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Hi Community,


Growing up, I never quite felt like I "belonged." This is partly a personal problem (hello therapy!), but it was also the result of being in spaces and around people who had very different priorities and interests from my own.


It wasn't until I became an adult and felt like I could choose who and what I surrounded myself with that I came to understand the concept of community... and that I most definitely did not have one. I spent a lot of time trying to find where I belonged, and continued to feel like I was grasping for something out of reach. Something that I had yet to earn my place in.


This feeling led me to create a community of my own. A place where intimacy and connection reign supreme, prerequisite knowledge isn't required, and you immediately feel seen for who you are and what you bring to the table (which is a lot, I might add).


And during a time when community is more important than ever, I wanted to share some of these insights with you. So, I wrote a blog post about 5 different ways you can create the community that you might be searching for. 


Let me know if it resonates and if there's anything I can do to support you, your community growth, or your well-being during this time.




Founder of Three Moon Collective


Weekly Picks

what we've been kicking around lately

A beautiful mural by @torikinn captured by @meredithmckee on Ballard Ave

  1. Truth be told, I've never taken one of "Yoga With Adriene's" classes on YouTube. But I absolutely loved reading about how dedicated she is to making the practice accessible to as many people as possible in this deep dive & interview by Vox.
  2. It's really cool to hear how wellness providers are adapting to the new virtual space and still serving their clients. This essay by a doula helping people give birth over FaceTime on Healthyish shows what that virtual support can look like.
  3. Herbalism as a form of a resistance? Hell yes. This article about herbalist Sade Musa, who leads the community education and healing project Roots of Resistance, is a helpful guide on how to approach herbalism in an informed and non-appropriative way.
  4. "You need to give yourself permission to grieve if you want to be creative again." This is the advice journalist & author Andrea Bartz got from her therapist after having a less than successful launch of her new novel during the pandemic. In this My Therapist Says segment on Elemental, she explains why throwing ourselves a pity party (aka feeling our feelings) is most definitely encouraged during this time.
  5. We've now compiled all the COVID-19 resources and ways to help into this blog post. If you have something to add, send us an email and we'll update the post!

Bulletin Board 📌

notices, announcements, & information from our community

⚡️Learn about the often fraught power dynamics of White Women and Women of Color in this virtual discussion with Layla F. Saad on Thursday, 5/14 from 12-1 pm.

🎧New podcast! Listen to the Woo Latte - Coffee Talk 2.0 For Female Entrepreneurs by The Funny Yogi & The Apothecary of Light to hear them discuss wellness, intuitive business, and what it's like to be a soulpreneur. - Thanks KC for the tip!


Inspired by The Evergrey's newsletter bulletin board. Got something to share here? Send an email to with the subject line "Bulletin Board." 

Our Events

offerings from yours truly, in collaboration with our Collective members


Virtual Events

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