Getting back to simple joys

Re-grounding after the winter has passed and spring is here can be a marvelous way to get some self-care in ♥️ Whether your last few months have been overly busy and rather exhausting, or quieter and a bit on the lonely side- resetting your own rhythms is important.

Today's invitation: Get creative with your hands, and make something. Anything you like. Relax and unwind with some favourite music, and have fun creating with colours, textures, and neat ideas. Focusing on a creative project is super healthy for the mind. Rediscover a childlike moment and enjoy losing track of time as you get into the fun!

Karyn is a Registered Clinical Counsellor in Vancouver BC. She guides people in re-connecting with what brings them peace, fulfillment, and a sense of hope in their lives. It's a privilege to help clients strengthen their personal voice as they gain tools o feel more empowered and aligned with their purpose. 💛


What creativity can mean to you

An inspiring quote for today: 'Creativity is more than just being different. Anybody can plan weird; that’s easy. What’s hard is to be as simple as Bach. Making the simple, awesomely simple, that’s creativity' Charles Mingus


Letting simplicity be as it is takes courage. There is a quiet boldness in simplicity that holds a lot of power. Being forthright and pared down about how you share your ideas & preferences; your choice of food or clothing- these are ways to be creative while embracing the beauty of simplicity.

How are you embodying simplicity in your life right now? I would be glad to hear from you! Feel free to comment here, or email me at:

One book I  find creative inspiration in reading is SARK's Eat Mangoes Naked.  I also appreciate My Life Pages by Janet Conner.

Happy creating !