This holiday week, I invite us all to send extra gratitude to the spaces that feel like home for us.
This could be as small as a cozy corner in a rented room or your big dream home with a backyard, white picket fence, and swing set.
And, sometimes, where we feel at home isn't even a physical space.
It's that friend who loves you for you even in your messy moments, the therapist who always reminds you that everything's all right, or the way the mail lady addresses you with, "Hey, Sugar," and a wide smile.
As we run through our list of items to be grateful for this week, I want to remind you to thank the spaces, people, and energies that have held you and loved you back to life.
Today, I am grateful for many things, but a big one is the team at Counseling Space.
I have been blessed with beautiful souls who show up as their loving and authentic selves and joyfully collaborate to ensure that we can continue serving our communities so that you and your loved ones remain happy and whole.
And this year, the team grew to include new players who brought one of our biggest projects to life: our riverside retreat bungalow in Florida!
We are so grateful that our self-care space, designed JUST FOR YOU, is now complete!
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Now, continuing from where we left off in our last newsletter...
With closing done, it was time to design the most important space in the home, the Zen Space.
As I desired to thoughtfully create a self-care space for women who seek to deeply restore and renew, I knew the wellness stay needed to have a designated room for meditation, prayer, yoga, and other mindfulness practices.
If you recall from the previous newsletter, my agent, Ms. Stephanie Wyatt, was always full of resources and referred me to the designer, Sueann Badillo (pictured below), founder of the award-winning Moxie