#1000Speak For Compassion


Today I join hands with bloggers around the world to take part in a fantastic initiative. #1000Speak For Compassion It all started with a post by Lizzi Rogers, entitled ‘We All Need The Village’. This was taken up by Yvonne Spence and turned into this wonderful project. Today, 20th February, bloggers are doing this:   […]

A To Z Theme Reveal Invite


I’ve been undertaking the Blogging From A to Z Challenge for the last two years and this year is no exception. Last year, I attempted to blog through April on From 7Eight and here in the middle of moving cities. Something had to give, and I missed out on a few letters of the alphabet […]

Daring Daily #MicroblogMondays


I know I’m going to sound like a broken record. There are two things I want to do every single day – walk and write. I’ve tried again and again to do this. ┬áI confess that I lack the discipline to stick to my plans. Is there something in my mental makeup that keeps me […]

Of Blogging Angels And A Great Offer

SEO offer

Sometime last year the Write Tribe website went down! I tried everything I knew – but I kept getting the same error message. Kaput…over. I thought we would lose all our data and more importantly all the links on the linkies. I contacted the Indian operation of our hosting provider and even though I had […]

Digging Deep

digging deep

Digging Deep: Unearthing Your Creative Roots Through Gardening Updated 10th Anniversary Edition By Fran Sorin Braided World Publishing ISBN-13: 978-0990791928 (Softcover) Digging Deep: Unearthing Your Creative Roots Through Gardening┬áis a powerfully uplifting and transformative self-help book for the creatively and spiritually challenged. Overflowing with tips, exercises, and resources, the updated 10th Anniversary Edition of Digging […]

The Courage To Let Go Of Certainties #MicroblogMondays

creativity requires the courage to let go

Creativity requires the courage to let go of certainties ~ Erich Fromm Last week, I let go of a Facebook blogging group I created a year and a half back. I felt that the group was getting a bit stale and I needed to make place for something new. When one of the members sought […]