“Sometimes, you need to step outside, get some fresh air, & remind yourself of who you are & who you want to be.”
WOW – spending last week in Portland was a much needed retreat for me. Going on an adventure in Portland reconnected me to my personal style, my gifts and talents, my life experiences and my unique genius.
As Todd, Corey, Dave, and I strolled through the streets of Portland we stopped at a jewelry store and as I read the window Dave said…
This pretty much sums it up…this is YOU!
My quirks and so called flaws:
“You’re the woman who laughs a little too loud at the fancy restaurant, the one who leaves love notes on napkins, who talks her way out of speeding tickets, and watches strangers kiss.
You shirk responsibility, stay up too late, and sleep in your socks.
You’re the one they wonder about in the office, the one who knows the closet martini bar, the best used book store, and how to say “you ain’t seen nothing yet” in seven languages, and if you’re not…”
What is one new thing you can do for yourself today that your future self will thank you for?
- Sign up to be on the “short list” to learn more about the next Kent Emporium Dinner and Music Event. We will be bringing the next event indoors and as a result we will be limited to 20 people;
- Schedule a Creating Space: 1-On-1 Shamanic Intuitive Guidance Session;
- Sign up to learn more about the “Discover Your Unique Genius” program;
“It’s crazy how music can connect souls.”
Thanks everyone for attending the Kent Community Event last Saturday night. The weather, the food, the music, and the fire combined with the community turned out to be truly magical event. I have attached a small music sample of Mike performing an awesome guitar solo (next time I will try to remember to film an entire song).
During the Saturday event, multiple people mentioned that they took a few minutes and went inside the Kent Emporium and sat at the bar alone.
What is it about the Kent Emporium that attracts people to step inside the yellow door and sit at the bar?
Even the musicians (above) are waiting with anticipation as to when they will get the opportunity to play indoors this fall.
And one of the biggest things I got out of this celebration was…
the importance and power of authentic connection with others.
Stay tuned for the next Dinner and Music Event inside the Kent Emporium this Fall. In the meantime, enjoy your Labor Day weekend by connecting with others!