It's August - do you know where your life is going?

Find Your Vision .pdf

I love epiphanies. They usually come to me when I'm a) near a body of water b) it's sunny and c) I've just had coffee. Coincidence? I think not. 

To paraphrase Einstein: "Coincidence is the Universe's way of remaining anonymous." came to me that while I love closets, I love clarity even more.

It's something I've strived for my entire life.

Clarity in who I am, what I want, how to spend my time, money, energy, with whom and where...on this one-and-possibly-done go at being me. 

Lately I've been holding a ton of vision workshops, and when I look back, there's a common theme of clarity with all my clients.

Clarifying their style, their goals, wants, wishes, needs, dreams and paths. 

I'm AMAZING at helping women clarify. And I'm also awesome at cheerleading them on, providing accountability and cherishing them. While improving their closets and having a ton of fun, with self discovery & growth along the way for both of us. 

So...I'm pivoting. Apparently it's the word for 2021. 

Clarity & Closets. 

I'm here to help you dress for your vision...but let's find it first!

I created this PDF ages ago, it's to help you identify your vision if you're at a cross roads or need a

  • Refresh
  • Reboot
  • Rejuvenation

Here's a link to it (I'd attach it, but it's a large file). Can you let me know if the text is in too large a font? 

You can go through it on your own, with friends or with me, I've got a new offer. Super cheap to sort your life out, really. 

Back to me...In high school I wrote a musical based on Alice in Wonderland. Alice was a singer in a rock band, FYI.

I created the role of the Cheshire Cat as a DJ, mainly because I wanted to wear a leopard-skin bodysuit on stage. 

Here's a quote I love from from Lewis Carroll: 

“One day Alice came to a fork in the road and saw a Cheshire cat in a tree. ‘Which road do I take?’ she asked. ‘Where do you want to go?’ was his response. ‘I don’t know,’ Alice answered. ‘Then,’ said the cat, ‘it doesn’t matter.”

It does matter. 

Let me know what you find out. Then I'll skip down the road with you. 

Aroha, Erin


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