Eclectic Minimalism...

Last week I showed you how I would style an Abundance altar here. I want to continue to discuss little ways that I am creating space for myself amidst the chaos of our modern world.  In 2018, my goal is to take a deep dive into creating a solid self care practice and to share my findings with you. 
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My hope is to provide value in these weekly newsletters instead of just updating you on my show schedules and events (although I'll be sharing that kind of stuff, too). If there's anything you've particularly enjoyed from these emails that you would like to hear and see more of, let me know.

This week let's chat about a hot topic over the last few years: minimalism.
For a long time when I thought of minimalism, I would get this futuristic, sparse image in my brain. I wanted to have less, need less, clean less, have a smaller burden, but I am by nature a collector.  It comes with the territory of being a maker and an appreciator of art and handmade goods, I think.  It wasn't until recently that I realized that minimalism looks different on everyone and that it's more about your state of mind.
The photo above is a shot of my new studio space with @saintsomething. I think it really embraces the vibe of less is more.  I'm really enjoying this space right now because of its openness and abundance of light.  I'm looking forward to continuing to share how we tackle the constant challenge of maintaining a minimal work space.


P.S.  If you are a buyer, designer or maker come visit me in the Emerging Maker section of NY Now, Booth 1421.  Grab your tickets here...

Styling your Space with Intention

People often ask how they can style the Wanderluxe Petit wall hangings in their home.  Since each Petit wall hanging is based off of an ancient rune, they all hold powerful meanings. I love the idea of creating an altar with a few pieces that hold intentions and meaning for you. Since I'm currently enrolled in Lacy Phillips Opulence Manifestation course, I thought it would be fun to show you how I would style an abundance altar featuring the Wealth Rune Petit wall hanging.

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Pictured above is the Wealth Rune Petit wall hanging (still a few pieces left here). I also pulled The Empress card from my Wild Unknown Tarot deck. The Empress symbolizes abundance, creativity and divine female energy (not a bad card to have on your altar). A handful of citrine gems help aid in manifestation and direct personal power + decisiveness.  White sage and a white candle are always great for cleansing a space and getting ready for a meditation or tarot reading.  What are hoping to manifest in 2018? Love? Family? Focus? If you're looking to style an intentional space or altar in your home take a look through some of the other Petit wall hangings here.

XO, Erin