Self Care for parents, in the spirit of community:
- Host a "come as you were" costume party asking your guests to dress as a former part of their life or as they believe they were in a past life
- Clean out your pantry and donate to a local food bank
- Eat by candle light (find a tutorial for a candle sweater here)
- Add a pinch of cardamom to your coffee or tea
- Find a book of poetry and read one poem a day
- Create community by reaching out, making requests and being real. This is especially important in the postpartum year when parents can feel isolated.
- Unplug by 7 pm
- enjoy this gorgeous autumn song written by Ayla Nereo and joined by Ma-Muse in this performance CLICK HERE
- Collect blessings from family and friends to share at your meal table. Click here to print our 3 page collection of meal blessings.
- Create Community by hosting or attending a People's Supper. Their vision, We aim to repair the breach in our interpersonal relationships across political, ideological, and identity differences, leading to more civil discourse. And, we plan to do it in the most nourishing way we know – over supper!
- Create a supportive community which nurtures mothers and babies in the postpartum year. Our group leader training begins on Oct 7th, Sign up today!
Did you know that people who write down their intentions are 80% more likely to follow through?
Plan out your month with your family to fully enjoy the change in season. Print our lovely calendar and jot down a few intentions for home-care, now is a great time to clear any clutter, clothes that no longer fit and make a donation to your favorite charity to share warm layers. Write down some meal ideas for the month...yes, you may now go pumpkin crazy. Plan a few special dates with your family. We love to visit local pumpkin patches this time of year, especially the ones with tractor rides and the big corn pit!