Less Talk and more ACTION ~ baby steps to the LOVE Revolution

Hello Love,

Well, here we are. 
We are alive and we are breathing. 
We are here.

This is the moment we are living in. 

I'm rapidly realizing I have SO much to learn while I also have so much to give. That's the dance, isn't it?

The question is, what now?

How do we move forward together to create a world where we can live with hope in our hearts and respect for all beings?

How do we listen and learn from each other, with our very different experiences and beliefs about life, yet find a way through it to a place love and healing? 

We may be here for a while... 
But it's up to you and me and the time is now to put our hearts into it.

Photo by Dani Palacio

Photo by Dani Palacio

Here's what I'm doing to get the wheels turning...

(aka... less talk and more action for this little love warrior.)

On Saturday, I'm joining the women's march in downtown Portland. 

I'm marching with sisters and brothers, dressing up in hearts and love, because I feel in my bones that things have gone too far. 

I'll bring my love and wear my sturdy boots and I will show up to be in community. 

I will stand with and for those being oppressed. 

I'll pass out smiles, chant and sing empowering words, make eye contact and exchange hugs.

I'll probably pick up some litter and I'll definitely snap a few photos. 

I will show up.

And I will listen and learn and make peace and take up space. 

Because I was born in this awesome country where that is still ok.

Because it's time.

In all my years identifying as a hippy, a revolutionary, a free spirit with a deeply caring heart, I'm hearing this call to action like never before. 

Because now more than ever I believe this:

When we are separate we are isolated and humans are not really wired to survive (let alone thrive) in isolation. 

We need each other. We need to listen and learn from each other. That's how we can move forward with respect and love. 

We need connection and action and people showing up.

So I want to thank you for witnessing and being alive, right here, in this moment of now.

Together we can do anything!

I'll be sure to report back and share what I learn in the streets and beyond. 


Another big way I'm taking action right now is by officially opening my studio doors and offering in-person workshops. It's a dream come true!

I'll be offering classes on self love and creativity and we will make masterpieces together. Sounds amazing, right?

It's been brewing for a long time and I'm SO excited that it's happening here and now. If you're in Portland, come make art with me!

Introducing ~~~  Dream. Paint. Love.

A 4 week journey to unlock your creativity and love the crap our of yourself in the process!

Do you need a safe place to jump start the vital life force that is your creative energy? 

It's time to remember that YOU are an artist.  
Your life is a work of art.

We need your creativity in the world, now more than ever, and I'm here to help bring it forth with love.
"Sarah made it all okay. I love the structure she created, the safety, the sacredness and the space."

This 4 week, in person workshop is for women ready to explore their creative energy and harness a whole new level of self love in the process.

Only 4 spots available!

Monday evening class starts
January 30th.

Tuesday evening class starts February 21st.
Check the Schedule and sign up HERE .

Let this new year be the time where you rise up to meet your full self. 

Let this be a time where Love really does win! 
For everyone. 

It starts inside of each of us. 
The more creative we can get with our energy and the more we gather to listen and learn together, the more we can make this a reality!!

I'm gonna keep holding up this torch of love, putting one foot in front of the other, humbling myself to new perspectives and sharing from my heart. It's not always easy, but it sure does make for an interesting life!

Thank you for being here! Treating yourself with loving kindness is one of the most revolutionary acts you can do. 

photo by Debbie Baxter

photo by Debbie Baxter