Katherine May is a mother, nature lover, writing teacher, and a New York Times best selling author. She’s also been knocked down many times in her life and found a way forward by embracing the coldest passages of life.
Katherine’s personal struggle is the subject of her most recent book Wintering, which has influenced many with wisdom about the power of rest and retreat to help us through difficult times.
On this episode of Reconsidering, we talk with Katherine about work addiction, illness, guilt about not being productive, and how sometimes we have to accept a period of “wintering” to transform and come out the other side to a life you may not have anticipated.
Show notes and transcript: https://reconsidering.org/episodes/8