After a number of participants specifically asked to be kept anonymous during our playshops, I checked in and discovered that for some of you, just having a 1-on-1 session would be far preferable than a group session.
So now... you can work with me over a dedicated 2-hour period to create a custom seasonal calendar to keep on top of the most important events throughout the year: quarterly, seasonal planning for gardens, livestock, construction and business.
We can talk about your values, what's going on for you, what's working and what's not, without waiting with your hand raised, wondering what others will think, or getting distracted by others' questions, noises in the background, and all that jazz.
*Wine not included, but I fully encourage you to bring along your beverage of choice. ;-)
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A large part of our work in shifting towards a regenerative paradigm is remembering, relearning, and embodying how we are embedded within living systems. When I think of the mainstream calendars that structure our lives, most of them don't enable us to ground into the changing nature of the ecosystems around us, and allow that to shape our lives. What if you could design a calendar that grounds you into the circular nature of seasonality and that which matters most to you?
This playshop -- a take-off from the term 'workshop' -- will involve a 2-hour, 1-on-1 live session where we create a circular calendar that works for you and the cycles within your life, whether they involve gardening, livestock rearing, school, business, or other aspects. There will be some pre-work emailed to you ahead of time that will help set you up for success during our intensive session.
This is a living, breathing work in progress, so you are asked to bring your pencils and pens, download the template instructions ahead of time, and come with your creativity ready to breathe life into your calendar for 2022.
These are additional calendars and schedules you may find useful when making your own calendar.
Feel free to suggest others that you'd like to see added!