My friend and fellow Magic Wand Collective member Christine Hoffman is taking a BIG step this summer. She’s opening a beautiful floral studio and market on Grand Avenue in Saint Paul. I can’t wait to spend lots of time there, surrounded by flowers and Christine-curated objects of beauty. Since today is Christine’s birthday, I thought my […]
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The Magic Wand Collective: Women’s Small Business Owner’s Community Rachel Greenhouse Consulting Services: Strategic consulting services designed to help you and your business flourish
Do you have the support you need to accomplish great things? To be your most authentically beautiful self? I want you to have that. The Magic Wand Collective is a unique women’s small business owners community committed to helping every woman find and live out her passions in life and in work. Hope to see your […]
I’m linking up with Liv Lane at Choosing Beauty to celebrate the bliss I’ve experienced this week… 1. A new friend named Pablo who is a high school exchange student staying with us for two weeks. Shared comedy and connection across the divide of geography and language is a beautiful thing. Plus, more testosterone in the house […]
I’m linking up with Liv Lane at Choosing Beauty to celebrate the bliss I’ve experienced this week… 1. I traveled to Portland Oregon to launch the second chapter of The Magic Wand Collective–not only was it a bliss-full experience to speak to 75 women small business owners eager to welcome the magic wand to their […]
Happy Birthday, beloved blog, il bel far niente. Yesterday was my 2nd blogiversary! I am deeply grateful for the opportunity to communicate with all of you in this way. Thank you for supporting my writing. Thank you for reflecting your beauty by commenting. Most of all, thank you for simply being here. Just like last […]
For Mel, who encourages all of us at the Magic Wand Collective to fly high and venture far from the nest! Yes, I could say that she is “the wind beneath our wings,” but that would be WAY TOO CHEESY, don’t you think? Let’s try the quotation below instead. Merry Christmas, Mel!