I introduce to you the sweet souled Emma Kate, who is a designer, blogger, author, world adventurer, and founder of the Emma Kate Co. stationery/lifestyle brand and design studio. With her lighthearted and whimsy designs, Emma Kate is in the business of making days all over the planet – for customers, virtual visitors, creative clients, and everyone in between. With heart-crafted brush strokes and splashes of bright colour, her fresh, one-of-a-kind works inspire unbridled freedom, unabashed love, and unforgettable kindness. Soul Sister Circle chats to Emma about her love for typography, the wanderlust gene and what life is like jet setting off to magical places each week.

Eleanor Roosevelt For many months now I have had this sense that the Spring Equinox (23rd September) was going to be an important date for Soul Sister Circle. I meditated on it, sat with pen at the ready waiting for the inspiration to come through thinking it would mark another luxurious Soul Sister Gathering but when nothing came to me I made the assumption that, this time, my gut feeling meant nothing.
Lesson 1: Gut feelings never mean nothing!
Over the past few weeks I have been extremely busy with seemingly back-to-back personal and professional commitments. I have worked tirelessly on the Soul Sister Circle website and time has flown by without so much as a thought about the impending Equinox. As I dutifully went about my work the days turned into weeks, the weeks into months and I was completely oblivious to the divine influences at play in my business. When everything seemed to be going against me and progress on the Soul Sister Circle website had all but stopped, I reminded myself of this simple little matra:

Everything in divine time

I had to embrace the idea that life was playing out exactly as it was meant to and trust that all the delays, hurdles and issues were in perfect alignment with a universal plan.
Lesson 2: Trust
Well my sisters, today is the 23rd September, also know as Spring Equinox, and it marks a very special day for Soul Sister Circle.

By Meg O'Sullivan Life can seem pretty damn monotonous sometimes. If you are working the 9 till 5, following the same routine everyday it's not uncommon for your existence to seem, well,... like an endless drudgery. Annual holidays abroad may help you to escape this sense of captivity. But such freedom usually proves to be fleeting, as the return to routine invites a new bout of monotony. [caption id="attachment_638" align="aligncenter" width="640"]Image by Sonja Langford via Unsplash.com Image by Sonja Langford via Unsplash.com[/caption] We live life making plans, following routines and setting schedules. As a consequence our days can begin to meld into one. Life can get to feeling a little dull.  However, often our society calls for such routines and plans. And although we all like to think we'd love to scrap our schedule and live life in the flow, as human beings we crave certainty. So quitting your money-makin' day job and proclaiming a life of freedom and adventure isn't always what it's cracked up to be. So the question on every 9 till 5er's lips...

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