We all have a story to tell. What's yours?

What's Your Story, Morning Glory?

Ready to express your true self, learn {& practice} self-compassion & tell your unique story? Hurray —

Hi :) I'm Wendy. I've been helping people tell their stories for decades & now I'm thrilled to invite you to learn to tell yours.

Express Yourself. Every Day.

Discover your story; discover yourself.

My passion is helping you find your voice & own your story. You'll write your way to self-compassion, self-discovery, and self-love.

"...if you don't know where to start, remember that every single thing that has happened to you is yours, and you get to tell it. If people wanted you to write more warmly about them, they should've behaved better." -- Anne Lamott :)
  • Find Your Voice: Journal Writing

    Journals are awesome...unless they're not. Learn to use them well & open up the gates of self-discovery & self-compassion.

  • Find Your Story: Learn Reframing

    Did you know that you really can retell "reframe" your story in an empowering way...and that this is a legit, scientifically tested way to feel better?

  • Find (and befriend!) Your Villain

    What if your inner critic really thought they were helping you? You can {with self-compassion} write your way to befriending your inner critic & transform your negative thinking.

  • Find Your Superpower: Your Story Through Myth

    Be the hero of your own story. Once you get that you control the narrative, you decide what happens next in the story of your life...

  • Find Your Talent: Practice everyday, build your skills, and thrive as an artist/human

    Telling stories well takes practice. Heck, being human takes practice. We get better over time and the sooner you start, well...there's no better time than — now.

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Why Tell Your Story?

  • You Won’t Feel Like Hell

    "You're going to feel like hell if you wake up someday and you never wrote the stuff that is tugging at the sleeves of your heart: your stories, memories, visions and songs. Your truth, your version of things -- in your own voice. -- Anne Lamott

  • Writing Makes it Real.

    Of course it's all happening in your head, Harry. But why on earth should that mean that it is not real? -- Aldus Dumbledore to Harry Potter.

  • Writing Makes You Strong

    "I write to give my self strength. I write to be the characters that I am not. I write to explore all the things I am afraid of." -- Joss Whedon

  • Write to Find Out Who You Are.

    "I write entirely to find out what I'm thinking, what I'm looking at, what I see and what it means. What I want and what I fear." -- Joan Didion

  • You’ll Think More Clearly

    "If people cannot write well, they cannot think well. And if people cannot think well, others will do their thinking for them." -- George Orwell

  • Write to Understand Yourself

    "I write to understand as much as to be understood." -- Elie Wiesel "I write because I don't know what I think until I read what I say." -- Flannery O'Connor

  • Writing is a Gift to Yourself

    "Writing is an extreme privilege but it is also a gift. It's a gift to yourself but it is also a gift of giving a story to someone." -- Amy Tan

  • You Might Change the World

    "If you want to change the world, pick up your pen and write." -- Martin Luther "I write for those who do not have a voice..." -- Audre Lorde