Author Archive | Kay Adams

Kay’s Journal: Moving Mountains

As you know if you’re a regular reader of this blog, I’ve been focused for the last couple of months on overhauling the look and feel of Journalverse. It’s been almost four years since we launched this site as a

FREE CONTENT
Open to All Visitors
Continue Reading 4

Kay’s Journal: Coffee with Kay and Mary Reynolds Thompson

  Once I decided to get over myself and start making video blogs again, all sorts of possibilities opened up. One is how simple it is to call up a friend and ask if she’ll (or he’ll) have a five-minute

FREE CONTENT
Open to All Visitors
Continue Reading 2

September Poem of the Month: Gate A-4, Naomi Shihab Nye

 Gate A-4 (a prose poem) Wandering around the Albuquerque Airport Terminal, after learning my flight had been delayed four hours, I heard an announcement: “If anyone in the vicinity of Gate A-4 understands any Arabic, please come to the gate immediately.” Well— one pauses these days. Gate A-4 was

FREE CONTENT
Open to All Visitors
Continue Reading 2

Kay’s Journal: We Are Family

I often say that I was blessed to be born into a family I would choose all over again as friends. I have two sisters (Susie and Cindy), one brother-in law (Leo), five (living) nieces, three nephews, four nephews-in-law, three

FREE CONTENT
Open to All Visitors
Continue Reading 0

Kay’s Journal: Internal vs. External Structure

Live from my therapy office! It’s another edition of Coffee with Kay. This week I share with you an observation I made in my first 30 days of this coaching program: Given a choice of self-sabotage or surrender…. my impulse

FREE CONTENT
Open to All Visitors
Continue Reading 4

Kay’s Journal: Shadows and Light

I spent Thursday thru Sunday at the Healing Beyond Borders conference for Healing Touch practitioners, students and instructors. I’m a FOHT (Friend of Healing Touch) although I’ve never trained or practiced it myself. But as a kindred Lightworker at this

FREE CONTENT
Open to All Visitors
Continue Reading 4

Kay’s Journal: Coffee with Kay Reboot!

By popular demand! My video blog, Coffee with Kay, is back. No set, no titles, no lights, no videographer, no makeup/ bells/ whistles/ hair gel … just me and my laptop webcam at my home office desk in my living room

FREE CONTENT
Open to All Visitors
Continue Reading 21

August Poem of the Month: Advice to Writers

Advice to Writers  Even if it keeps you up all night, wash down the walls and scrub the floor of your study before composing a syllable. Clean the place as if the Pope were on his way. Spotlessness is the niece of inspiration. Billy Collins, former US Poet Laureate

FREE CONTENT
Open to All Visitors
Continue Reading 0

Kay’s Journal: Colleague Publishes Writing/Healing Study

In about 2005 a trio of women who worked together using writing with breast cancer patients and survivors arrived in Denver for the Journal to the Self instructor certification training 5-day intensive. Janice Putrino was an oncology social worker in Rochester,

FREE CONTENT
Open to All Visitors
Continue Reading 2

Kay’s Journal: Mid-Summer Snippets

First. It’s mid-summer and my flowers are crisping  up. I’m having lots of friends over for wine and tapas on the patio.  I’m reading Megyn Kelly’s and Al Franken’s memoirs and binge-watching The Americans.  Second. Seems like this day comes

FREE CONTENT
Open to All Visitors
Continue Reading 4

Powered by WordPress. Designed by Woo Themes