I didn’t know if I was going to get a quick post in today. I had a busy day, including an interview about The Self Compassion Project with a new magazine called, Live Happy. The magazine has had a few issues. I went to Barnes and Noble yesterday and got a copy, and it looks really good. This month features Gretchen Rubin and The Happiness Project. I’m sure I’ll only end up with a quote or two, but it was exciting nonetheless. I didn’t even have time to get nervous because the interviewer was supposed to call at 1:00 CST and she called at noon. The dogs hadn’t even been let out yet, so I was talking on the phone trying to deal with them at the same time. Self-compassion is a hot topic right now. Tomorrow I have another interview with First for Women magazine. That one I’ve seen in the grocery store lines. I think it might be a weekly. I’m a little more nervous for the interview tomorrow. I got the questions beforehand, which almost makes it worse. I’m over-thinking and over-preparing.
Check out Live Happy’s website, and here’s a picture I snapped while in Barnes and Noble.
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I like how the magazine cover says, “Life Is An Adventure”. I decomposed the word “adventure” once into: -ure = a process, -vent = to come, ad = to : “The process of coming to” – becoming conscious. Sleepers, awake!
Very cool, Scott!
I love that self-compassion is a hot topic now! It’s so important. Congratulations on getting your work out there in the world. 🙂 I am very grateful to meet another self-compassion educator.
I’ve also started a self-compassion project of my own: self-compassion for teachers. Here is a post I wrote about it recently, http://throwingbacktokens.wordpress.com/2014/03/03/teacher-self-compassion-redthumbforlove-compassion-training-3-2/ and have also started a Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/redthumbforlove It would be wonderful if one day we could collaborate.
Oh, so nice to meet you. I just liked your Facebook page. Yes, we should find a way to collaborate!
Let’s keep that thought at the back of our minds. 🙂 Thank you for the support Barbara!