Tuesday, December 22, 2015
Reverb15 the day after
Hard to believe... but our 21 days of Reverb are over for another year!
It's been such a beautiful experience. Dare I say a gentle one? For me, there was something about this year's prompts -- particularly the amazing guest contributions -- that invited a quiet introspection and this felt very welcome.
A small number of committed bloggers showed up Every. Single. Day. They responded to every post, submitted their URLs in the daily linky, then visited other bloggers to leave heartfelt messages of support. You know who you are, my friends, and I can hardly begin to describe my gratitude for your generosity of spirit.
A huge shout-out to our magnificent guest bloggers: Kathleen Jowitt, Cindy Mearns, Jennifer Williams-Fields, Alana Lawson, Julia Inglis, Lisa Sadikman, Deborah Weber and C Streetlights. Gals, I am forever in your debt! THANK YOU for your beautiful words and indelible images. And for giving us a new way of seeing the things that truly matter.
A special thanks to Alana for letting me inhabit the Wolf and Word Facebook page for the past three weeks! It felt good to try something new and I was so lucky to have such a capable and reassuring hand to hold.
And thank you to Camille Condon for her time and talent: I love the Reverb banner and blog button today as much as I did three years ago!
Friends, I hope you are nourished, fortified and sustained by everything you discovered during your Reverb15 journey. May 2016 be your most (extra)ordinary year yet!
P.S. It's become a bit of a tradition for me to pass on some resources for those of you who feel motivated to take your manifesting to the next level. This year, I will just mention the ones I am using myself. They are:
* Susannah Conway's wonderful Unravelling the Year Ahead workbook and planner (I am going to do mine on New Year's Eve!). This is an amazing resource and it is absolutely free.
* Moorea Seal's The 52 Lists Project: A Year of Weekly Journalling Inspiration. I love how quick and deceptively simple this project is! The book is absolutely stunning too.
* Sarah Ban Breathnach's Simple Abundance: A Daybook of Comfort and Joy. An oldie but a goodie! A delicious little morsel to savour before sleep each evening.
* Amy Palko's annual Goddess Reading. I am so excited to receive a reading for the third year running. My travelling companions (Bast in 2014 and Artemis in 2015) led me to some seriously extraordinary places!
P.P.S. I’m not an affiliate for any of these i.e. I don’t receive any sort of commission for endorsement, I’m just keen to share the love. (Just saying.)
P.P.P.S. If you have a spare moment between now and Christmas, do stop by again and say hi! I have a bit of an announcement that will... er... change things quite a bit, actually...