A to Z of Zentangle

Z is for Zentangle, Day 26 of the A to Z of Zentangle Challenge #atozchallenge

Z is for Zentangle, of course! Rather than give a summary, I thought I’d end with a testimonial. This is from my friend and fellow CZT, Brenda Shaver. Yesterday I was asked by a new CZT, how I became so passionate aboutZentangle and teaching. I often reflect on this and really cannot believe just how… Continue reading Z is for Zentangle, Day 26 of the A to Z of Zentangle Challenge #atozchallenge

A to Z of Zentangle

Y is for You, Day 25 of the A to Z of Zentangle Challenge #atozchallenge

I love teaching Zentangle, especially to children. When I teach adults, they have usually paid for the class and have some expectation that they will be able to do it. With children, it is different. They are usually made to attend as part of their school day. I see them look at them and can… Continue reading Y is for You, Day 25 of the A to Z of Zentangle Challenge #atozchallenge

A to Z of Zentangle

X is for Xenodochial, Day 24 of the A to Z of Zentangle Challenge #atozchallenge

Aother Dictionary Day. I thought I was going to have really stretch to find an X word that fit Zentangle, but my daughter found me this one, and I thought it was perfect. It means “friendly to strangers.” It is perfect because Zentangle makes friends from strangers. No matter where I go in the world,… Continue reading X is for Xenodochial, Day 24 of the A to Z of Zentangle Challenge #atozchallenge

A to Z of Zentangle

W is for Well, Day 23 of the A to Z of Zentangle Challenge #atozchallenge

If you are not a tangler, it may surprise you at just how good you feel when you tangle. People have reported that they are less stressed, fall asleep more easily, and manage pain better to name a few. For participating in such a simple and fun activity, you may reap powerful benefits. Stress can… Continue reading W is for Well, Day 23 of the A to Z of Zentangle Challenge #atozchallenge