One woman's quest to improve her health and have some adventures along the way
Author: Maggie Olson
I'm an advocate of finding adventure in everyday life. I am passionate about personal development and small business consulting. I run workshops that teach people about the power of their words. I am a writer, blogger, and photographer. At my website wellness adventuring.com I provide inspiration and compassion.
It’s been a really great 2.5 years writing this blog. I’ve learned so much in this time, had great conversations, and rediscovered my passion for the written word. I owe so much of that to those of you who have participated in this community!
The time has come to move on, however, as I change the majority of my business focus to personal development and small business consulting (no worries existing massage clients, I’m still doing that too!). It’s time for this blog to wind down while I focus on the new site and newsletter.
If you like what I’ve done here, why not head over to the new site and check it out! You can read a more in-depth version of my story. I’m also inviting readers to share their own stories.
I’m so excited for this next chapter in my career, and I hope to see many of you there!
Breathe. Let go. And remind yourself that this very moment is the only one you know you have for sure. -Oprah Winfrey My life has taken a lot of turns over the last few years. Basically, it’s been chaotic. I’m at the beginning of another major personal upheaval and hard times are ahead. Sometimes, during […]
I’m so excited present my method to use a journal to build self-esteem and self-confidence, and to hear Marsha present her method of dream interpretation! We’re going to have fun while getting empowered to get in touch with our creativity.
You can find more information and buy tickets through Eventbrite here.
It’s time once again for “Everyday Adventures” where I embrace the possibility of adventure in my ordinary life. For this adventure, I took advantage of the beautiful weather and snuck off to the Chicago Botanic Garden. It’s only a 35 minute train ride from my neighborhood (well, the neighborhood north of mine), but I have never bothered to go by myself. Challenge accepted.
Of course, it’s all so simple! Except it isn’t, is it? This right here, this is my life’s work. Who am I underneath all the faces I wear outside. What is it to embrace my whole self, rough edges and all? What is it like to be you? The deep down, real, totally authentic you […]