Ever since I first took over our space in the Greenway Building, I’ve been dreaming of being able to add on the space next door to us at the end of the hall. I dreamt I could expand our garden area and be able to add on the cool area next to us with the fire pit. I dreamt that we could have ANOTHER garage door onto the Greenway. I dreamt that I could offer another SPACE to my community.Read More
Amazing people doing Amazing things
As THESE specific memberships started forming, I started seeing angel numbers EVERYWHERE! 1111, 555, 333, 444, over and over and over again to the point where my kids even started pointing it out because it was happening all the time. So when it came down to really formulating these memberships, it’s seemed so obvious that they should be built around angel numbers, and how I really want our members to feel.Read More
2 YEARS ago I put my Art Business in a sort of hiatus and I was working on my business plan for Anahata Collaborative. And now here we are. It’s been a Roller coaster of high highs and low lows just like starting any business, but more than anything it’s been 2 years of discovery. I’ve been learning EVERYTHING as I go and now that I look back I’m actually a bit stunned at what I have learned and what I now know. There’s been so much research and trial-and-error involved in getting where I am today. Businesses are ever evolving and changing. Sometimes to suit the client, sometimes to suit the owner (because well-being is for EVERYONE).Read More
My words are simply verbal musing from the “Book of Autumn” and it is my hope to drench you in authentic positive intention so that you too can find work meaning, purpose, and sustainability in this Earthly journey.
It’s not uncommon to feel pressure and overwhelm while you’re growing and figuring things out. I’m there to encourage people and support them so they can build the life they want and actually realize their dreams.
Currently, one of my biggest goals is to share plant-based baking alternatives with others. It has the potential to change the entire industry.
I have become very passionate about the slow fashion movement, and when I realized that I could make woven accessories and bags I knew that’s where I wanted my business to go. I like to think of it as slow accessories. Handmade in the US, where everyone gets paid a fair amount, and you know what your product is made from.
It's like suddenly looking at your guts. And it's weird, and awesome, and scary.Read More