Welcome Home: A Guide to Building a Home For Your Soul
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https://www.tumblr.com/partycoffin/701667816309407744/may-i-ask-for-some-wisdom-of-wallys-on-this-fine The author gives you so many tools throughout the book to help you with building each of these rooms. There are pieces of poetry to engage and enlighten, meditations, journal prompts, and more!
Zebian’s gentle and honest words hold the reader in an environment of realness and encouragement. Meeting us where we are, she equips us with tools and exercises that help us step into the role of architect. With her interwoven poetry and stories, she shows us her heart—and keeps us connected to our own.” — Mindful https://www.tumblr.com/partycoffin/720504106358341632/who-voiced-wally-before-the-new-voice-actor-iClown also described their own take in a Welcome Home x Alice in Wonderland AU. Wally would be the one to take the role of Alice in this universe, so curious about everything.  Most people want something in their life to change, whether it's their job, their personal relationships, or their ability to live authentically. And sometimes, unwanted change comes all too swiftly. In The Only Constant, celebrated author and educator Najwa Zebian guides her readers through the changes we must make (or those we need to endure) on the journey to our most authentic lives. She quiets the noise, teaches us to accept ourselves as we are now, and focuses on the necessity and beauty of those messy transitional times.
https://www.tumblr.com/partycoffin/702199769367511040/what-sort-of-carnival-games-would-the-gang-be-goodthis book found me when I needed it most. your 30s tend to be a lot of self discovery and diving deep into realizing why you are the way you are. your wants, your needs, your desires, what gets your out of bed in the morning. it is also a time for transitioning into a different part of your life, a part that may be scary when you still feel like you’re 22. I listened to that voice this time. It was the same voice I’d listened to a few days earlier when I pushed myself out of my comfort zone and started speaking to him in a more complimentary tone. He wasn’t reciprocating every single time, but he was happy to receive the compliments. And at that point, that’s all that mattered to me. He was trying to overcome a toxic past, and for him to accept a compliment was a huge step.