Shifts at WTG

I have some news this morning. 

For the past few months, I’ve noticed an internal change in energy around my work in the world. 

The image and words that keep visiting me are “to lovingly lay down Write to Glow” in its current form.

Initially, I was surprised by this thought and feeling. Why would I “lay down” something I’ve been passionately building and growing for the past 6 years?

Perhaps you’re surprised, too.

All I can say is I feel pulled to explore a new direction.  What’s coming up for me is a desire to return to my Scholastic roots, in a sense, and support others through my writing and editing skills.  

I’ve had the privilege over the past months to edit for friends and family a screenplay, a young adult novel, a professional essay, and website copy. 

I LOVE to guide others in the writing process – to help them share their ideas, voice, and vision with clarity, authenticity, and aliveness.

To create space for the New:

  • I’ll write in this space monthly, more or less, rather than weekly. 

  • I’ve removed Circles and Retreats from the calendar after these 3 upcoming offerings: 

o  WTG Portland – March 9th  (register here)

o  WTG Zoom-Room – April 4th (register here)

o  WTG Retreat: Spring LIGHT – May 3-5 (learn more here and email me for availability)

I’ll continue to facilitate WTG Circles and Retreats by request through:

  • Private WTG Sessions (online or in-person)

  • Customized WTG Circles (online or in-person) 

  • Partnership with other programs, organizations, and retreats

And since pop-ups are always fun, look out for those!

Change. 
Winding roads.
Pivots. 

I kind of love it – the adventure of following the nudges, breadcrumbs, and synchronicities… the deep listening and trust to follow that “quiet, still voice,” …the hard-earned permission I now give myself to follow my DELIGHT.

I have no idea how this new venture in editing will unfold. I’ll keep you posted, though! 

And hey, if you, or someone in your world, has a need for an editor, I’m ready to dive in with my skills and my heart. 

Thank you, thank you, Sister, for being on this journey with me. 

Any changes coming up for you as we head into the growth energy of Spring?

With love,






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3). Accept ALL that you write -- the pretty + ugly; absurd + boring. Discover what wants to be felt, known, expressed, released...