Meet Bluetiful!


“It’s important always to have a sense of wonder.”

— Julia Cameron of The Artist’s Way

My husband is fond of saying, “There’s nothing new under the sun.”

I can’t wait to tell him he’s wrong.

I heard about this new blue color on NPR yesterday. Crayola has named the crayon made with this pigment “bluetiful.” It’s the first blue color discovered in over 200 years.

Amazing! And it is brand new, never been seen before, and totally unique.

Just like you. Just like every word you’ve ever written.



10 thoughts on “Meet Bluetiful!

  1. ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜ I still wonder if we see colours differently to one another. In any case… the colour I see as โ€˜blueโ€™ is awesome!! xxxxx ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป


  2. LOVE IT!!! So I have an unrelated question for you…I finally read “A Return To Love” and absolutely devoured it. What do you suggest for further study into the Course in Miracles? The books themselves are really, ahem, *dense* and difficult for me to make sense of. Is there another book that helps further my study of the course, or some kind of workbook that you would recommend? Thanks in advance! xoxo J

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    1. I’m so impressed that you read the book! I’m constantly recommending that book, but only about one in twenty people actually reads it. It really was life changing for me. (And Oprah.) And I read about the Course a long time before reading the actual Course. Gabrielle Bernstein has some great books out, like Spirit Junkie. It focuses on her addiction, so I like that one in particular. I would also try to do the workbook in the course, just by itself. It’s amazing how that changes your perspective, and you don’t even have to believe in it for it to work. (It says this in the introduction somewhere.) You can do that online without buying the Course if you don’t have it. Just Google ACIM daily lesson.

      Let me know how it goes! ๐Ÿ’•


      1. Awesome, thanks!! Iโ€™ll try the daily lesson first!! ๐Ÿ’œ I agree, this stuff is totally life changing!!


      2. I found the workbook online. Question, should I journal about each lesson of the day, or just think about it? If I journal, should it be in the AM or PM?


      3. I think whatever you’re drawn to do. I’m a huge fan of journaling, but you might want to focus more on what you’re trying to draw into your life, whether that’s forgiveness or joy or life-purpose type things. The Workbook actually sometimes tells you to think about something for a few minutes twice a day and then no more. It’s almost like it doesn’t want you to overthink things in the beginning, because our typical thinking is part of the problem. What are you most drawn to journal about? The workbook will begin to change the way you view things, so anything you write will have a different angle to it, if that makes sense. It’s a really cool process. ; )

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