episode #154 - julianne donaldson: author of edenbrooke, blackmoore & newly released: “come, sweet day”
have you read blackmoore or edenbrooke?! whether you have, or will want to very soon, this episode is sure to bring back wanderlust as award-winning author julianne donaldson takes you through her process writing the novels & traveling for her research. she has a brand new book, “come, sweet day”, out that is so different from her romance novels and ever so timely -- julianne used her gift over the last few years in new ways to help she and her kids get through some incredibly hard times together. the result from this labor is a beyond-beautiful collection of short stories and poems that effortlessly flow together, gently offering hope and comfort at a time when many of us need just that. sections include: my wilderness, grace, light, home, & mercy. julianne reads a couple pieces during our interview...oh they are wonderful! one that i absolutely love is on pages 80 & 81: all about the journey to our own promised land. on pages 42 & 43 is another i adore about winter, birds, and hope...it’s lovely. keep an eye out for julianne’s 6 week creative writing course coming in the fall, as well as her regency retreat in september that will be a weekend to never forget as you step back in time and join the pages of julianne’s romance novels...it’s going to be unforgettable!
candy colored studio podcast episode #150 - julia lowe: universal laws of giving & respecting choice (part v)
this is the 5th episode in a series about giving and choice (aka agency). if you missed julia's first interview, listen to that one first (link below). she gives some background on herself, family and her initial impressions/experiences with agency. this episode is a beautiful deeper exploration into favorite thoughts, experiences and quotes about agency. taking time, educating, natural consequences and so much more. enjoy!
candy colored podcast episode #147 - julia lowe: universal laws of giving & respecting choice (part iii)
in this second part of the series, we’ll consider ways to live the united order now and explore more ideas to do with learning for ourselves about these topics. we’ll discuss more about marion g. romney’s talk on the differences between socialism and the united order. also, experiences with riots & political unrest as well as propaganda, critical thinking -- learning how to think for ourselves instead of merely thinking the way someone else suggests. next week you’ll hear a special interview with guest and dear friend: julia lowe. can’t wait!
candy colored studio podcast episode #29: cindy eggertz - finding joy and peace in a fairy business while navigating depression
How to build a fairy garden? What is the best way to navigate depression? Can friends, family and your business help you through the darkest of times? Meet Cindy Eggertz, Fairy Lady, creater, owner, and author. Cindy shares the light and dark realities of life...the magic of fairyland, how it can inspire creativity, uplift your spirit and make memories to share with those you love. She also reveals her greatest helps when struggling with depression. Check out the show notes for all things mentioned in this episode and come meet Cindy the Fairy Lady at Swiss Days Labor Day weekend!