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Why Susan Tweit reads Riehlife

Looking back at my drafts from the past, I found these encouraging comments from Susan Tweit, noted author, blogger, and friend. We met through Women Writing the West and Story Circle Network. Susan Tweit writes: Riehlife nurtures connections. I think of Riehlife as a tapestry woven of the many voices you meet and hear and […]

Sightlines Blog Tour, Week 1 & Featured Video; Nashville Launch Dinner Send-off

Amazingly, I’m all over the internet this week. The joint’s jumping this week with five internet visits to blogging buddies. In addition to the three stops of my audio book blog tour, check out these other visits. Several readers have asked me to say more about my two African homecoming journeys last year. Here it […]

Susan Tweit’s new book “Walking Nature Home”: It Takes a Village to Create a Book–and to Sustain Life

Susan Tweit’s newest book “Walking Nature Home” invites us as readers to lope along the field of a life shaped by challenge and close looking at nature. Her book contains good guidance lessening the need to control and learning to let go more. Her insights into ways to view chronic illness, talk about it, and […]

Happy Meme–a blogging game

“If you’re happy and you know it…clap your hands. If you’re happy and you know it…stamp your feet.” And so forth, goes my favorite kindergarten song. Janet Muirhead Hill tagged me for this “Happy Meme”. As she says, “It’s simple. I only have to list six things that make me happy. Well, maybe not so […]

Earth Hour Blog Duet with Susan Tweit: Why Symbolic Actions Matter

Symbolism is the tool of the poet, the visionary, the dreamer, the prophet, the priestess, the medicine woman, world healers and healers all over the world, ritualists, ceremonialists, performance artists, theater folks, and…yes, activists! Susan Tweit and I have been continuing our conversation on returning reverence and creativity to your daily life. Particularly, we’ve been […]

Tweit on “Talking Books on Title Page TV”

There’s a great new resource on the web for Book Lovers. That’s us, right? It’s “Title Page TV” and Episode 1: All Over the Map features the first of many passionate conversations about books hosted by Daniel Menaker. Read what Susan Tweit has to say about Title Page at Community of the Land Blogspot. _____________________________________________ […]

Hal Manogue’s designed to bloom in love—expanding the Regenerative Living Design Dialogue from our Riehl-Tweit Blog Duet

A.C.E. Hal Manogue’s TM (Aware Connected Energy) For those Riehlife and Community of the Land (Susan Tweit’s blog) readers who’ve been intrigued by our Blog Duet on the theme of Regenerative Design/Living, hop on over to Hal Manogue’s “Living a Non-Ordinary Life in a Non Ordinary Way” for a thoughtful essay that expands this dialogue.

Tweit & Riehl begin “Blog Duet”: How do we nurture ourselves and still nurture the world?

Susan Tweit, began our blog duet yesterday,Tuesday, February 12, 2008, with her post on “Community of the Land,” titled “Finding your balance: outward and inward.” Susan J. Tweit telling plant stories in Colorado Janet Riehl performs “Big Butts Are Beautiful” As a journalist, memoirist, blogger, and speaker I’ve known Susan through two organizations: Women Writing […]

SCN Conference: Circles of Conversations

Barbara Jo Brothers, of San Antonio (nee New Orleans), and discuss levels of losses in New Orleans after Katrina…how there are subtle losses, far more reaching and harder to reconstruct than the buildings. How are these subtle losses to be healed? Loss of relationship? The loss of how places were before Katrina…and all the way […]