Do you feel like something is missing in your life? Are you looking for ways to re-connect with your true self? Let's find out how going back to examine what was important to you as a girl can help you gain more focus and clarity in your life right now.
First, re-read the book, "Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret." Next, through Journaling and Therapeutic Collage, you will create views of what mattered to you then and what matters to you now. This process will help you find clarity and focus!
Registered Nurse, Author, Coach
About the instructor
I know how it is when you can't get out of your own way and accomplish your goals. I spent years doing that, but no more! I made the transition from writer to author by befriending structure, which helps me bring focus to my writing and my life.
I write about relationships to help you find insight into your own. I guide you to create clarity, comfort, and connection in your own life by sharing what I have learned that has helped me in mine. I combine metaphysical tools (such as meditation, working with crystals, and Reiki) with close to twenty-five years of nursing practice to provide partnership and resources help you honor you one unique self and move forward and accomplish your goals!
Reach me at email@example.com
What others have been saying about this course:
Go Back To Go Forward course with Karen Maffeo Creamer
Karen is an inspiration to me, and I very much enjoyed both this course and the book that was part of it. I only wish I had more time for these kinds of things, but I hope Karen will do more. I like her flexible set-up, so I never felt rushed, alt...
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I have so enjoyed this class. Reading this book, brought back memories of my past growing up. Also, finding pictures, and the words to use on my collage was a fun activity. Karen is great! She really did an awesome job putting this course togeth...
Oh What Fun
As a forty-seven year-old woman who refuses to grow up, Go Back to Go Forward was just what the doctor order. It was so much fun to read Judy Blume's best seller as an adult and reminisce about what it was like to read the very same lines when I ...