Creating My Life Everyday
I believe in the transformative power of creativity. I like the process of sharing thoughts & experiences because we learn so much from each other. I also like to work together with like-minded people to promote what is good, valuable and beneficial. That’s basically why I started this blog, to express and promote the beauty and goodness of life.
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I’m currently working as the web content editor, blogger and social media consultant for a few websites. Regardless of what kind of work one does, life requires creativity (especially when raising a family). Life is a creative process, and we are the co-creators, writers and illustrators of our own story.
Blogging has also been my therapy
As I transition through stages of life that I was not prepared for; a chronic illness, loss, grief, aging, the empty nest, etc., staying creative helps me feel productive and appreciate life. Photography and writing are my primary creative outlets now, aside from RE-creating my own life. Creativity keeps things fresh, alive & moving forward.
I’ve been fighting with an autoimmune disease since 2003, and it can be unpredictable and painful. It has limited the type of work I can do so I’ve had to keep reinventing my income sources out of necessity. At the same time, I continually strive to improve my health on all fronts – physical, mental, emotional and spiritual.
A Long Story Short
I live in NH, sometimes with my husband who is often overseas. (2017 version, the story keeps changing.) My forever faithful cat keeps me company, a nd my son’s guinea pig. My youngest graduated from college this year and didn’t move home. My oldest son lives about a half hour away and my daughter lives in Arizona.
I’ve traveled a lot throughout my life, 22 countries and 3/4’s of the USA. I grew up in Florida and my 3 children were born in Florida. My husband is from Australia, so people often ask why we ended up living in NH. That’s a longer story. It’s not easy being an international family.
The world is a beautiful place
I believe in appreciating life and taking good care of it. I love the art, traditions, celebrations and clothing of different cultures. People have so much beauty and goodness to share with each other. That’s why I hate war & crime & anything that hurts people’s hearts. I strive to be a peacemaker and a catalyst for renewed hope in the goodness of life.