Friday, March 8, 2019

Use Spring Colors to Energize You!

What colors and activities do you envision when you think SPRING?

Discover simple ways to use colors, affirmations, visualizations, and journal writing to improve your sense of well-being. 

Yahoo. Spring is a fresh season, and perfect time to get together at...

Where: Seasoned Woman,in the Williams Center Plaza, 5460 E. Broadway Blvd., Tucson, AZ 85711
When: Sat. March 16, 2019 From 2-3 PM
This workshop is fun, interactive, and introduces you to self-care skills featured in Colors of Joy: A Woman's Guide for Self-Discovery, Balance, and Bliss.

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Journal writing in Colors of Joy  improves your outlook and way you treat yourself and others. 

Discover how easily color-coded exercises and journal writing activities attract positive energy and helps you feel more joy each day.

Reservations to the workshop are on a first-come first serve basis and complimentary. 

Please go to the Seasoned Woman’s Website and Click on the Link for Events to reserve your place.
For Nancy Andres’ bio, event schedule, and wellness ideas click here.

Additional Reading:



Spring Cleaning Guide

Book Review from Judee Algazi of Colors of Joy

Before you go, please comment. 

Do you journal write to get a perspective on things you are confused about? 

Does it help to write down those things that are troubling you?

Isn't spring a wonderful season to reboot your self-care routine (a fresh start) though journal writing or other self-care practices? 

Explain whether you agree or disagree and why.

Before I sign off here's the quote for today.

“What I need is the dandelion in the spring. The bright yellow that means rebirth instead of destruction. The promise that life can go on, no matter how bad our losses. That it can be good again.” 
― Suzanne Collins, Mockingjay

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Thanks for Visiting

Hope you enjoyed your visit and will return again. Be well. Live well. Lead a colorful life! Warm regards, Nan