1. Itzi

    We share the same GSD obsession! Loved this entry. Have you thought about having an online GSD workshop?

  2. Emily

    I’m with you both- love knowing how people GSD! I’d seen the book, but you’ve convinced me I really need to pick it up and give it a read.
    Also, can’t wait for your review on The Creative Habit. I’ll be interested in knowing if it has benefits to those that aren’t necessarily in a “creative” field.

  3. Katie Johnson

    I’m dying to read this book. Thanks for sharing your thoughts on it. I’m a ritual person and have so many friends that are a ‘fly by the seat of their pants’ type that I fought my own rituals. After 40 years of being on Earth I’ve learned to embrace the things that work for me and I’m GSD!

    How fascinating these people were such party peeps? I’m with you 3 drinks and I’m out of commission.

    Also, wanting to read The Creative Habit. Looking forward to your thoughts on that as well.


  4. 29th Void

    Loved reading your review of this book! I gifted this book to my best friend for Christmas as we are both creative-minded (interior designers) as well as both generally obsessed with the idea of rituals.

    I seem to naturally have many of the above mentioned qualities, seems like an interesting read!


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