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SALE! 2018

Self Care

We start before we are ready...

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Monday Mantra

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Zip Tank
Zip Tank
Zip Tank
Zip Tank
Zip Tank
Zip Tank
Zip Tank
Zip Tank
Zip Tank
Zip Tank
Zip Tank
Zip Tank

Zip Tank

$20.00 USD $45.00 USD

The original design that started it all! Who knew a zipper down the front of a tank could be stylish and convenient for new mamas?!

You’ll love the high quality, USA-made fabric, guaranteed to last through years of washing and drying (yes, years!).  The zipper adds stylish design, and it's breastfeeding friendly! Soft, ribbed fabric is durable yet stretchy, so it hugs and flatters a changing body.

Get one in every color and get your amazing self out there, mama!

 

Tank Dress
Tank Dress
Tank Dress
Tank Dress
Tank Dress
Tank Dress

Tank Dress

$38.00 USD $98.00 USD

A super soft, stylish tank dress that is the perfect length. Also has easy nursing access, if you're breastfeeding. Classic stripes and a flattering fit on any woman's body - there are so many ways to style this dress right! 

Be Inspired

All In

All In

I adjust my right foot behind me and wiggle it deeper into the sand, trying to utilize the softness. I rotate both thigh muscles up and inward toward my hip sockets, and I lift my chest further to the sky. My core wraps tightly around my back and waist, and I find my unwavering conviction within the pose – the perfect balance between letting go and holding on.

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To Make a Beginning

To Make a Beginning

Maybe wind blew through my hair. Maybe I tripped on a stray pebble on the sidewalk. But something spoke to me – this isn’t a life sentence. I hadn’t signed a contract giving my soul away or declaring this to be the final decision I ever make. This is only something that is happening right now. And the right now is always perfect.

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Freshly Cut Grass, and an Apology

Freshly Cut Grass, and an Apology

Now that I’m single, my husband’s old chores, like cutting the grass and changing hallway lightbulbs, have become my rights of passage – mundane daily reminders that I am capable of more than I gave myself credit for. Likewise, the domestic rituals that used to define me no longer hold the same weight or smell of the same resentment.

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