You, plus up to seven other women, will enjoy backpacking, Forest Bathing, and campfires out in the clean, crisp air of Pisgah National Forest in the company of other like-minded women. Wasn’t the pace of 2022 just…exhausting? If you are feeling desperate for some time to unplug, slow down, and just BE, Jayne and I […]
Notes from Nature
Have you been yearning for MORE time in Nature? Did you know I wrote a very accessible and usable book to help you do just that? It’s called “Notes from Nature: Tune Into Your Inner Voice by Letting Nature Take the Lead” Here’s a nice review: “Angie Mattson Stegall talks about her own experiences on […]
Maybe it’s not imposter syndrome, it’s where you’re planted?
On Saturday afternoon, I was weeding my garden (hello, yes that’s me un-showered, great hair, dirty gardening shirt). The weeds were winning and I was trying to free my strawberries from their clutches! While I was digging, I realized there are two kinds of strawberries in my garden! There are wild strawberries – they have […]
What can a deck of cards do?
I have close to 20 different decks of cards in my collection… Nope, not playing cards… Oracle cards. Not Tarot (that’s a whole different skillset that hasn’t called to me). Oracle cards are meant to help you reach into your subconscious or unconscious for a message, inspiration, or possibly for instructions. Over and over, they […]
Exploring your options
“I just need a chance to explore my thoughts, feelings, and options.” ⬆️I cannot tell you how many times people have reached out to me for this. –> I give them time –> Without judgement –> Offering deep listening –> Challenging their perspective –> Challenging their stories –> Again, without judgement –> Asking powerful questions […]
Powerful thinking time
The quiet of the Forest is an offering. A time for deep reflection and introspection. Over and over, when I sit with clients in the Forest, I watch them SETTLE. Breath. And begin to THINK differently. I see the wheels turning. And I watch as clarity, direction, and answers come to them. It’s quiet work. […]