They're first cousins. No, wait! I'm only kidding.
I'm not sure how (or if) they're related in any other way, but they're connected in my mind because they're topics I've written about this week and shared on the interweb. I was in two places at once on Monday when both these posts went live (what a feeling!).
I'm honored to be part of Week/Module 9, Authenticity: “Emphasizing What Makes You Different”, at A Year With Myself (the wonderful, year-long self-love, reflection and journaling program set up by C.A. Kobu).
In my role as an Instigator there I wrote about the beauty and individuality of snowflakes - and how we can pay attention to, and maintain, our snowflakeness (think Square-Pegness) even when we're pulled toward blending in.
I'm really excited that C.A. included a recording of me sharing the snowflake essay and the journal prompts in the free version of the module! I hope you get a chance to hear me (hear me! I'm not sure why, but I love that - grin!).
When you click on the links above you can read about, and order - if you're so moved - the paid version of A Year With Myself*, which includes (obviously) even more than the free version. My part in the paid version of this module includes an indepth (and I mean indepth) interview - C.A. asked grrreat questions!
It also includes an interview, and input, from my friend Dian Reid (this link goes to our Square-Peg interview of Dian, not the one by C.A. Kobu) - and also includes the extras that C.A. adds to each module (she really knows how to ignite reflection!).
I am also honored to be a guest poster on Sandi Anorim's Deva Coaching site - with a post called "Tend the Soil, Don't Fight the Weeds".
Can you guess what it's about? (p.s. not so much about gardening - which is good because I've been kind of a crappy gardener the past couple years - sigh). There have been a number of comments on the post, and I'd love for YOU to add your thoughts!
*I'm an affiliate of A Year With Myself, so if you buy the year-long program through the links above you'll be supporting Square-Peg People (without spending a penny more!).