Have you had any issues with copycats? I know I have! I can’t tell you how many times I have had brands and even organizations that I’ve worked closely with trying to create offerings that use language that is a little too close to what I do. I believe in collaboration over competition but it is also important to protect your creative brand in the process.
I arrived to San Francisco and I was instantly greeted by a wave of calm and a breath of fresh air. It was an incredible feeling that I embraced with movement. Walking provided me with the opportunity to take in the world around me in a different format then grabbing public transit or jumping in a Lyft. It was as if I was a sponge soaking up the sunlight (vitamin D) and all of the incredible ideas that came along with it. I was inspired.
In December/January 2019 Wellness for Makers was featured in American Craft Magazine. It was such an honor to be selected and interviewed for such an incredible publication. If you missed it, you can check it out here!
When we think of strengthening, we often think of some muscular man or woman lifting heavy weights at the gym. The idea of committing to that kind of routine can be intimidating, but when we think of “strength” as it relates to the health of our hands, eyes, or businesses, it becomes a lot more accessible.
It’s still winter and dang it’s cold! If you’re like me, it can be hard to leave the house on days like these. Winter can be tough on the body because of the low temperatures and lack of daylight. Also, many of us don’t get enough exercise in the colder months, so our bodies ache and desire movement. Even though it’s cozy to lay in bed and work on your laptop or watch an episode on netflix, remember that it is even more important to keep the body warm and moving in the winter months. Here are a few things to try.