Summer Sabbatical (And a Best-of List)

Summer Sabbatical (And a Best-of List)

on Jul 17, 2012 in Creativity | 1 comment

Photo by Zach Stern (

It’s time, folks.

I’ve been checking in with myself over the last couple of weeks, and I’m getting the message from my body and mind that it is time for my annual summer blogging sabbatical.

This has been a tremendously rich and full year here at the Liberated Life Project. I’ve been consistently posting weekly articles and deeply appreciating interacting with many of you. This past month I launched the first-ever LLP e-course, “Fall in Love with Your Work.” We’re in the midst of that course now and I’m so gratified to watch the breakthroughs that many people are having in relation to their professional life. You can read one participant’s reflections here, and if you’d like to find out when the course will be offered again, take a look on this page.

This feels like the right time to pack it in for the next 6 weeks, do some housekeeping on this website, and re-charge my energy in preparation for the fall. Also, I’ll be coordinating an intensive 10-day training for the Upaya Buddhist Chaplaincy Program in August, and that requires my wholehearted engagement!

So, this is my sign-off post until early September. While I’m gone, I’ve listed a few of my favorite posts from the past year below to keep you busy : )

May you have a blessed summer, and I’ll see you in September!

My Favorite Posts: Sept 2011 – July 2012


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    1 Comment

  1. Stunning photo with the white tree – I guess it is frost? I found my way to your website via the Gluten-Free Goddess blog of Karina Allrich in which she referred to your article by Joan Halifax. I am happy now to be on your list as well.

    peter metcalf

    August 24, 2012

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