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Prompt Jar: Synchronicity

See Kay’s Journal (blog) for the inspiration for this Prompt Jar, and join us for her LIVE! With Kay conversation on Thursday, June 7  at 1PT, 2MT, 3CT, 4ET. Guest is Dr. James Pennebaker and the conversation will be centered around how we can extend the findings

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Prompt Jar: Your Wild Soul Story

  Join Mary  Reynolds Thompson for her LIVE! With Kay chat on Thursday, March 22 at 1 PT, 2 MT, 3 CT, 4 ET. Topic: Writing Your Wild Soul Story: A Mini-Workshop.  Here are some prompts to get you started! Monday Who would I be if I

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Prompt Jar: Planning Your Success

Join Judith Gerberg for her LIVE! With Kay chat on Wednesday, March 7 at 9PT, 10MT, 11CT, 12ET. Topic: Tips from an Expressive Arts Career Counselor! I’m so looking forward to our talk with Judith Gerberg on Wednesday. I met Judith at the New York Expressive Therapies Summit last

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Prompt Jar: In the Desert

If the desert is holy, it is because it is a forgotten place that allows us to remember the sacred. Perhaps that is why every pilgrimage to the desert is a pilgrimage to the self. There is no place to hide and so we are found. –Terry Tempest

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Prompt Jar: Thanksgiving

  Thanksgiving is my personal Olympics. In another life I would be a professional chef, but in this one I’m just a girl who–almost entirely on her own–cooks elaborate dishes for sixteen people. If you’d like to see how deep this insanity goes, here’s

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Prompt Jar: Halloween

  I love Halloween. I love the candy, costumes, and the spooky miasma hanging over it all. I love the associated humor (see SNL’s David Pumpkins and 30 Rock’s Werewolf Bar Mitzvah) and the associated horror. Here’s a week of Halloween prompts

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Prompt Jar: Total Eclipse of the Sun

We are fast approaching one of the most important celestial events of our lifetime–a total solar eclipse that spans across the United States. On Monday, August 21, the path of totality will stretch from Oregon to South Carolina. Astrologically, this eclipse will help you

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Prompt Jar: Week of April 10 – First Lines

April is National Poetry Month, and all of this week’s prompts are first lines from poems that appear on the Library of Congress’ brilliant Poetry 180 website. This was the project US Poet Laureate Billy Collins took on for his 2001-2003 tenure. He

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Prompt Jar: Week of April 3 – Technology

Technology is neither good or bad. However, how we use it can be benevolent or malevolent. At least, that’s what I’m choosing to believe right now. Artificial intelligence may be the game changer in the future. This week, while congress gears up to review net neutrality regulations

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Prompt Jar: Week of March 12 – Caring for my Body

At my last doctor’s appointment three months ago, my blood work came back showing elevated numbers and I was told that I needed to watch that to prevent diabetes. I was also told it was my time to schedule a colonoscopy. This news bothered me so

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