Nancy Slonim Aronie
Nancy Slonim Aronie is the author of Writing from the Heart. She has been a commentator for National Public Radio’s All Things Considered, was a visiting writer at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, wrote a monthly column in McCall’s magazine, and was the recipient of the Eye of The Beholder Artist in Residence award at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. Nancy won teacher of the year award for all three years she taught at Harvard University for Robert Coles.
His and Hers R&R
A husband and wife come to Kripalu for R&R, and remember that we’re all in it together.
Putting Your Soul on the Page
“In writing your story, you can honor your lowest self, and you can access your highest self. It’s a spiritual practice.”
The Story of You: Writing as a Tool for Self-Discovery
Writing can be a direct line to our deepest self, a path to understanding who and why we are.
Spinning Tales into Gold: The Alchemy of Memoir Writing
I consider myself fairly self-aware. I’m relatively in touch with my feelings and can put words to them. I have a good sense of my strengths and weaknesses. I know where I trip myself up.
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