FTG Blog Now Delivered to Your Inbox on Tuesday Mornings

Have you read Finding the Gift: Daily Meditations for Mindfulness and want more? Join the club! Sign up to receive a new meditation every Tuesday morning delivered right to your inbox.

People always ask me if I plan to publish another daily meditation book. While I can’t answer that definitively or give a time frame, I can tell you that I still “see things” in nature, pets and other unexpected places. It didn’t stop happening when I reached my goal of 366 meditations and published Finding the Gift. I thought maybe it would?

I receive metaphors and life lessons on nearly every walk I take (if I’m tuned in and open and not on a mental hamster wheel about something else). They also come to me in the car, at the gym, in the shower and even at the grocery store, among many other ordinary places. I jot them down or dictate them into my phone and file them away for later.

However, later never seemed to come and I had almost completely stopped posting blogs. (I don’t think one or two a year is really considered “blogging.”) I decided to start sharing the nuggets I’m seeing as they happen instead of keeping them for my own inspiration and a future publication. That holds me accountable to noticing and capturing the gifts I might otherwise miss and my readers will have new content every week until there is a new book. It’s a win/win!

One day I will compile a new collection of daily meditations but until then, I am committed to sharing new FTG insights every Tuesday morning. I love hearing from readers so sign up for the weekly emails and reply when one strikes a chord with you. I would also love to chat with you in my Facebook FTG Reader’s Group so join the conversation there as well. Cheers to your gifts!

By |2019-08-12T20:30:03-05:00August 12th, 2019|Blog Posts, Featured|Comments Off on FTG Blog Now Delivered to Your Inbox on Tuesday Mornings

About the Author:

Angela Howell is a speaker, transformation coach, and the author of "Finding the Gift: Daily Meditations for Mindfulness." She considers her twelve-year career in corporate sales, various entrepreneurial endeavors, and long-time eating disorder recovery journey among her greatest teachers. When a work injury ended her sales career in 2005, Angela reinvented herself as a photographer, writer and abstract artist.Passionate about wellness and success, Angela has been featured in Fast Company, Cosmopolitan and Yahoo News, and she is a regular contributor to Huffington Post. Angela is devoted to inspiring people to find renewed passions for living, loving, working and playing. And of course, just being!
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