webinars. I am never motivated to buy … Continue reading Kary Oberbrunner, Exposed! Behind the scenes at the Igniting Souls Conference 2017
October 1st! You know what that means? That there's only 1 more month before National Novel Writing Month begins! Are you planning to participate this year? I will be. This will be NaNo number 8 for me. I have completed the 50,000 words to win every year since 2010, and I expect this year to … Continue reading NaNoWriMo is coming and announcing a new course
I began to read Michele’s story and as a woman, my heart was filled with compassion and empathy for her and the situation she was in. As an RN, my heart was filled with rage for how this patient was treated by her physician! Michele was not defined by her circumstances, however. Rather, she decided … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Informed Consent: Critical Truths Essential to Your Health and to the Health of Future Generations by Michele Stanford, M.Ed., CHC
When I was in elementary school, I was in a new school every year. Every. Single. Year. No, my parents weren't in the military. My father was disabled, and when money got tight, we got moving. Kindergarten: The Hancock in Medford. First grade and half of second: The Emerson in Malden. Last half of second … Continue reading Coming full circle (and announcing a free class!)