Bird in Hand was inspired in part by a vintage tavern sign. With each post over the past three years my hope has been to make this an oasis in your week– a watering hole for the soul. My Almost Wordless posts tend to be some of the most popular ones. I try not to take this personally as a writer but suspect that you, like me, are bombarded by too many words and enjoy the breather that a photo-centric post allows. So I wanted to make my new resources tab have a similar feel. Take a peak at it (I’ve pasted the content below). And click on anything that strikes your fancy. Better yet take five or ten minutes to try a new resource or meditation. Be on the look out for more resources to be added in the coming weeks. And please don’t be shy… tell me how I can make it better. I want this to be a place where you can relax and drink deeply.
All the good,
PS Discounts are now available for people wanting to move through any of my eCourses course together: 20% off when 2 people register together, 30% off for 3, 40% off for 4, and 50% for 10 or more. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request your discounted invoice. xo
Courtney Pinkerton, M.Div & M.PP, is a holistic life and leadership coach and the founder of Bird in Hand Coaching. She holds dual masters degrees from Harvard Divinity School and Harvard Kennedy School, is the host of the Summer of Meditation Challenge and publishes a weekly e-newsletter on real-world mindfulness practices. Courtney teaches regularly on the Enneagram, meditation, and conscious approaches to leadership and parenting. She lives in Oak Cliff, Texas with her husband Richard Amory where they try to keep up with their three children and remember to water their garden boxes. Courtney can be reached at email@example.com.
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