Monthly Archives: March 2016

Dusting Off

I came to writing groups late in life because, although I’d written since my early teens, I never considered myself a writer. I was instead a person who wrote. I shared frustration and joy, heartsickness and love, estrangement and a … Continue reading

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Just Breathe

These are the words I read in an Omega magazine that arrived in a pile of mail on my doorstep. ┬áJust Breathe. It struck me how often I find myself doing the opposite. Let me count the times I hold … Continue reading

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Messily Extraordinaire

I was discussing with a friend the fact that I’m, sort of, between projects. I say ‘sort of’ because the duties toward the primary aspects of my life: children, enduring relationships, household, are never finished exactly. Instead they morph. I’m … Continue reading

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Imagine a Reset

Since we can be lazy, and tend not to bother, I have decided to include herein the death meditation that I mentioned in last week’s blog – https://wendykarasin.com/. That moment was a reset for me. I had been leveled on … Continue reading

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