68: Rebuilding a Life of Joy
In this episode, Hope talk about how she learned to surrender and the peace it brought her, how she overcame alcoholism and found her relationship to Source, about following your dreams with patience, but also persistence. Her stories even brought me to tears. I know you’ll be inspired by Hope!
About My Guest:
Hope Andersen is an author and poet who began this phase of her writing career at 60 years old. She had suffered a 40 year writer’s block, during which she worked a teacher, a ghost writer, an editor, a publicist, a gardener, and a copy writer. When her husband almost died of liver cancer in 2015, Hope re-examined her life and made the decision to follow her bliss. What has resulted is a series of publications, trips, TV appearances, screenplays, a new coaching business and an online writing class. Quite apart from the physical successes she has enjoyed over the past four years, Hope is most grateful for the new freedom and joy she is experiencing.
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Free to Write: busting the blocks that keep you stuck with Hope Andersen: https://lions-tooth-enterprises.mykajabi.com/offers/N2QjT9mr
Breathe in Color: children’s coloring book that teaches breathing exercises for increased calm and resliency by Jessica Brittani: http://www.calmandcolorful.com/book
Angelic Attendants & Angel Messages for Kids by Julie Ryan: http://www.askjulieryan.com/books
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