Wednesday, September 14, 2016

new workshops, new blog, new book




Hey!  Long time no see.

I started All the Many Layers at the end of 2012 and it's been my home as I ventured into self-employment and authorship and all kinds of creative adventures.  Right now I have that bittersweet feeling of wanting to go and wanting to stay at the same time.  But I know it's time to move on.

I've been packing up around here and preparing to move to a new space and release a new book.  Eek!  I'm taking the name with me but leaving a lot behind. Things will continue to be quiet around here for awhile, but All the Many Layers will be back with a new look and feel very soon.

In the meantime, the following info should be helpful:


  • If you're a first time visitor (welcome!), you can find out who I am and what I do here and here. 
  • If you are looking to read my work, most of the posts here on the blog have been taken down or will be very soon. You can access the archive for all my past newsletters here.  Also, be sure to subscribe to future newsletters here.
  • If you are looking to purchase one of my books, they are all available on Amazon.
  • If you are interested in taking one of my live workshops, registration is now open for the following events:
    • Atlanta:  Writing the Layers Self-Discovery Workshop {only 4 spots left!}  (September 17)
    • Washington DC:  Words That Move Writing Workshop {doing this in person for the first time!} (October 22)
    • Atlanta:  Life in Translation: Shaping Experiences into Impactful, Dynamic, and Marketable Content  (November 5)
    • NYC:  Writing the Layers Self-Discovery Workshop (November 19)
  • If you are interested in taking one of my online courses:



Also, while I'm working on this transition behind the scenes, I'm lurking around on Instagram and Twitter.    

If you sent me an email and I have not responded, I apologize.  I feel like I've been behind on emails forever.  I'm slowly but surely catching up so please don't take my slow response personally.

Lastly, I hope you all had a blessed summer!  I know mine had plenty of ups and downs (as life always does) but I'm grateful for the lessons learned and all the special moments.  I'm letting go of all the expectations that my inner critic is trying to tell me that I didn't meet and I'm focused on staying open and present for what's next.

There is always more going on than we can see clearly in the moment, you know?  So when we ask for strength, grace, growth, relief, whatever, know that for us to receive these blessings, there is going to be some work and discomfort involved. Be humble and brave through it all.  Save your energy for this work and let go of any unnecessary battles or resistance you are holding onto.  Right now I'm sending you love and encouragement for whatever you're facing.

Thanks so much for checking in!  I will update this post as necessary over the coming weeks.

Blessings,
GG