Everyday Goddesses: Aurora Myers

I’m so grateful to introduce you to my friend Aurora Myers today. She’s a visionary seeking to make the world a better place and one that is safer for conversations about mental illness. She’s launching I&I Outfitters © this month, a clothing line that aims to raise awareness about mental health and the stigma surrounding mental…

Everyday Goddesses: Kate DeCoste

I am an activist, traveler, artist, poet, psychology nerd, outcast at times, yogi and yet undefined by all these titles.

I am a human that is constantly moving, constantly changing. I am passionate above anything else. 

I am a work in progress. 

Everyday Goddesses: Kylie Lange

As a teacher, I’ll sometimes walk into a class, land my eyes on a new student, and think to myself, “It’s no mistake that they’re here.” Kylie is one of those students. From the moment I met her, I was captivated by the intention, gratitude, and excitement in her presence. Every movement on her mat…

Everyday Goddesses: Alyssa Cristadoro

Alyssa Cristadoro is a twenty-year-old college student, blogger, and yogini who has found her way to recovery from an eating disorder. She now strives to inspire and uplift others through her writing, and hopes to help guide others along their own recovery journey. What I love about Lyss is her dedication to portraying a “real”…

Everyday Goddesses: Shelly Wilcoxen

Shelly is someone you know is special from the first time you meet her. I’ve only met Shelly a handful of times, and have had the honor of having her in my class, but each time she leaves me with a smile and a full heart. When I asked Shelly to be an Everyday Goddess, she responded…

Everyday Goddesses: Jessica Seid

Today’s Everyday Goddess has a story that a truly believe will change people’s lives, and possibly even save it. I met Jess through the creator of a podcast I was a guest on a few months back, Danni Pomplun. Jess describes herself as being “functional, real, and fun,” and I couldn’t agree more. Her humorous…

Everyday Goddesses: Claudia Edwards

If there’s one person I can always count on to make me smile, it’s Claudia. We met through Just Be Yoga, a space where I’ve met some of the most incredible, awe-inspiring people in my life, and Claudia is no exception. She’s someone I can always count on to make me smile, laugh, and slap…

Everyday Goddesses: Antonia DeMichiel

Today’s Everyday Goddess is someone I feel truly lucky to have in my life. Antonia and I met when I was a sophomore in high school, at the very beginning of my journey into yoga and recovery, when she was volunteering for Challenge Day (one of my most beloved organizations). Antonia has continued to inspire…

Everyday Goddesses: Livia Doporto

Today’s Everyday Goddess is near and dear to my heart. A few months ago, when I ran my Self-Love Toolkit, Livia journaled each and every day on her blog. A family friend of hers approached me at our gym one day and shared with me her writings, leaving me in awe of her thoughtfulness and radiant positivity. Since then, I’ve been grateful to call Livia my friend and inspiration. I admire her in so many ways, and I know you will, too. Here is her story in her own words.

Everyday Goddesses: Tea Sloane Smith

Today’s Everyday Goddess is the youngest one yet. Tea and I met through ivivva Walnut Creek over two years ago, when Tea was just beginning her yoga journey and I was still in high school. Tea had an eagerness to learn not only the asana, but the philosophy and spirit of yoga that I deeply…