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Heatherlee shares stories about motherhood: the good the bad and the messy!

Who's it for?

It's about to hit shelves!  How many people are walking around looking for that perfect gift for that great girl in their life? Will people see it and appreciate this physical way to tell someone, HEY, YOU ARE A GODDESS. Wear this bracelet and remember how awesome you are. To say without saying, I found this and thought of you. You need to know you're an inspiration! I hope so.

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SAVE THE DATE - our first community event 11/26

This one is for the graceful goddesses, walking around with love & light!

On November 26, the Sunday after Thanksgiving, I'll be hosting a gratitude / bracelet making event, the first of many. Come meditate with us, say thank you, make bracelets and new friends. The location is yet to be determined but the event will likely be in St. Paul, MN.

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Grateful Goddess
Event 11/26

An evening of gratitude, self expression
and art making

Check out the eventbrite invitation for more details! It's a unique gathering for the sisters, daughters and friends in your life. Come together and make something. Special guest Erin Anderson (The Goldrunner) will be leading us in meditation and more. 

Early bird tickets on sale now!

 
 
 

Kids + Mindfulness // A flower funeral (activity)

Who says teaching kids about mindfulness has to be so.. boring?

Get creative. Meditation can take so many forms. I find myself constantly coming up with new ways to bring mindfulness into our home. I posted this kid approved activity below on my Instagram. Hope it inspires something new in your home!

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911 reflection // "They can't take that freedom from us."

I recently visited NYC with my 6 year old, what an emotional time to be there. As we visited Lady Liberty, Ellis Island, the 911 Memorial, and Fearless Girl I realized there's so much I want to explain to him about our family's history in America.

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Mindless Mindfulness // Making mandalas

Some people think you need solitude, a quiet room and closed eyes to mediate. In reality you can create a mediation practice where 'being in the moment' and 'quieting the mind' becomes second nature. I call it mindless mindfulness..

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