Around Here We Take
BEE-ing The Change We Want to See Seriously!

Not only do I help my clients BEE who they want + need to so they can make their goals and dreams happen,
I also do what I can to help our little buzzing friends thrive.

Did you know...

1 in every 3 bites of the food we eat is directly dependent on bee pollination?

I was shocked when I learned that! And yet bee species worldwide are declining at an alarming rate. In the 1940s there were around 5.7 million honey bee colonies managed in America. By 2015, the number had dropped to just 2.74 million. And in recent years the number has dropped even further. 

The evidence points to Einstein being right on when he said that if the bees disappeared, human life would end in four years. (yikes!) There's hope and amazing people are doing what they can to educate people, save the bees, and stop pesticide use.

I've always had a love for bees. The more I learned, the more I loved. And honey! My Grandpa put honey in his coffee every morning, and he only bought from as he called him, "his local bee guy". Which is why I'm doing what I can to contribute and BEE the change too.

Gift of Honey

I love raw honey! That's why I include the delicious, nutritious gift of pure raw honey in all my client gift boxes. I only purchase from hard-working bee keepers who save + support bees and handcraft their honey from hives cared for in pesticide free zones. All the money goes right back to the bees.

Pollinators Welcome

I planted my own pollinator garden. I love feeling like I'm doing my part here at home to help our little friends. And bees are not the only ones who benefit. Butterflies, hummingbirds, and other buzzing friends get in on the goodness not to mention my plants are happier and healthier too.

Healthy As Can BEE

I never use toxic chemicals in our yard. As for the weeds, I use old fashioned elbow grease to pull them or I mix my own bee friendly batch of weed killer. [1 gallon white vinegar, 1 cup of salt, 1 tablespoon of dish soap and spray guilt-free] It works amazing and no harm to my little friends.

You can bee certain, our little friends are buzzing with wisdom.

  • Bee Spirit has a strong work ethic, (like my clients) but it also knows the importance of stopping and smelling the flowers. (something I help my clients remember to do)
  • Our friend the Bee reminds us that even if we feel stuck in the daily grind, miracles do happen every day. (Remember this the next time you find yourself confined by expectations of what others think you “should” be able to do.)
  • Bees live and work as a community. As they go from flower to flower, that progression enriches the world. (Again like my clients who are motivational speakers, teachers, healers and lightworkers for the greater global village. Their language of love like the bee is mindful service.)
  • A Bee’s honeycomb represents the Heart Chakra and life’s sweetness. (The clients I work with are heart-centered, caring, compassionate leaders, healers, and guides)
  • Bees remind us where there's a will, there's a way. (I love helping my clients map out their strategy and implement what needs to bee done to make their dreams their reality.)
  • Finally, bees remind us to find the “honey” in life by drawing on creativity and resources, to be innovative and create opportunity based on what you have, even when the odds seem against you. (I think that's a pretty awesome thing to keep in mind)

Hopefully you can see why I love our little buzzing friends. They do so much for us.