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My Self Care: Soul-Centered Journaling
June 8, 2016 @ 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Sometimes our lives are hectic and stressful, especially after a busy day of work. We work really hard at our professions, rarely taking time off for ourselves. But why work grueling hours, only to get sick and have to take time off anyway? How can you operate at full potential when you’re running on empty?
My Self Care is an interactive series focusing on introducing and practicing self-care techniques to be implemented into everyday life. Led by Timothy Gay of The Infinite Transition, we provide you with information and tools that can be incorporated into your life right away, to help you be at your best, even through the peaks and valleys of life and business. Our next session is Soul-Centered Journaling with Erin Chapman
You do not need to be an accomplished writer or a literary guru to journal. Discover how you can utilize this powerful tool to help you create the future you want. Do you often wish you had more time or discipline to organize your thoughts and feelings? Are you tired of repeating the same behavior patterns over and over again, resulting in outcomes that you don’t want? If yes, then join us! Learn the health benefits of writing down your thoughts, feelings and memories. Explore how journaling can heal you from the inside out.
This event is $10 or $15 dollars at the door. Please RSVP —-> https://www.eventbrite.com/e/my-self-care-soul-centered-journaling-tickets-25746545611
Keeping some kind of diary / journal since her teens, Erin Chapman holds a BA in Creative Writing from Western Michigan University as well as a Master of Library and Information Science from Wayne State University. She works as a Reference Librarian at Troy Public Library and has facilitated writing groups in the libraries where she’s worked over the years. She also organizes and leads Soul-Centered Journaling every third Tuesday at the Boston Tea Room in Ferndale. Please bring your own journal and writing instrument, preferably non-digital.