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Trailblazing Resources: Winter Resilience for Emotional Struggles 

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The best of the wellness internet. Lovingly curated trailblazing healing resources for fun and wellness fabulousness to fuel your healing fire. Relax and dive in!

My favourite trailblazing healing resources, inspirations, proclamation and motivation this month.

I am so excited to share that my chapter is published! I have contributed to When Bodies Break: How Bodies Survive & Thrive with Illness & Disability. You can get a copy here.

Yes and yes to Randi’s words on adult friendships.

Thea’s Tarot is being re-released and I am really, really considering if I can swing a deck.

I am reading up on peri-menopause, so I am prepped before I get there. I am so glad to see Rachael’s work on menopause here.

Doesn’t table to canvas look amazing?

Can you help support Kira and Kat to thrive?

P.S Resilience can be shared. Pass the power + click to tweet

I think the Moon Mandala Online Course looks fantastic.

Am so glad to find The Dua Journal: connect with Allah, live with Ihsan, be proud of your Iman. Now I know what I am buying my Muslim niece for Eid.

My teacher Janelle is offering her amazing free Outline Your Memoir workshop twice in January. These workshops are 2 hours long, free, and live. So, if you want to join in – please do!

I am planning to play this game next winter.

This is embarrassing, but it seems I have been cutting my toenails wrongly my whole life. It’s tricky because I have reduced sensation and limited fine motor skills but I can’t always get to a professional to help me. So, I found this guide – revelation!

I am getting into using my Passion Planner. Xandra’s videos are fantastic.

“We all experience ‘soul’ moments in life when we see a magnificent sunrise, hear the call of the loon, see the wrinkles in our mother’s hands or smell the sweetness of a baby. During these moments, our body, as well as our brain, resonates as we experience the glory of being a human being.”

 ~ Marion Woodman

A reminder that we don’t always have to be trying to upgrade. Enough is golden:

In the early years (starting with the year I chose fearless), my word helped pull me forward as I got closer and closer to the authentic and meaningful life I longed for. I made some big life-altering decisions in those years, partly because my annual word helped clarify my intentions and chart my path.
This past year, though, there’s been a shift, and my life has felt deliciously close to what I was dreaming of all of those years when I was choosing words. I don’t feel as much like I need an annual word to draw me forward anymore. 
The only thing I can think of for 2019 is “more of the same”.

Heather Plett

And I know it’s always the ‘getting there’ that is shown as the hard part, but in my experience arriving can be unexpectedly challenging. Arriving at joy or arriving into remission, it all takes time and support to switch out of survival mode into a nuanced space where we can embrace some good.

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