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I'm a party planner.  My job is to entertain groups of people.  My specialty is kids.  Put those three things together with Covid-19 and it spells a very long stretch of time without anything to do.  I'm like an airplane that's been grounded...I can see the sky, I'm just not allowed to fly.

Being an event coordinator I am always on the lookout for ways to hang decor without harming any surface.  This can be a daunting task in venues with strict rules.  So when I was offered the opportunity to try out this relatively new product that promised to make decorating "fun and easy" I jumped at the opportunity.

As a party planner with a warehouse filled with everything from art supplies to Zoo Animal decorations, I know the importance of organization.  That's not to say that I know where everything is, or exactly how much red yarn I have.  For the most part, my warehouse is pretty well organized.  However, the recent "shelter in place" order opened my eyes to the real need for space maintenance.   All of a sudden I found myself producing virtual crafting classes in my dining room,

I became interested in meditation about 12 years ago.  I had been hearing about its benefits for years from what I would call my "yoga friends".  Quite frankly, I didn't think I had the time to dedicate to such a practice.  My "YFs" were always heading off to spiritual retreats, talking about taking time to find themselves and quite frankly were a bit too "woo woo" for me.  

Sophie demonstrates some of the recent creations from her Virtual Art Class and invites you to join. 

Classes are at 3pm Pacific Time, Monday, Wednesday and Friday via Zoom. All classes use materials commonly found in most households.

You can sign up for the class and my newsletter here.