Lucy H. Pearce is a multiple Amazon bestselling author, publisher, vibrant artist, teacher and mother of three.

Her life-changing non-fiction books include:

  • Medicine Woman: reclaiming the soul of healing.
  • Full Circle Health: integrated health charting for women – a creative approach to holistic health for all who love planners, trackers and bullet journals. Full Circle Health provides a highly flexible, deeply supportive way of tracking your health, whatever your current health conditions.
  • Burning Woman – a highly-acclaimed exploration of women and power, a #1 Amazon bestseller and Nautilus award winner.
  • Moon Time: harness the ever-changing energy of your menstrual cycle, is the #1 best-selling book in its field on Amazon, and has been acclaimed by women around the world as “life-changing”.
  • Her girl’s version Reaching for the Moon is a soulful guide to the menstrual cycle for girls aged 9-14 and is now in 5 languages: English, French, Dutch, Spanish and Polish.
  • The Rainbow Way: Cultivating Creativity in the Midst of Motherhood has been a #1 bestseller on Amazon in the UK and US. It features the voices of over 50 creative mothers including: Jennifer Louden, Pam England and Leonie Dawson and has been credited with saving lives and starting creative businesses.
  • Moods of Motherhood is a journey through the diverse emotional weather of motherhood that speaks the unspeakable straight to the heart.

Lucy has contributed to a number of book anthologies from: Tiny Buddha; BlogHer; Wild Sister and She Rises. Her work is featured in If Women Rose Rooted and her art has featured in magazines, diaries and calendars around the world.

The former contributing editor at JUNO magazine, Lucy is the founder of Womancraft Publishing, which publishes life-changing, paradigm-shifting books by women, for women. She is passionate about helping midwife creativity, and offers editorial services at Lucent Word.

She has blogged on creativity and motherhood at Dreaming Aloud.net for nearly a decade. Her articles have appeared in newspapers, websites and magazines around the world. She is much in demand as a guest teacher and speaker at telesummits.

She lives in a little pink house with white shutters, in the village of her birth on the coast in East Cork, Ireland where she co-creates a living and the care of her family with her husband.



Some may say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one…

That line from John Lennon has been known to make me cry.

Because being a dreamer in this world can feel lonely and scary. We have big beautiful dreams but learning to live them out loud, helping them to bloom, and supporting ourselves in the process – that’s the work of heroes, and often we feel anything but.


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I understand what it takes to move ideas from seed to fully rooted plant. I know the creative process inside out. In the words of one blog reader: “Lucy gets shit done!”

I know what it’s like to be highly sensitive and under-confident.  To struggle with depression and anxiety. I know completely. Please, please don’t let that stop you for a second. The way out is through. Through creativity we heal ourselves… and all those whose lives we touch. This I know as truth.

And it matters. Don’t for a second think it doesn’t. Or that you can put it off for another moment. Our world needs all the colour and innovation we can give right now. Our communities, global and local, are hungry for people of vision, projects of hope, people standing fully in their power not dominated by fear.

We need to find the courage to harness our greatest visions and live them out. We need to embody our values. Dare to live authentically. Risk vulnerability. Face down shame, repression and taboo. Dreaming new dreams not only for ourselves, but for the entire human race.

Each of our voices matter so much. Our collective energy is so desperately needed in these transition times.

Together we can create change.


About Dreaming Aloud

Dreaming Aloud is a hub and creative portal – a virtual community, inspiration tank and resource centre – for world changers, creatives of every rainbow hue, artists, writers, mamas, free thinkers, dreamers all…


Here at Dreaming Aloud we celebrate:

  • The creative process
  • Authenticity and vulnerability as the keys to self expression
  • Radical self-care and revolutionary approaches to health
  • Breaking taboos
  • Making connections, creating community
  • Experimenting with new ways of living, balancing creativity, work and parenthood…


What’s with all the pebbles?



The Rainbow Way