Being over two and half years sober, I stopped and reflected how the decision to stop drinking has been the best decision I could have made to live the life that I am today. Getting sober isn’t easy and requires an incredible amount of support, love and understanding from friends and family but a tremendous amount of this comes from people you don’t know but have been there too. Sometimes these strangers become some of the best best friends you have ever had. I feel tremendous gratitude for my Sober Sisters that we are on this path together learning how to live our best lives, OUTLOUD and PROUD.
This mala stack was inspired by Natalie and Tammi, as we embarked on our road trip to Austin this summer. I created wrist malas with Rose Quartz and Gold Hematite to create a soft pink cloud with a golden bubble to ground, protect and bring us joy while we traveled. I think it worked! I want to offer you this same love and sweetness.
I will also donate 10% of the proceeds of this project in our name to The Center for Open Recovery. We met Fay at a SheRecovers event in February and I was impressed with the revitalized mission of this worthwhile organization. She was inspiring to all of us to, come out of the closet and be agents of change to end the stigma of addiction.
Rose Quartz || love • radiance • limitlessness
Hematite Buddha & Star || grounding • manifestation • connection
Sandalwood || grace • joy • beauty