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EVERYTHING MIST now available in bulk @nickelrefillery . Our packaging has been out of stock for months as a result a lot of our products are out of stock. Perfect time to stop in at one of our many local Sudbury businesses!#bulkoptions#savesomemoolah #supportlocalsudbury ... See MoreSee Less

EVERYTHING MIST now available in bulk @nickelrefillery . Our packaging has been out of stock for months as a result a lot of our products are out of stock. Perfect time to stop in at one of our many local Sudbury businesses!#bulkoptions#savesomemoolah #supportlocalsudbury

Canada Day Giveaway

In honour of Canada Day and the amazing Beautiful Souls across Canada we have teamed up with THREE businesses to bring YOU some Bohemian love❤️

How to enter:

🌸Like this post
🦋Tag another Beautiful Soul
❤️Like all the following pages

@treetopbathandbody
@yantrabohemiaboutique
@ancientmantra
@believeinyoujewelry

Prize pack up for grabs:

🌸Gleaming Goddess Ageless Serum from Treetop Bath and Body
🌸A pair of pink boho harem pant from Yantra Bohemia Boutique
🌸 A beautiful chrysocolla gemstone bracelet from Ancient Mantra
🌸A pink, elephant mala necklace from Believe in YOU jewelry

Contest is open June 24th until July 1st. Draw will be held July 2nd. Winner must live within Canada.

Good Luck 😉
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Canada Day Giveaway

In honour of Canada Day and the amazing Beautiful Souls across Canada we have teamed up with THREE businesses to bring YOU some Bohemian love❤️

How to enter:

🌸Like this post
🦋Tag another Beautiful Soul 
❤️Like all the following pages 

@treetopbathandbody
@yantrabohemiaboutique
@ancientmantra
@believeinyoujewelry

Prize pack up for grabs:

🌸Gleaming Goddess Ageless Serum from Treetop Bath and Body 
🌸A pair of pink boho harem pant from Yantra Bohemia Boutique
🌸 A beautiful chrysocolla gemstone bracelet from Ancient Mantra 
🌸A pink, elephant mala necklace from Believe in YOU jewelry

Contest is open June  24th until July 1st. Draw will be held July 2nd. Winner must live within Canada. 

Good Luck 😉

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Sari Lindvall Great giveaway! Good luck everyone. Thanks!

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Awesome giveaway Kasy Lehoux

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I have recently had the opportunity to reflect on racism based upon what has been happening in the States but also within our own country. The broad call for anti-racism at the individual and systemic levels requires each of us to look within ourselves and to consciously understand how we might be contributing to racism.

I have always believed that I am not a racist person. I have people in my life from all ethnic and racial backgrounds, who identify as BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and Persons of Colour (POC)). These include my family members, God-children, and colleagues.

In recent weeks I started to gain a better understanding of what white privilege is and how my lack of understanding of my white privilege has contributed to my role in perpetuating racism. I encourage each and every one of you to look within and learn. I encourage you to start having these conversations at your dinner table as uncomfortable as they may be. With a better understanding of how privilege factors into racism is a good starting point for individual change and allyship!

I acknowledge that I have witnessed everyday acts of racism in my life, my family, my workplace and larger community. I further acknowledge that I have failed to step up in these instances. Instead, I would remain silent for fear of feeling uncomfortable and possibly fearful because of the need to directly confront the racist in the room. Many times, I have had to walk away after racist comments were made, which is fully exercising my white privilege--how do persons identifying as BIPOC walk away? I can soothe my angst of racism by focusing on something else; while racism penetrates the essence of everyday living for some Canadians.

As a first step towards allyship, I will be attending a webinar tomorrow evening at 8 pm, titled, "Showing Up for Racial Justice: White People's Work to End Racism”. You can register for this at lovecityarts.org. Robin Diangelo wrote a book by the name of "White Fragility: Why It's So Hard for White People to Talk about Racism", and she also has several excellent YouTube videos that you can watch. “White Fragility” provided me with a lot of good information and a place to begin. We are being asked to show up as white people...as difficult as that might be, it cannot compare to living with racism in Canadian Society. I think we can all do better.
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I have recently had the opportunity to reflect on racism based upon what has been happening in the States but also within our own country. The broad call for anti-racism at the individual and systemic levels requires each of us to look within ourselves and to consciously understand how we might be contributing to racism.  

I have always believed that I am not a racist person. I have people in my life from all ethnic and racial backgrounds, who identify as BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and Persons of Colour (POC)). These include my family members, God-children, and colleagues. 

 In recent weeks I started to gain a better understanding of what white privilege is and how my lack of understanding of my white privilege has contributed to my role in perpetuating racism.  I encourage each and every one of you to look within and learn.  I encourage you to start having these conversations at your dinner table as uncomfortable as they may be.  With a better understanding of how privilege factors into racism is a good starting point for individual change and allyship!

I acknowledge that I have witnessed everyday acts of racism in my life, my family, my workplace and larger community. I further acknowledge that I have failed to step up in these instances. Instead, I would remain silent for fear of feeling uncomfortable and possibly fearful because of the need to directly confront the racist in the room. Many times, I have had to walk away after racist comments were made, which is fully exercising my white privilege--how do persons identifying as BIPOC walk away? I can soothe my angst of racism by focusing on something else; while racism penetrates the essence of everyday living for some Canadians.

As a first step towards allyship, I will be attending a webinar tomorrow evening at 8 pm, titled,  Showing Up for Racial Justice: White Peoples Work to End Racism”. You can register for this at lovecityarts.org.  Robin Diangelo wrote a book by the name of White Fragility: Why Its So Hard for White People to Talk about Racism, and she also has several excellent YouTube videos that you can watch.  “White Fragility” provided me with a lot of good information and a place to begin.  We are being asked to show up as white people...as difficult as that might be, it cannot compare to living with racism in Canadian Society. I think we can all do better.

Fully stocked! Get your hands on some of our best sellers (yes finally available to purchase online). Thank you for your patience everyone! ... See MoreSee Less

Fully stocked! Get your hands on some of our best sellers (yes finally available to purchase online). Thank you for your patience everyone!

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Love the elixir! One day I have to pick up the goodies I won.

Two of my faves, but to me honest, everything Tree Top is my fave!

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I honestly love these posts. It makes all of the research and development that go into each of my products from inception to the shelves worth it! Mandy gave me permission to post this. Keep them coming my friends! Full disclosure she is my stepbrothers wife. Isn’t she radiant?! More to come!#selfcaremondays#radiantbeautyinsideandout #shareyourbeautysecrets #takecareofyourself #thankyou ... See MoreSee Less

I honestly love these posts. It makes all of the research and development that go into each of my products from inception to the shelves worth it! Mandy gave me permission to post this. Keep them coming my friends! Full disclosure she is my stepbrothers wife. Isn’t she radiant?! More to come!#selfcaremondays#radiantbeautyinsideandout #shareyourbeautysecrets #takecareofyourself #thankyou
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