Creative Living with Jamie: Kate Wolfe-Jenson

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Kate Wolfe-Jenson on Creative Living with Jamie

This Week on Creative Living with Jamie:

Kate Wolfe-Jenson, writer & creativity celebrant

Kate Wolfe-Jenson is on a journey to become an openhearted celebrant of creativity and compassion. She is accompanied by her love for the arts, her mystic sense of what’s holy (everything) and a pack of slathering monsters that includes Multiple Sclerosis and a tendency to self-criticism. Her travelogues include Dancing with Monsters: Chronic Illness as Creative Transformation, Mac and His Monster and the new illustrated e-book Comfort & Joy: Practicing Life as a Compassionate Creative Experiment. She blogs at JourneyDancing.com.

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Blog: JourneyDancing.com
Facebook: Dancing with Monsters page
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  1. Dara says:

    I really enjoyed this podcast. I was inspired by how and when Kate chooses to use her art on her journey. There were many pieces she shared that spoke to me.

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