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Book to help you with organising your own chaos

I am currently reading this book about getting things done. You may or may not be able to read it through this link (it should work if you’re a uni student): 192 more words

Time to Talk: How Listening Removes Pressure to Perform

The Power of Listening

Sometimes I am trying to do therapy and the client balks. It is obvious they feel overwhelmed. I have to remember to put myself in their shoes, instead of pushing my agenda. 558 more words

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Pop it Like it's Hot

Welcome back again dearest reader!

My professor introduced our class to Popplet. Popplet is an online brainstorming tool, that allows its users to organize their thoughts and ideas into an idea web. 152 more words


Time to Talk: Constructing The Two-Sided Conversation

Barriers to Communication: Conversation

Every day I use my problem solving skills to figure out the barriers that people have when communicating. This week I looked more deeply at one of my students. 835 more words

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The bucket list begins

I don’t know why l think I need a bucket list.  It might have something to do with sliding over the hill next month.  Then again, it might have to do with my newly discovered stitching discipline that emerged out of nowhere for Lent this year.   66 more words

Organizing Thoughts

Sketch. Organizing thoughts.

        My mind is like a dumpster. Different ideas, impressions and thoughts are well mixed together and presented in an endless carousel of progression.

          Everything that you could only think of is there, and if I don’t sort it out it gets harder to breathe and my “dumpster” starts to grow in size. 77 more words


Creativity: Day 28 of 365

Creative Practice: updating blog, reviewing year, planning

I spent a good portion of today catching up on this blog.  Although I have been doing my daily creative practice, somewhere between searching for a job, a death in the family, two job interviews, needing new brakes, finishing Christmas gifts, and the holidays, I got very far behind.   398 more words