Why I Took a Dull Gray Cubicle Job

May 09, 2019

Dear Imaginative Woman,

If you’re new here, welcome! For the next few weeks I’ll be telling you the story about how I decided to break free from my Dull Gray Cubicle job.

You can read all the posts in the series here:

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The Art of Peaceful Persistence

Apr 14, 2019

Dear Imaginative Woman,

Over the past couple months I've been telling you about the steps I'm taking to become more Wildly Authentic in my life.

First, I came back to myself.

Then, I established a new life goal to never do more than I can do in peace.

Now, this month, I've been doing even more to cultivate a feeling of peace in my life.


Here's why peace feels extra important to me right now: 

Last month, I crossed a bunch of things off my to-do list. This was AMAZING. I...

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Do Less So You Can Be More

Mar 13, 2019

Dear Imaginative Woman,

I recently received an email from Martha Beck, an amazing writer and life coach, where she shared this excellent statement:  "Simple recipe for happiness: Never do more than you can do in peace."

When I read this, I had one of those experiences where the right words hit me at the right moment. My world cracked open, and I was like, "YES. THOSE ARE THE WORDS I NEEDED TO HEAR!!" 

And all of a sudden I had a new life mission, to never do more than I could do...

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Coming Back To Myself

Feb 13, 2019

Dear Imaginative Woman,

I had grand plans this January. I was going to take a break from writing my children's novel to write the first draft of a self-help book for The School of Wild Authenticity. The book is about the emotional journey of waking up, coming alive, and doing what you are meant to do.

Everything started out great. I felt connected and in the zone of creative flow. As I wrote the book, it surprised and delighted me when, instead of coming out as a self-help book, it turned...

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Celebrate The Milestones

Jan 10, 2019

Dear Imaginative Woman,

Last month I finished the first draft of my children's novel!!! It's a modern Secret Garden tale that takes place in a redwood forest.

This is my first book, and I have learned a LOT about the creative process from writing it.

Most importantly, I've learned how to dedicate myself to long term projects. Writing a book is so different than writing one blog post. With my blog, I dedicate myself to a post for a few hours, hit publish, and then it's born into...

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Do What You Are Meant To Do


For when you're totally freaking out about being stuck in your Dull Gray Cubicle job forever!!!