Tuesdays are for Tapping and a Giveaway

Happy Tuesday!

Yesterday, my wedding photographer dropped off a little surprise. Even though we had not ordered prints, she dropped off a photo book, a frenchie card, and an orchid.



I love dealing with creative entrepreneurs. They always have a lovely personal touch. If you need a great wedding photographer in the Oakville, Toronto, Southwestern Toronto, I highly recommend Tara at Photo Booth by TM.

I've struggled with anxiety for years and this year I've decided focus on putting it behind me for good. Like every good Wounded Healer archetype, I'll bring y'all along for the ride since I know lots of you out there struggle with it too.

I've started to do Tapping, a technique that engages the meridian points and is supposed to ease stress. It looks and sounds super Woo Woo, but I have to say that, so far, it seems to work, if for no other reason that it's impossible to worry when focusing on getting the choreography correct. Cheryl Richardson has a great new You Tube video showing how it's done.


I'm also going through my Crystal Reader Certification because it looks so good on LinkedIn. Seriously, though, I've always found crystals calming - particularly rose quartz, lepidolite and rhodochrosite. I've always kept them where I work and wear them out in big social situations (I often pair my rhodochrosite pendant with my Van Cleef and Arpels clover, because that's how I like to roll.) It was nice and sunny outside so I decided to clear and charge some new crystals I've sourced.



I thought I'd do a little reader giveaway of one of the little rose quartz angels shown above. I'm testing out Rafflecopter so let's see how this goes! Contest runs until March 6 at midnight EST. Click here for the terms and conditions. I'll announce the winner on the blog on March 8.

Click here for your chance to win

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