“It isn’t enough that she sweat, labored, bore her daughters howling or under total anesthesia or both. No. She must be responsible for our psychic weaknesses the rest of her life. It is alright to feel kinship with your father, to forgive. We all know that. But your mother is held to a standard so exacting that it has no principles.” – Louise Erdrich, The Painted Drum.
Leanne is MightyWrite’s lead business writer and story teller. Her goal is always to take clients beyond their expectations and innovate how their stories are told.
Answers to questions to help look toward 2023 through a lens of hope, forgiveness, and self-love.
It’s that time of year to choose 3 words that will help guide our choices and actions every day. #my3words.
JOY. PEACE. KINDNESS. LOVE.
Four simple words that have the power to carry us through almost anything. That is our wish for you at this time of year when we pause to appreciate all that we have. It is also a time when we may recognize that the gifts we take for granted aren’t the experience of many during […]
Our wish for you is that however you celebrate the Season, you have moments of joy, acceptance and appreciation for whatever you bring to the table…or the table brings to you!
Earth Day inspires hope for renewal
It’s time to shed the weight of this long winter and welcome the promise of spring.
What is soon to be
In our part of Canada, we don’t trust spring. We know she’s a tease.
We were honoured to be awarded ‘Best Freelance Writing Firm’ but even more gratified by what we heard from clients, colleagues and friends.
A wolf story
A day where standing my ground and staying in the moment unleashed something beautiful.
Hope for the Holidays
For many hope is home…and home is hope.
Write it right: Know your audience
Knowing your audience and developing empathy for their concerns is where great communication begins.
Write it right
Strategies you can use to get your story right from the outset, drawing on what I’ve learned in three decades of helping clients tell their stories.
Post-pandemic dinner party
When it is safe to gather again, who will be around the table? It may be those who we’ve found a new connection with, it may be others who have lifted us up or, perhaps those we were able to help in some way. It could also be someone who just taught us how to laugh again when we needed it most.
A few words about fear
There are ways we can all walk through the fears that we may have always carried or those that have emerged during these unusual times.
I know I’m not the only one who was happy to bid 2020 farewell. But like many, I also have to admit there have been some personal discoveries that would never have happened with out the kick in the behind that 2020 gave to all of us. Covid has somehow brought me closer to what’s […]
It’s been a while. In my last blog, “Where do we go from here,” I wrote: “But remember, there’s no pressure. We need to be extra kind to ourselves in these uncertain times…” I followed my own advice.