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I’m in the early stages of creating a program for women over 50 who want to create and be with change in their bodies, their lives and in the world.

I’m excited about it and I have a ton of ideas…but right now, the program needs a name. I came up with one. And I thought it was great.

But then I realized it wasn’t.

And I got stuck.

In their book, Art & Fear, David Bayles and Ted Orland tell a story about creativity that is helping me get UNstuck (James Clear also tells a version of it in his book Atomic Habits). In today’s conversation we’ll talk about the power of creative quantity over perfectionism ~ a habit that can trip me up over and over.

What is your relationship with perfectionism and creative quantity? Share below what gets you stuck when you’re creating something and what frees you up.

And if you’re a woman over 50 who is interested in creating and being with change in your body, your life and the world, let me know that, too, and I’ll keep you posted about the program as it develops (and maybe ask you for feedback or to try something out!).

Can’t wait to hear from you.

Breathe deep. Shine bright. Show up.


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