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Dear Ones, First off, if you have any questions about anything you find below, ask. I will respond in comments. Here goes! I teach expressive writing as a way to release and recover from trauma. Expressive writing allows us to recognize and let go of pain we carry in our bodies. It is an incredibly powerful tool for survivors. I practice expressive writing with survivors of familial violence, war, abuse, grief and more. If you are stuck, struggling or just looking for access to greater joy, I would love to

You know when you have a blog and you keep promising yourself you’ll post soon. Today. Tomorrow at the latest? And then it’s many weeks later and all you have to show for your promises are a few drafts and a sense of impending doom associated with your site? So much so that you every time the site is mentioned or comes to mind you clean a different area of your house or work on someone else’s site until you don’t have time left to think about your own? Mentioning

#LinkYourLife has just passed it’s one year birthday and our hashtag community is thriving. Thanks to Shareen‘s warm and fuzzy recruitment tactics, Fridays are hopping both on Twitter and Facebook. #LinkYourLife has spun off in many directions beginning with first Fridays of the month when we tag with #LinkYourCompassion. There are the #LinkYourLife #lovequotes many of us have been creating and sharing as a way to appreciate the people we read through #LinkYourLife. We have worked to incorporate others’ tags  (such as the awesome #ShareInspireConquer from @BestowingFire) and promote all

Do you regularly #LinkYourLife? Feel free to add this button to your site so your readers can join the movement! <a href=”http://honeyquill.com/2015/04/20/linkyourlife/”><img src=”http://honeyquill.ziggur.us/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/linkyourlife-button.jpg” /> Have you been published on The Honeyed Quill? Here is the code for a badge you can use to let readers know. <a href=”http://honeyquill.com/“><img src=”http://honeyquill.ziggur.us/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/find-me-on-thq-button.jpg” /> Now I just need a button that says “I’ve been busy.” Not sure how to add a button in WordPress? Go to Site Admin–>Appearance–>Widgets and choose a “Text” widget. Copy and paste your button code in the box. Save and check

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