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Week 3: “Share”

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In My Element

A bit about my process as I start teaching online this morning.

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Week 2: “Gratitude”

I’m grateful for all experience, good or bad, as everything holds a lesson to be learned. I grew up with the debate about the glass and somewhere along the line I shifted my philosophy to something that suited me much better than just liquid. “It’s not whether or not the…

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Week 1: “Breathe”

Breathing has been a process today. Three meetings, staying off social to stay focused to get things done on current projects. Today was video editing, mostly as part of the last workaround I’ll need to do for Patreon, though not mine this time. Having had breathing issues in the past…

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The Power of a Word

Welcome to 2019! This is the first year that I’ve not had a problem remembering to write the new year vs the old. I’m not completely shocked, though, as 2018 was such an “interesting” year. Last September, I launched my Patreon. I dove in headfirst. Womaned-up and filmed a quick…

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Let the downloads begin!

Want 50 free holiday-themed interactive downloads? Check out Renmeleon on Patreon. The 25 days of my digital advent starts today!

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Bored.

So I wrote a book. Let me back up a little. I’ve written several books. Six children’s books, two novels (well three technically, though that one is half finished) and I’m about to launch another in the next few days. Where are they? Oh, yea. Unpublished. This year’s theme has been…

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Music is breath

Music has always been the one constant in my life. It has been the soundtrack to my joys, my fears, comforted me in every emotion, and spoken my words when I could not. I am always seeking out new music and am so overjoyed when I find something new. Playing…

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2018 we’re going to SHINE!

Several years ago I ditched resolutions and challenges for the new year. Planning my year around one central theme helped me focus on things a little better and I found I was more productive. December each year I meditate on the past year, what I’ve accomplished, what I would like…

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