In addition to the work I do on my own as part of Champagne Hippies, I have the opportunity to work with some of the most amazing people and brands! This page is dedicated to those projects - the collaborations I’m part of and places my work is featured.
The following are snippets to articles I have published elsewhere and links to read the rest of the article.
When your values are both intimacy and community, it can be a challenge to find meaningful friendships. Read my post to learn about how I’ve started friend-dating and why it matters to me.
This post is part of a regular series I do with Holl & Lane Magazine.
Call it Spiritual Bypass or Denial - on either end of the spectrum and everywhere in between, we have a habit of focusing on one side of a distressing situation. When we fail to acknowledge the pain and focus on the lesson or upside, or when we focus only on the negative and fail to think about the message and growth, we are failing to acknowledge the complexity of the human consciousness. Read my post about a powerful conversation that shifted my perspective on this.
Guest post on She is Fierce!
My bio says, “Since 2012, I’ve been on a path to living my life in a more conscious way..” - if you are wondering what happened in 2012 that changed it all up for me - this is the post for you!
This is a guest post on Holl & Lane Magazine’s website.
I am also currently fundraising to open a coworking + community space in my town, St. Augustine, FL.
We will be purchasing and rehabbing a 4,000 square foot building to create a multi-functioning collection of spaces including wellness rooms, a full kitchen, event space, open coworking space, dedicated office space, a podcast recording booth, and so much more. In addition to providing physical space, we’ll be offering or partnering with people to offer values-based business, wellness and community events.
The building will operate as a green building and the business as a certified B Corporation. B Corporations operate under a model that considers how their company’s business model impacts your workers, community, environment, and customers. From using hyper local tradespeople in the rehab to working with community leaders in perpetuity, everything about this project will be focused on increasing the economic and community resources of St. Augustine.
Simply, our goal is to give people the opportunities, tools and resources they need to grow their business and build community. More broadly, we want to increase the quality of life for those of us who work, play and live in St. Augustine.
As the famous quote by Helen Keller says, “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.”