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The Visit

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The Visit

Full Moon No. 18, Fall

Locking eyes with the wild - ode to a Barred Owl and the entrance into fall through words & sounds.

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More Than A Brand

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More Than A Brand

Full Moon No. 14, Winter

Minimal packaging, maximum luminosity - learn why I started Luminous Elixirs and 3 simple steps you can take to shift out of the throw away culture that inudates our society. 

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Fit for the Real World

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Fit for the Real World

Full Moon No. 13, Winter

1 week, 7 natural movements, & a wealth of personal illuminations.

ground + center takes on MovNat's #realitycheckchallenge - this letter follows the weeklong journey via video content and my own personal reflections on the true reality check within this challenge.

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GROUND + CENTER

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GROUND + CENTER

Full Moon No. 8, Summer

Long time, no see my darlings!
 
The lull of summer is slipping away, I’m back in Brooklyn after my nearly two month hiatus, and I’m ready to dive into the focused energy of fall.
 
But first, we’ve got some serious catching up to do…

A poetic musing of my summer, this letter cues you into the ground I covered during my time away from NYC.

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Fashionably SLOW

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Fashionably SLOW

Full Moon No. 7, Spring

Smallclothes. Intimate things. Skivvies. Underoos. Panties.
 
Whatever you want to call them, that’s what it all started with.
 
What is IT, you ask?
 
IT is my search for eco-conscious, ethically sourced & crafted slow fashion garments to adorn my sacred temple of a body with. And don’t get me wrong…you don’t have to sit lotus style in a yoga studio all day, every day chanting into crystals until your body miraculously transcends into a sacred temple where people journey to imbibe hallucinogenic plant teachers like Ayahuasca until they too transcend their bodies into sacred temples to appreciate your own body as a sacred temple. Love my hippies, heck I am one, but I want to communicate these concepts in accessible ways no matter how you choose to spend your days.

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