About Karen Powers Wan

I help people and communities build restorative prosperity.  I am an award-winning writer and sustainable program director, and certified meditation instructor from the Open Heart Project. I also serve on the Sustainable Aurora Advisory Board of the second largest city in Illinois, and the board for the National Water Center in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. 

©2019 by Karen Powers Wan.

Create Joyous Rituals

Through the Restorers Corner

What if it were easy to find the support you need to live green and prosper?

So many of us are struggling to survive in one way or another.

You may have financial security, and feel untethered from your purpose.

You may living simply and frugally, and still never moving ahead towards your bigger dreams.

In the Restorers Corner, I offer different programs and retreats every month to help you live green and prosper.

The central theme of the Restorers Corner is slowing down to restore.  We can't move at a frenetic pace and be restorative in our lives or the greater world.

The Restorers Corner blog is housed on Wordpress where I began blogging.  You can find more information about that program at restorerscorner.com.

If you would like to hear this seasons mindful collection, click here.

The Restorers Corner

Slowing Down to Restore

We all need to take pauses every day to restore and refresh our energy, no matter what our age.

As we move into our elder years, we often need to slow ourselves more than we realize.  

 

Some studies that show women and men over 55 live longer when they don't work full time.  Even though, I know many people who have worked full-time through their 80's and older, there are different needs for maintaining and restoring our energy as we age.

I create meditations and music with my friend Joe Malambri every month.  You can access the free monthly pause, or consider adding one of those below to your toolkit for keeping healthy and optimistic.