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Where do I start?
I came across YELLOW Co on Instagram in 2015 and I was instantly hooked. I bought my conference ticket on a whim ( very unlike me ) and drove from San Diego to Los Angeles by myself ( also, not my thing ) to attend my first Yellow Conference in 2016.
I remember the nerves and excitement of booking my first solo Airbnb + wondering how I was going to SHOW UP to a conference that I had never been before and with no familiar faces to put me at ease. I should probably mention ( if you couldn’t already tell ) that I am an introvert and this was completely out of my comfort zone. For once, however, my excitement superseded my fears and I couldn’t wait to soak in the experience.
I remember walking up to the venue, with butterflies in my stomach, and being stopped in my tracks by the beauty of it all. Not exaggerating, I think I started crying within 5 minutes of entering the space…and I didn’t stop crying ( happy tears ) for 2 full days. I guess if you know me, it’s not much of a stretch ( Ha! ) but truthfully, the conference exceeded my expectations and every person I met was kind and also a BAD-ASS. I signed up for the collective and the rest is history.
Fast forward to Saturday, February 17, 2018…
I brought my sister to join me for the first ever YELLOW Co Pop Up Tour: San Diego and I was PUMPED. Being in a room full of ladies with the same mission in mind: to use our skills, strengths, and talents for good—is extremely empowering. At a time where the news, politics and social media can be disheartening and tragic, YELLOW Co gives me hope that together we truly can make a difference.
+ do the work
+ cut this thought out:
other people are doing it better
+ ask for help
+ we need space for struggle
+ follow your gut intuition
+ align your work with your passion
+ sometimes you just need to place your hand on your heart AND JUST LISTEN
+ find what drains you and delegate those tasks to others
+ give yourself permission to be good at something
+ proclaim what you want to become
+ and of course…
AMAZING, right? Now I just need to figure out how to squeeze in a few road trips… Portland and Denver stops are calling my name. 😉
DIY cards for the win!
I originally designed Valentine’s Day compliment cards for my kindergartener.
…but after my daughter’s teacher requested NO to personalized valentine cards, I had to improvise last minute. My 6-year old painted on 8.5 x 11 Letter size cardstock and I cut them up into individual 3.5 x 2.5 cards. She wrote her name on the back and placed these $1 foam conversation stickers (from target) on the front. I love them so much I almost don’t want her to give them away. ☺️🙃
all the feels. loving what i do.