31 min

Love Letters to Ourselves Love Letters, Life and Other Conversations

    • Home & Garden

This week on the Love Letters, Life, and Other Conversations Podcast Jane and Wendy share how we can give a Love Letters to Ourselves.
Wendy and Jane are no longer waiting for someone to give them permission to live their lives as they want them to be.  They have each written a love letter to themselves in the form of a motto to live by.  Jane’s love letter to herself is “I’m never going back to the beige, I’m only available for extraordinary” and Wendy’s love letter to herself is “I’m only available for what delights me!’
They talk about;
How what we are seeking lies in giving ourselves permission and how that act shows others it is possible for them also.What extraordinary experiences are and how to recognize them.That being happy is not selfish, it is a gift to yourself and others.Wendy’s Takeaways
Jane's commitment to the extraordinary and how she does not keep it to herself but includes her circle of friends in that commitment.Being open to another perspectiveHow using your intuition and trusting yourself is all that you needJane’s Takeaways
Bravery - be brave and tell someone exactly what you are thinking because that bravery leads to extraordinary conversations.Raw vulnerability lets us connect in a way that something extraordinary good can happen.That the extraordinary can be the most ordinary thing…like digging in the garden. ---------------------------------
You are invited to share your love letters with them for consideration for a future conversation.  Email your love letter to loveletterconversations@gmail.com

What is a love letter?  
It is a letter, a text, a poem, a direct message, a drawing, a voice message, a watercolor, a recipe, a cup of tea, a smile, a home-baked meal delivered.  It's anything that connects us and makes us feel all those messy emotions, that without life would be pretty beige.

Visit the Podcast Page:  https://bit.ly/3d8sCDo 
Stay connected with Jane and Wendy on Instagram
Jane Webster
@janewebsterthefrenchtable
Wendy Harrop
@phineaswrighthouse

This week on the Love Letters, Life, and Other Conversations Podcast Jane and Wendy share how we can give a Love Letters to Ourselves.
Wendy and Jane are no longer waiting for someone to give them permission to live their lives as they want them to be.  They have each written a love letter to themselves in the form of a motto to live by.  Jane’s love letter to herself is “I’m never going back to the beige, I’m only available for extraordinary” and Wendy’s love letter to herself is “I’m only available for what delights me!’
They talk about;
How what we are seeking lies in giving ourselves permission and how that act shows others it is possible for them also.What extraordinary experiences are and how to recognize them.That being happy is not selfish, it is a gift to yourself and others.Wendy’s Takeaways
Jane's commitment to the extraordinary and how she does not keep it to herself but includes her circle of friends in that commitment.Being open to another perspectiveHow using your intuition and trusting yourself is all that you needJane’s Takeaways
Bravery - be brave and tell someone exactly what you are thinking because that bravery leads to extraordinary conversations.Raw vulnerability lets us connect in a way that something extraordinary good can happen.That the extraordinary can be the most ordinary thing…like digging in the garden. ---------------------------------
You are invited to share your love letters with them for consideration for a future conversation.  Email your love letter to loveletterconversations@gmail.com

What is a love letter?  
It is a letter, a text, a poem, a direct message, a drawing, a voice message, a watercolor, a recipe, a cup of tea, a smile, a home-baked meal delivered.  It's anything that connects us and makes us feel all those messy emotions, that without life would be pretty beige.

Visit the Podcast Page:  https://bit.ly/3d8sCDo 
Stay connected with Jane and Wendy on Instagram
Jane Webster
@janewebsterthefrenchtable
Wendy Harrop
@phineaswrighthouse

31 min