What we feed our minds is easily as important as what we feed our bodies.
Wholehearted is soulfood for your mind, a weekly observation to nudge your thinking and warm your heart.
My name is Jenny and I’m a writer. It’s a declaration that elicits the same response as other forms of addiction. A puzzled look and a step back, followed by curiosity. Are you famous? Have I read any of your books? No and probably not.
The thing is that I write in order to think. Back to front, perhaps, but just as many people talk in order to hear what they think, I write to figure things out. Often I don’t know what will emerge until my fingers hit the keyboard.
Sometimes, though, it becomes an echo chamber and a fix of something else is needed to break the circle of thoughts. A book, a conversation, people watching. Snippets of lives glimpsed through other lenses.
Writing a newsletter for baby boomers ploughing through the second half of life, is embedded deep in my own experience and observations. There’s plenty of material, but it’s only useful to a certain extent, before running the risk of navel gazing.
While I often receive emails responding to a nerve touched by the newsletter, today I’m reaching out to you with a different request. What’s your biggest struggle right now? If you had three questions for me to address, Wholeheartedly, here, what would they be?
Just hit reply. My response might be a puzzled look, and a step back, but it will always be followed with curiosity and a considered flow of words.
Inspiration in your inbox.