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  • Treacy Pearce1

    I Choose Both

    Motherhood? Or my soul work? So often I have felt that there was a choice. One or the other. I know I am not alone. Many creative women choose not to have children because they know this choice. Others choose motherhood and realise too late, […]

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  • Wilde1

    Wilde Tribe 2016

    I am SO excited to share this powerful¬†online women’s event that I am part of: Wilde Tribe is a gathering of powerful women with a powerful purpose, including many heroines of mine: Susun Weed, Vicki Noble, DeAnna L’am, Chameli Ardagh… The first Wilde Tribe was […]

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  • Status: Anxiety

    Previously anxiety was a private thing for me.¬†A shameful secret which had no name. One that would keep me home alone, waiting for the clouds to pass over. With the launch of another book – Burning Woman – anxiety has hit me hard once more. […]

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  • Surreal1

    It’s Safe to Be Me: An Exploration of Art and Identity

    I have recently been allowing myself to paint again. My soul sister was over this week, she and her husband are involved in the professional and academic art scenes where they live. And I realise how despite my books, despite my paintings, I struggle to […]

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  • Welcome

    Following last week’s declaration of independence, I’ve been feeling freed up… and creative flow has poured in, once I was prepared to let go of the old. So the Dreaming Aloud site will stay as a portal to my work as it is now…and it […]

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  • Dreaming Aloud is Dead – A Declaration of Independence

    Part of the cycle of creativity is death. A vital part of the process is letting go of the old. Dreaming Aloud is now in its seventh year. I have travelled long and far from the young woman who started it in my twenties. I […]

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  • Lemon Cartoon

    Your Body is Not a Lemon

    Your body is not a lemon. These are the inimitable words of the one and only Ina May Gaskin in her birthing books. Three home births later, I know her words to be true. But nearly 11 years on from my first birth, and exactly […]

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  • GreenFern

    I Lost the Battle with Myself

    This week I lost the battle with my self. The one I have been fighting most of my life. And it feels wonderful. Because my self has won. And surely that is what we are all here for, to set our selves free in this […]

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  • Burnout

    From Burnout to Brilliance

    Burnout is the epidemic of our times. That my top post of all time was on healing adrenal fatigue attests to this. You’d think someone who gets to create for a living, should be having fun all day. Burnout should not be a thing. Unfortunately […]

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  • Rainbowway

    Warning: This Book Could Change Your Life

    JUST 99p/ 99c ON KINDLE RIGHT NOW! Amazon.co.uk Amazon.com Last week I heard from a mother who had read my book, The Rainbow Way: cultivating creativity in the midst of motherhood, and been inspired to quit her job to focus on making a living from […]

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