The Naturally Sensuous Blog is a chronicle of my adventures living a Sacred Sensual Life.
For years, I have been studying a variety of fields- beauty, self-care and pampering, Women's Spirituality, Buddhism, Feri and other Earth-honoring spiritual practices, ritual planning, creation and execution, gentle parenting, home organization, budgeting, natural hair and beauty, selecting and preparing healthy foods, organic living, sexuality, sacred courtesanry, divine relationship, etc etc. etc. (Has your head melted yet?) I'm a life long student and always seeking new ways to learn and grown.
There have been times when the information from two different fields have contradicted each other or when different people in the same field have contradicted each other. Years ago, it used to scare me when I found people saying things that left me with more questions than answers. I wanted to feel like I KNEW, so I could check that and move on to the next issue. Now, I understand that all of this is a conversation and each person's experience and contribution expands the conversation, giving us more to work with and more to learn from.
I am creating this blog to bring together those diverse fields of study:
* creating a home that is beautiful to behold, feels good to be inside of, is clear of toxins AND is run according to a rocking budget.
* how to leave the house looking and feeling fly and fabulous, smelling good, poised and confident AND not saturated in chemicals that are bad for you and negatively impact the people you come into contact with on a daily basis.
The Naturally Sensuous Blog is my contribution to the conversation. It's storytelling about my mission to live a life that is Sacred, Sensual, Sustainable* and (as often as possible) rich with beauty and pleasure. Thank you for joining me!
* Note: I define sustainable as something that is good for you, good for the Earth, good for your budget AND requiring no more maintenance that you can reliably agree to do consistently.
I'm all about effective systems for management, folks. ;)