Monday, February 2, 2009

Just In Time

This is a post I should have written last week! I want you to know about a fun/inspiring/enlightening opportunity from Heidi Fischbach.

Heidi offers a program called A Month of Living Curiously. I joined up for January and feel I've made a real shift in my life. I became curious about how I feel compelled to read while I eat. But it certainly doesn't have to be about eating. My friend, C. got curious about (oops, that's confidential).

A Month of Living Curiously begins on the first of the month, but you can still join for February if you hurry over to Heidi's place. I'll let her tell you more about it. Here is the link: Or start in March. It's never to late to "get curious for a change."

During the month I alternated between delight in what Heidi was offering and a bit of envy. The good news about that is that I realized she was doing something I longed to do: produce something NEW, something PERSONAL, and something that HELPS TRANSFORM (or soften) those tight spots in our psyches. I'm inviting myself to get curious about how I might manifest that as part of my work in the world. My new website and newsletter is a start. Please visit at



Dorothy said...

I hope I have time or take the time someday...I'm always curious and I always need focus...however I'm so airbrained I can never finish most of the self help I've tried in the know the road to hell is paved with good intentions..

Dorothy from grammology

Anonymous said...

Are you saying you want to stop reading while you eat, or just understand why you do it? I can't eat if I'm not reading at the same time and I have been like that forever. I don't read if there are other people at the table, but lots of times I wish I could.

Lydia said...

Your new website is just great. I know you are excited about it and I think congratulations are definitely in order!

I can eat dinner without reading, and I do. But breakfast? Practically impossible.

I may go check out the curiously curious to see what it's all about. :)

Anonymous said...

Curious is my middle name. Curiously, I did a series of therapy sessions after my dad died using the focusing technique.

I've finally started working on my collages that have been brewing for about 3 years. The theme is using your voice. One posted today.