|Redesigning your garden and the garden of you…|
Always remember the beauty of the garden, for there is peace. Anonymous
We posted the May Living Differently newsletter (yesterday) and would love for you to take a look at it. (as it is posted on the third Friday of the month)
Our May Living Differently newsletter is about Grieving, Gardening and Growing.
I love learning through metaphors as they help me see through pain and I am grateful for this metaphor this month.
Now to be honest, my Guides, Maxx usually comes up with the topic for the monthly newsletter. I hear a phrase, a subject or they make a comment and then they explain their lesson. (this month I was sitting on my front porch talking to the neighborhood stray cats who bed and breakfast there when I received the subject)
Does Anyone Like Newsletters?
I have heard recently by on-line business types that newsletters “are so 2005!” That may be true to them but I don’t agree. I know I read a lot of books and searched for information to maintain my sanity in my earlier years of grief and I think newsletters can be helpful.
Many of these critics say that often newsletter content is a rehash of old information and reposting blog posts. Not this one! Besides, I have never been known to do what everyone else does!
Hopefully, what we write about each month is helpful to you.
Grieving, Gardening and Growing
Grief shapes us. We redesign us. Be the Master of Your Garden…
P.S. Please note at the top of the newsletter that there is a “Join Our Mailing List” button where you can sign up to receive the monthly newsletter. Also, we just started our Peace after Grief Facebook page that you are surely welcome to “Like” or comment or question on too! Thanks so much!
Chris Mulligan is the author of Afterlife Agreements: A Gift From Beyond which describes in detail the mother/son relationship that continues after death through documented signs and conversations. For more information visit http://www.Afterlifebooks.com where you can sign up for her Living Differently newsletter and visit her blog at http://www.afterlifebooks.blogspot.com. She writes about death, grief, loss and living. Her aim is to inspire, awaken, and motivate the bereaved to choose life after the death of a loved one