Callie Carling

Callie Carling
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I’m a Fempreneur, Speaker + Creativity Coach empowering women to rewrite their stories of wellness and beauty. #breastcancer goddess, artful storycatcher + Laughter Yoga teacher based in London, England. Spirited playfull story-catching is my gift. Teaching others the art of playfulness - in business, in life - is my craft. I work with magnificent people - together we weave bold, brilliant stories and develop powerful, focused strategies which invite positive change at every level.
Molly Hahn, Buddha Doodles
There's no rushing creativity. And if there is anything I have learned through the School of Hard Knocks these last five years, it's exactly that! Inspiration strikes when we least expect it. And it's very hard for Inspiration to seep through when life is so full of busyness. Inspiration needs...
Doctor and patient
As a Supporter/Carer for someone living with Non Hodgkins Lymphoma, and as a Survivor of Breast Cancer (2011/12), I was delighted to see a book that may - perhaps! - offer some insight as to how to navigate the very choppy, difficult waters surrounding cancer diagnosis and beyond. I...
Woman having reiki treatment
Creative wellbeing coach and artful story catcher, Callie Carling, shares three simple steps to help you embrace and love your body after cancer treatment. Living through a cancer diagnosis and treatment can be tough. Physically demanding, emotionally exhausting, mentally mind-blowing. Dependent on the type of cancer, some clinical treatments may...
Florence street art, photo credit Callie Carling
This post about street art in Florence is fun as there's an embedded video. Julia, Cartoons & Illustrations Editor Florence, Italy. Celebrated as the birthplace of Renaissance art (from 1330 to 1550 AD), this beautiful City is full-to-the-brim of magnificent architecture ... and home to talented modern artists and street...
Cancer surgeon
Callie Carling recently attended a workshop run by Shine Cancer Support and Working With Cancer on how employers and employees can come to terms with cancer in the workplace. There are some fascinating gems in her article.
Journals
In this inspiring post Callie describes the therapeutic benefits of Art Journaling and she shares glimpses of her own Art Journal. It looks so beautiful I can’t wait to start one of my own. As Callie writes, “You can create anything you want…All you need to do is just...