- the energy of finding and being myself, wholly and authentically which I explore and share via this blog, I’ve also read some helpful books, Life is a Verb by Patti Digh and How to be an Adult in a Relationships by David Richo
- thinking more deeply and mindfully about power and rank in grounps, as well as effectively playing the participant-facilitator role to help find ways to do the same. The Cfor Change course is amazing in this way!
- take part in nurturing into being a robust anti-fracking grassroots movement in the Great Britain
- regular and restorative connections with nature. This is usually with the dog, and even if that’s the 10 minutes of pavement and shadows, it’s still the great outdoors! Where we’re likely to find dog-friends, among others …self care and clearly defining limits and pesonal boundaries — in other words, continue to apply the good lessons I learned in the Ecodharma Centre’s course Sustaining Resistance, Empowering Renewal
What is reverb 2014?
Kat McNally, based in Melbourne, Australia, has been hosting this end-of-year blogathon since 2011. December is the perfect time to reflect on the year that has passed and prepare to put your dreams into action in the new year. Reverb is a reflective writing challenge that celebrates the successes and honours the challenges of the year that’s passing, then sows the seeds for a rich and rewarding new year.