Bread and Salt

…or in other words, welcome.  When I began the Enrichment Project over a decade ago, creativity meant performing.  By pestering a group of other talented women, I hoped to “just figure this creativity thing out” in about a year or so.  We sat down to meals, exchanged bread and salt, and then the real stories began to emerge.

We were so woefully unprepared for the transformations that would follow, but I am overjoyed by the discovery of radical rituals that have changed my understanding of what it means to live a creative life.

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“If someone feels they’ve been stuck in a box, maybe they’ll read this and see it doesn’t need to be an either/or. Hopefully, someone struggling will find the courage to do something with her passion, to write her story and know it’s creative. To win that creativity, daily. Maybe some accountant, some spreadsheet-lover, will read this and see that she ‘is too’ creative.”

DeAnna Freeman, American Tribal Style® Belly ​Dance
and Yoga instructor with Prana Dance Company, and Enrichment Project Participant


“Power comes from awareness, and being aware makes something beautiful; this project has made me more aware.”

Kate Sisson, of Kate Sisson Acupuncture | Enrichment Project Participant