Join us in this inspiring virtual retreat workshop, Saturday, January 13th, 2024 from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm PST/1:00 pm – 3:00 pm EST.

During this Tap into your Personal Power with Journaling retreat workshop you will:

  • Deepen your journaling through using 3 easy steps that can shift, improve and solve situations or struggles in your life.
  • Discover how to use colour and your creativity on the page to activate your unique Creative Alchemy!
  • Journal with prompts that empower you to feel more ease, freedom and invite more joy into your life.
  • Feel more hopeful and more confident to tap into your inner knowing that allows your own creative alchemy, healing and renewal to happen.

Take time to feel empowered and uplifted during this 2 hour virtual retreat with Nicolle Nattrass, author, playwright, counselor and Journal Council member of the IAJW.

Register here

Receive $20.00 discount when you use, promo code Empower20

Learn how to tap into your personal power and invite Creative Alchemy to show up in the pages of your journal.  You will be amazed at what can shift. Gain new insights. Be empowered from within!

What is Creative Alchemy?

Join us to find out how to use the power of creativity and journaling together to move you forward in your own process of transformation.

Feedback from past Retreat Participant:

Good afternoon Nicolle. Just wanted to update you on where inspiration from your retreat has taken me.

 First, a little back story. One of my daughters teaches first grade in a rural school. She has 14 students. About 15 miles away, in another small rural school, her former first grade teacher (who has no desire to retire) also teaches 14 first graders. The students became pen pals this year and on occasion, I was the “mailman”. The kids loved getting their letters and writing back and forth.

 In the past month, I thought about those kiddoes and their writing and how to continue the pencil to paper.  Those thoughts simmered a bit and. . .

 I purchased some inexpensive bland journals.  My daughter told me what her students like. . .sports, music, farm animals, fishing, cats, dogs and a multitude of other ideas. And I was on the hunt! I admit I may have gone crazy! I now have four craft boxes with 30 sections each, holding multiple rolls of washi tape with the cutest designs. Then I spent hours covering the nondescript journals, turning them into personal writing spaces.

 My daughter will be giving her students their journals as school ends in a few days. I was able to deliver to the other class and I am sure you can imagine their reaction! We talked for a few minutes about what they might want to write about during their summer break. Trips, swimming lessons, pets were some ideas mentioned. I briefly told them how I wrote in my journal when one of my pets had to be put down and how writing about it made me feel better.

 As I left, a boy chased me down the hall and handed me a note that simply said, “I love you.”  It doesn’t get any better than that. Yes, the note is tucked in my journal. Hope this finds you well.”

Carol A. Perron (shared with permission)


Can’t wait to see you & share virtual space together on Saturday Jan. 13/2024.