I was raised not talking about periods. You can lump it right in with masturbation, sex, and body parts, which all elicited feelings of sin and shame. For many folk who bleed (not all women bleed, and not all who bleed are women), these early experiences with our menstruality led to years of associating our […]Read More
Pleasure puts us back in our bodies, this time shame-free, invites us to take up space, faces our inherent worthiness, & rewards our courage for staying present with good feelings. 8 steps to begin your pleasure practice.Read More
Let’s talk about the 4 types of power, feminism, feminine self-care, & how it all comes together in this gasping breath moment of patriarchal demise to save us as individuals & collectively.Read More
Raise your hand if you watched the Social Dilemma on Netflix. Keep your hand up if you’re still reeling, terrified, and overwhelmed about your own tech addiction.
I know it’s not just me! I see you, and you are so not alone.
That’s why I created these simple journal sheets to help you – once and for all – break up with your tech! Don’t worry, I won’t make you give it up completely. All I know is – I have felt more spacious, more productive, and more happy and energized ever since I set my own tech limits.
Creativity is how we express ourselves. Whether you identify as an Artist or not, you make things, you formulate ideas, you live your life with a unique flair that is all your own. You gather inspiration from the outside world and process it through the unique filter of your experience, your intuition, and the space you allow yourself to contemplate.
Because our work improves as our self-care improves, and because our creativity is essential for deep self-care, I thought I’d put together a little guide on attracting your creative muse! Our creative muse is the one who brings us divine inspiration. She carries the ideas to us, and asks, “Will you make this? Will you be the one to bring it through your being, impacting both you and the world forever?” She gives us a profound gift – an opportunity to commune with the Divine, to lose our ego in the creative process, to meditate through the art. If we want to get serious about attracting her, we’ve got to open the window, set the table with our finest china, light some candles, brew a cup of tea. If we want to live creative lives, we must create regular space for the inspiration to arise out of!Read More