I’m hanging out over here on my new website. Be sure to check out my blog series for Sensitive Artists over there, posted on most Tuesdays. And if you are a Part Fairy, you can take the quiz and pick a card for the day there too! Go visit over HERE.
I am working diligently on getting the Your Turtle Shell book (2 in the Help! I’m Sensitive series) finished for an April launch and availability. What makes this book special is that it will include Thoughts of a Sensitive throughout it, thoughts you can definitely relate to. My books’ intentions are always for more support, tools, and reassurance for you, the sensitive person. Today’s excerpt is from the forward of the book. I believe deep down every sensitive person seeks to be accepted for who they are.
To preorder and to order Your Turtle Shell, watch for details here on the blog. The book will be available through Amazon.com.
My new series and a message about the purpose of bad moods over here.
Over at my Healing Fairy Alphabet site, there are few posts you will like and may have missed.
For the creative folk there is a fun activity on Dr. Seuss trees over here.
A little humor for you with Creative Reframing here.
And, then there’s Tolerance and the Sensitive artist here. There are some things you shouldn’t put up with regarding your space and your art.
There’s a few Your Turtle Shell excerpts too!
Most of the readers over here on this blog are interested in seeing ghosts, sensitive tips, and fairy sightings, but I have some crossover audience. I blogged about my experience with alien babies, invisible nurses and what I have learned when I lost a month over on my new site if you are interested, over HERE.
For a post on fear and the Spooky Intuitive class, head on over to here.
What a year 2015 has been. I got a divorce and found new love and family.
I moved from Warm World to Forest World.
I closed my online school of ten years and created creative classes over at my new site instead (love making the Spooky Intuitive class).
I began focusing on books and creating new curriculum that included animated little videos.
I have grappled with change and transition and held on tight to what I should have let go (Facebook biz pages still vex me).
It was a big decision closing the school, but as one dear friend pointed out, I was a pioneer in this work. I was one of the first who started an online school for more woo-woo work (psychic/healing and animal communication classes). When I started, I didn’t care if I looked odd or strange, or they would burn crosses in my front yard. I had some ideas I wanted to share and I went with it. The school grew with interest and I loved designing and writing the curriculum, and especially working with and coaching students directly. I watched them soar with new tools and knowledge, and many, opened up to their creativity like little swans.
Fast forward ten years later and I was getting antsy. I went to school for Education Technology/Design and learned how to create multi-media to add to my lessons. It was the creating lessons and writing that I was digging, since at heart, I am a creator. I think somewhere along the the way, I became more of a counselor then a teacher. Here I was a writer who wanted to share what I have learned being a sensitive to help others, when others were looking to me to provide answers only a therapist could provide. I was frustrated– after all, I’m a creator and a storyteller, not a counselor (yes, I know, INFJs are natural counselors). Also, those ten years later and I was no longer the pioneer. There were now tons of books on being a sensitive, and even more online schools opening, many with fancy webinars (to be honest, I hate fancy webinars. I’m no guru). It made it clear to me I had to make a decision at that point, especially when the business was no longer supporting me. I was helping many others, but I wasn’t getting back what I needed to survive, and I seriously needed to look at this. So I closed the school and focused on my new website.
I started this blog in August 2007 and I wrote about cool psychic experiences I was having hoping to help others. I was opening up to my abilities and senses, and since then, they are all now more integrated within me. With a firm foundation to my spirituality now planted, I could focus back to myself and my original path that was always one big line. I always made things that taught. My first books I illustrated always carried a message (I was heavily influenced by Aesop’s Fables). My path started as an art teacher and an artist, and then illustrating activity and educational books. It continued when I was a college teacher (I loved that!) and of course, creating all the classes for Fairy Online School. When I went for my Grad certificate I fell in love with making videos and transmedia. You could tell a story that helped and teached others on a multi-platform, including phone apps! I will continue to head in that direction, and I am sure I will make many more books!
So, instead of having two sites, I will merge all into one with what I will be focusing on now and has the best to offer all of you. I will be over here and will include Sensitive Tuesdays for the blog there for my Sensitive readers. That’s where I will share the upcoming Turtle Shell book, book 2 in the series, and the other books I will be creating. So be sure to follow the blog over there. And if you are interested in getting in touch with your intuition through your creativity, consider signing up for one of the classes I will be offering there.
With love and appreciation for your support throughout the years,