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#7 Reclaiming Your Lost, Creative Spirit with Jennifer Louden

If you haven’t met Jennifer Louden yet, you’re in for a real treat. A pioneer in the women’s self-care movement, Jen’s teeming with wisdom and infectious enthusiasm. At the tail end of one of her biggest life’s transition to-date, she shares with us how she stays grounded during such massive life changes as moving and caring for an aging parent. We also dive into essential ways to avoid “drying up” creatively and how to set up sacred “containers” each day to help us honor our desires.

Jennifer Louden is a personal growth pioneer who helped launch the self-care movement with her first book, The Woman’s Comfort Book. She’s the author of 7 additional books on well-being and whole living.There are about million copies of her books in print in 9 languages.

Jennifer has spoken around the U.S., Canada and Europe, written a national magazine column for a Martha Stewart magazine, been profiled or quoted in dozens of major magazines, and appeared on hundreds of TV and radio shows, even on Oprah. Jennifer has been teaching retreats and leading workshops since 1992, and creating vibrant on-line communities and innovative learning experiences since 2000. She married her second husband at 50, and is the very proud mom of Lillian and very proud bonus mom to Aidan. Visit her online at www.JenniferLouden.com

I hope you enjoy our conversation!

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