“As you walk into the new year, take this as a reminder to put one foot in front of the other. One foot in front of the other. One foot in front of the other. And whether you’re hiking an actual mountain or just tackling a problem, remember to look at how far you have come and not how far you have left to go!”Continue Reading
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Well, that’s really it in a nutshell! It’s been a maddening, emotional, and interesting Fall for this small business owner! I know I tend to take on one too many things, but it’s always been a cho...Continue Reading
Do you or don’t you exfoliate? If you do, how often should you use a scrub and if you don’t, why not? What old myths are keeping you from an important step in your skincare and wellness routine? Sa...Continue Reading
Can you feel it? Can you feel nature’s full expression?
We're now in that time of year when nature is abundant, blooming, blossoming and ripening. Juicy and full of magic and riotous joy. The summer solstice in the Northern Hemisphere marks the longest day of the year, when the sun is at the very peak of its power. Nature is in full expression, and in cultures around the world, the summer solstice is a celebration of the strength and fertility of Mother Earth and of goddesses who represent the divine feminine. It is a time of both celebration and reflection.Continue Reading
While my soaps and most of my products are natural and “practically” edible, I can assure you, you won’t smell like a good Goan Curry or butter chicken, or better yet Masala Popcorn when you use th...Continue Reading
We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it for our children. - A Native American proverb.
As the climate crisis becomes ever more serious, each Earth Day that comes along takes on extra significance. Started as a grass roots movement and established on April 22nd, 1970 in the US, this annual event brings together millions of people from around the world in support of the environment, highlighting the urgent action we need to take to save our planet.
While Earth Day 2022 celebrations may look different....Continue Reading
This year, I’m not gonna suggest you dump your New Year Resolutions and Vision Boards but I am suggesting you ponder some things related to the past year and take some time to go within to answ...Continue Reading
It feels important to reach out to you today, the day of our seasonal Autumnal Equinox. Fall energy requires that we transition from light into growing darkness, a journey of transition and change....Continue Reading