do you ever worry about sharing too much or too often? what about with a big event? have you ever been so sad you missed something because you got behind on your email or social media? it's the worst feeling to realize you didn't hear about something you'd really liked to have attended until after the event. here are some ways to embrace the happy broken record and serve others in the process.
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 episode #74 - the story behind the painting "feeling good" headed to cns cares' "art & soup": a virtual art show & fundraiser
candy colored studio episode #71 - 10 ways to thrive instead of simply surviving the wake of the coronavirus
with all the corona-craziness...events everywhere are being cancelled, kids are coming home from school, fear is in the air, and it seems like things will never be normal again...
despite it all here are 10 ways we can thrive instead of merely surviving...you've got this!!!
candy colored studio episode #70 - SWEETladies: nancy jones & meredith jones hendricks of paper and felt
“don’t follow bliss; follow your curiosity!” seriously, this interview with my dear friend bari j is simply jam-packed with goodness!
an arizona-based artist & surface designer, bari coined and created the style, “curated maximalism” and her book, Bloom Wild: a free-spirited guide to decorating with floral patterns is the perfect addition to any home.
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