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Christy Diane Farr

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My name is Christy Diane Farr and I am the unruly woman. It is my heart’s mission to help women change their lives.

What’s “normal” feels too formal and doesn’t capture the most powerful parts of my story. Yes, I have a degree. Yes, I went to school to learn to be a life coach. Yes, I’m a published writer, I belong to relevant professional organizations, and I’ve collaborated with oodles of extraordinary women over the last seven years.

And sure, these statistics are important but only in that they represent the experiences that carried me home to the truth of who I am. These are but a handful of the many pieces woven into the fabric of life and frankly, I prefer to collaborate with women who want to know about my unruly bits because that is
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Christy Diane Farr Write. Period. Just do it, even when you don't want to, and especially when you can't bear to... write. Set an intention to write every day. When you…moreWrite. Period. Just do it, even when you don't want to, and especially when you can't bear to... write. Set an intention to write every day. When you miss a day, let it go and write again as soon as you can. Don't allow "missed" days to add up and leave you paralyzed. Release them. Then pick up the pen and write.

Also, read. It's so tempting to think that when we are writing, we don't have time to read but that's our playground. We all loved to read first. Hang on to that passion and your time and energy in other people's writing. Open minds write books worth reading. (less)
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“Simple is the new complex”
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Is Home Your Happy Place? by Christy Diane Farr
"I want to have hot chocolate with Ms. Farr.

As you might expect from someone who dubs herself an "unruly woman," she has a sense of humor and isn't afraid to use it. She also isn't afraid to use herself as an example of things that can work and thi..." Read more of this review »
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The Elementals by Morgan Llywelyn
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"Christy knows how you feel, waking up to realize you’ve collected physical/mental/emotional baggage in your pursuit of Happily Ever After. Some of us even rent storage units to squirrel away the mounds of stuff that don’t fit in our already overst..." Read more of this review »
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Dance While You Can by Shirley MacLaine
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Is Home Your Happy Place? by Christy Diane Farr
""I am typically not a reader of this sort of book," I thought to myself, without, perhaps, a clear understanding of what "sort" of book this actually was. Only a really accomplished teacher can explain truths (that in many cases the student is alr..." Read more of this review »
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“We are simply surviving, barely enough energy to get through each day. Not enough to make the changes we long to make. Not enough to be the ones we know we were born to be. We feel it in our bodies, so heavy and stiff. Our minds are overwhelmed, attention is strained, and then there is the depression. Our hearts ache for things we dare not even wish for, as the money is not there and when it is, we fear a future without it. Our”
Christy Diane Farr, Is Home Your Happy Place?: The Unruly Woman's Approach to Space Healing

“To survive, you must tell stories.”
Umberto Eco, The Island of the Day Before

“Simple is the new complex”
Onkar K Khullar (Digital Gandhi)

“You own everything that happened to you. Tell your stories. If people wanted you to write warmly about them, they should have behaved better.”
Anne Lamott, Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life




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