Artist Desiree East

Transformational Coach For Creative Soul Adventurers

You want to THRIVE and live in the PRESENT MOMENT. You want to CREATE THE REALITY YOU'VE ALWAYS DREAMED through CREATIVE LIFESTYLE HABITS.You want to tap into that hidden, CREATIVE POTENTIAL that is ready to be UNLEASHED to the world. When your inner voice, your intuitive heart --- YOUR creative genius --- is nourished and pampered, you know you can create profound changes in your LIFE that is the art.

Desiree East is a Soulful Entrepreneur, Certified Master Transformational Coach, Creatively Fit Coach and Visual Artist. Desiree facilitates live creative workshops and retreats, as well as, online art programs focused on personal and professional development. She inspires her clients to create meaningful change in their lives through creative ritual, using art-making as a modality for creative wellness and deep transformation (no art experience required). 

From Maiden to Mother: A Humbling Transformation in the Sky and Sea

 

Okay, so travelling in general could be very stressful at times, no matter who you are travelling with and no matter where you are going. Planes, trains or automobiles, kids or no kids, friends or foes, something bad is bound to happen, no matter how minor or major the incident. Travel incidents just come with the travel package, right?

Well, let me tell you, the first two days were hell. Ironically, it was not because we had a baby in tow. In fact, Kirra did soooooo well at the airport waiting in long lines, plodding through TSA, and she was a champ (in my eyes) on the flights to and from Hawaii. She got a little restless toward the end of our flights, but who doesn't? (You should feel my biceps...talk about workout).

To make a long story short:

American Airlines, you suck.

There were no clear signs of where to check-in, nor were there clear, designated fancy red line ribbon thingies. What happened to the fancy red line ribbon thingies??

There were no regular check-in lines to check into. The only thing available were these little self check-in kiosks, scattered throughout the floor, underneath the big American Airlines signage.

"No problem, I've got this shit. I'm a computer nerd. I've done this before, we'll be done in 5 minutes flat..."

The self check-in kiosks were not working properly.  1 out of 5 computers in our line were in working order. There was ONE employee that was available to assist our entire area (which was filled with a massive crowd of unorganized, helpless, desperate souls).

Then I looked outside to the Valet check-in. LIFE SAVER. We tipped our dude $20, worth every penny.

Because of said disorganized check-in lines, we were were one of the handful of people to get on the full flight. I even saw a guy sitting a couple of rows behind us roll his eyes, as poor Kirra started to fuss. In my mind, I was like, shut it, dude. Shut your rolling, judge-y eyes.

Yep. No matter how prepared we were and no matter how early we got to the airport, we were that family. 

And NO time for a diaper change.

SO much drama for this mama. Sheesh.

Sinking into Island Life - Blessings Abound

Even though our trip didn't start off as smooth as possible (does it ever?), there is always that moment when you step off of the plane and breath in the tropical air that is filled with the scent of sweet plumeria leis...where everything slows down and everything is ooookay. 

Aloooooooooooha.

We crashed out pretty darn early on the night of our arrival, only to wake up at 5am the next morning to find out that there was a Hawaiian blessing and ceremony taking place on the beach where we were staying.

Perfect.

I took this as a sign, and decided to use this opportunity to introduce Kirra to the ocean water for her very first time, as well as, honor my transition into motherhood.  The releasing of being a maiden and honoring my role as a mother for Kirra (which was quite the journey, especially with her wanting only me during the entire trip) was something I've needed since she was born. Some sort of meaningful ritual to make it all legit. 

And this was it.

Coincidentally, it was also the anniversary of my beloved furry family member, Moana (my other daughter - no, really) passing, and to add to that, the name of the chant was about 'Moana', and it took place in front of the iconic Moana Surfrider resort. Whaaaaaaaat?

I swear, I didn't plan it that way.

And the funny thing is, is that Brendon and I have always believed that our dog, Moana, was the one who sent Baby Kirra to us. That, my friends, is yet, another story.

This beautiful "Ho 'ala" (or awakening) was a Hawaiian ceremony of renewal of mind, body, and spirit, and it took place at sunrise, facing Diamond Head. It was a practice of getting into the correct mind-space, cleansing body, mind, and spirit, focusing our minds toward a future, filled with renewed vitality, hope, and happiness.

An ocean blessing of sorts. 

Kirra loooooooooved the ocean water, and she had a big grin on her face when we took her past the shore break. It was such a special moment. Of course, we didn't get it on video or capture any photos, but it was definitely memorable.

At Dusk. Quiet. Still.

Diamond Head in the background.

Perfectly peaceful, as we chanted toward the sunrise:

E Ala E

E ALA E

KA LĀ I KAHIKINA

Awake! The sun is in the East

I KA MOANA

KA MOANA HOHONU

At the ocean, the deep ocean

PI'I KA LEWA

KA LEWA NU'U

Climb to the heavens, highest heaven

I KAHIKINA

AIA KA LĀ

E ALA E!

In the East, there is the sun, arise, awake!

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So, there was a point during our trip where Brendon and I decided to stop trying to plan and control every single second of our vacation time (because, naturally, that's what we had been doing all along to make the vacation happen, right?!). 

We let go.

Let go of planning.

Let go of needing to figure what we needed to do next.

Let go of figuring out where to eat and when should we eat and what time should we eat and what about the baby?

So much pressure, man.

And once I decided to consciously let go of control (damn post-partum OCD. There is such a thing, isn't there??), all was good in the Hawaiian hood.

And I applied that to tending to Kirra the entire trip, too. Letting go of having to be the perfect vacation mommy. Letting go of having to be the perfect vacation wife. 

And my, oh my. Everything just fell into place as easily as it could in paradise.

fast forward a few days

As I was sitting on my surfboard, salt water dripping from eyelashes and onto my lips, a dear friend and beautiful surf sister that I've known for many years gently shared this little piece of a truth-bomb that was given to her from another friend, on being a mom: 

"Your life is no longer your own..."

What? Ouch! No, no, no. La, la, la,la, la, la, la...

"I know, how depressing, huh?" Thank god she shared the same sentiment as me.

I really didn't want to hear that, and my instant inward, silent reaction (being a life coach and all) was, "Pfffffft...there you have it, another limiting belief, disguised as wisdom, promising to hold me back from doing all of the things I want to do in my life."

But the truth was that I had only a small window of time to paddle out and enjoy my very first surf session since I became pregnant with Kirra. And the truth was, was that I was thinking of Kirra every single second I was out there.

What was she doing?

Is she playing with Daddy?

I hope she's not crying.

Is she having fun?

I missssss her.

And, it was true. I have been admittedly been playing this game of denial with my former maiden-self for quite some time now. "What?? My life isn't going to change that much. I wish people would stop telling me my life is going to change. Bah, humbug. Not happening over here. Because, see look: #TRAVELLINGWITHBABY"

And then, my break-time was up.

Long gone are the surf sessions that lasted for 2 hours at a time. 

Long gone are the surf sessions that had me staring off blankly into the horizon with no care in the world.

Long gone are the surf sessions where both Brendon and I could surf together, wherever and whenever we want.

Long gone are the carefully planned surf sessions, perfectly synced with the tides, the wind, and the swells formed from stormy seas thousands of miles of away.

Yes, this is all true. BUT, it doesn't mean I have to give up the things that I love and stop doing the things that make me feel complete. Otherwise, I will really go insane. And that is not good for me. Nor for Brendon. Or for the Baby.

So, let's reframe this, shall we? ('Reframing' is an example of a pretty awesomely simple coaching technique, where we change the meaning of an unwanted situation in order to gain a more positive perspective on the outcome...incredibly useful stuff, if you're feeling stuck!)

MY LIFE IS STILL MY OWN AND NOW I GET TO SHARE ITS BEAUTY WITH MY LITTLE BABE

Ahhhhhh...much better.

The flip side to this new mamahood thing is a whole 'nother world that has opened up in tremendous ways. New ways of being. New ways of seeing. Now I get to share my love of life, of travel, of the vast ocean and its blessings, with my little girl. I have a whole new perspective of ocean-life from the eyes of a child. And it has been magnificent. And soooooo much FUN!! So much laughter (Kirra is a really funny baby, guys!) And the LOVE, I can't even to begin to measure.

As soon as I got home, I had a conference call scheduled with my fellow Creatively Fit Coach Team members. And it was just what I needed to seal the deal of this whole transforming into motherhood thing (although, I suppose it never really is a process that ever ends, is it?)

In speaking with my colleagues, something kept ringing in my ears loud and clear:

You can never lose yourself.
Yes, there might be moments when you could feel yourself slipping away.
From FREEDOM
From INDEPENDENCE
From SELF-EXPRESSION
From SELF-LOVE
But, it’s not forever.
You always have the choice to come back to YOU.
You might have a completely different palette splashed with hues you’ve never used in your life.
You might even have a giant canvas that is overwhelmingly intimidating.
But one thing is for certain.
The only constant is that YOU will always be YOU.

So, as a new mom (and your Creatively Fit Coach), I'm going to practice what I preach and go back to the canvas and commit to my personal painting practice for four months straight. So I could allow myself to re-connect with myself.

To make time for me (selfishly, how dare I do such a thing, that thing they call self-care?!)

To connect with creative, kind souls (are you ready?)

To connect with mother nature (I hear the ocean waves calling to me as I erratically type)

And to just beeeeeeee...FREE, INDEPENDENT, SELF-EXPRESSIVE and LOOOOOOOVED!

AND, I'm going to commit to my creative coaching practice and my clients, my people, I miss youuuuu!! Whew...cheers and big MAHALOS for sticking with me through my transformation. I hope to support you with the same.

 

VISION QUEST: THE CREATIVELY FIT PROGRAM (SEPTEMBER THRU DECEMBER 2016) 

Vision Quest: The Creatively Fit Program is a 4-month journey through the elements of creation. Each month is dedicated to the energies of a Sacred Element. This focuses your attention in a way that allows for WHOLE and Full-Circle creative unfoldment. Step into your BIGNESS and choose to walk the path of Mastery by reclaiming that DIVINE, MYSTERIOUS connection to SPIRIT - a connection that lives outside of your rational mind. 

  • Vision Quest, The Creatively Fit Program, accelerates your life’s journey to your soul’s highest vision for this lifetime.

  • Vision Quest opens the way to greater insight, knowing and self-trust, so you can step firmly onto your life’s highest path.

  • Vision Quest gives you the platform to access your intuitive, infinite mind, so you can hear your soul’s calling and journey to your highest vision.

  • Vision Quest guides you out of your mind and into your heart through the powerful portal of the blank canvas.

The Vision Quest Program taps you into the signs, symbols, synchronicities and dreams that your right brain – your Soul – has been sending you.

This is an INITIATION – a Rite of Passage – as well as an integration. It’s when you begin weaving your new creative practice into your physical home space, and into the fabric of your daily life. And just like any Rite of Passage, you will have support and care-filled guidance.

As a Certified Creatively Fit Coach, I will be your personal Vision Quest Guide, providing 1-on-1 support throughout our time together. This concierge service gives you the attention and care of another woman who has completed Vision Quest with Whitney Freya as her guide.

I will guide you every step of the way, hold space for your transformation, and keep you accountable to your goals within the program.

We’ve designed this level of accountability into the program in order to fully support you. We’ve found that by having a Creatively Fit Coach to turn to, exponentially increases your success as a Quester. 

Please, click below to learn more, where you will be taken to the Vision Quest Creatively site. 

 

If you'd like to contact me to schedule a complimentary 30 min DISCOVERY SESSION to see if Vision Quest is the right fit for you, please click below.

 

 

Creativity, Transformation, and Re-birth

Hello Dear Creative Tribe! Just checking in with you, and I hope that the Spring/Summer seasons are greeting you with sunshine kisses and beautiful, floral blooms. I have been deep in creativity and transformation, myself, both metaphorically and literally, as I enter my third trimester as a mom-to-be. It's been very exciting, thrilling, emotional, and humbling, all at the same time. I can only imagine the roller-coaster of emotions I'll be experiencing once this little baby girl arrives. Whew!!

Here's a little video of what I've been up to and how you could work with me before I go on maternity leave. I've been wrapping things up and attempting to streamline things - and honestly, I wanted to DO IT ALL (for example, teach an elephant painting workshop, finally launch my Mastermind program, invite more peeps to private 1-on-1 VIP Zen Sessions, etc.), but who are we kidding?!

So, with my husband's encouragement and lovely advice from my Mastermind peers, I'm taking it easy and focusing my energy on this new bundle of joy that is coming into our lives this summer. My biz brain is giving into my baby brain, and I'm quite alright with that. Thanks for following along with me on my journey (especially, to those of you on Instagram and Facebook!). Your love and support means the world to me.

BUT, before I go, I'd like to invite you to one last painting party to celebrate the SOLSTICE, while we raise money for on-going relief efforts in Nepal. Please, click play to watch the video below.

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WHAT TRANSFORMATIONS ARE GOING ON IN YOUR LIFE AND HOW COULD I HELP YOU?

PLEASE CLICK THE IMAGE BELOW TO LEARN MORE ABOUT MANDALA MEDITATIONS: A 3-WEEK PAINTING JOURNEY.

50% OF PROCEEDS WILL GO TO WAVES FOR WATER'S NEPAL RELIEF INITIATIVE, WHERE THEY HAVE MOBILIZED EFFORTS TO GET CLEAN WATER FILTERS TO REMOTE AREAS.

 

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TO LEARN MORE ABOUT WAVES FOR WATER, PLEASE CLICK THE IMAGE BELOW. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

 

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What Do You Have Planned for 2015?

Happy (belated) 2015!! My oh my, it's been too long. As you'll see in the video, I (obviously) took some time off from blogging --- for good reason, of course. And I'm finally back and ready to get into gear. I will admit, I feel I got left behind on the 2015 yearly planning train, and if you feel the same, just remember, it's never too late to get started. Here's a little video just to say, 'Hi', and let you know what I've been up to...this year is going to be a big year of changes, both personally and professionally, and I'm hoping to keep you updated, as much as possible! For now, I just want to say THANKS for being here, and I can't wait to see what unfolds for all of us in 2015.

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SO WHAT DO YOU HAVE PLANNED FOR 2015? I'D LOVE TO HEAR WHAT BIG THINGS ARE COMING UP FOR YOU. PLEASE, SHARE IN THE COMMENTS BELOW. ALSO, IF YOU'D LIKE TO PARTICIPATE IN VISION BOARD DREAMS AND GET A CHANCE TO WORK WITH ME ONE-ON-ONE ON YOUR DREAM STRATEGY SESSION, PLEASE CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP:

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weekly photo challenge: between

costa rica 2014 - desiree east Welp, we made it back alive from our (incredibly relaxing) Costa Rican vacay. And, yes, as promised, I took a very well-needed digital break, as well - sans the photography taking and sharing on instagram, of course. I just couldn't help myself. I will admit, I didn't take as many photos as I had hoped, because of the rain, but the images that I did get were quite memorable.

For this week's photo challenge, 'Between', I wanted to share some pictures of our trip, because quite literally, I am still in between vacation mode and work mode. It's been over a month since I've been back, and I haven't updated my blog, BUT I am trying not to punish myself for that. Please, forgive me, blog-gods. Thank you.

I admit, it took me at least a month to get out of sloth-mode. Something about soaking in the tropical heat (translation: gigantic jungle sauna), makes it a wee bit hard to get back into work-mode.

But I'm BACK. And I'm back with a (work) vengeance!

Here are a few select pics of our trip...it was a super special treat to see some tropical wildlife. On the very first day, as we swerved through the cool-air mountain tops, finally reaching sea level, at the town of Playa Dominical, we spotted a sloth - just chillin', mind you - on the way to the eco-lodge we were staying at. It was pretty awesome.

(By the way - for those of you wondering, the surfing conditions were mediocre, at best - hence, the non-photos of surf breaks. Sorry, guys- next time!).

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And THEN, when we arrived at our destination, the receptionist checked us in and non-chalantly gave us a brief warning of sorts, in the most beautiful Tican accent, "Just so you are aware, there is a boa constrictor on the grounds, and he is having lunch (aka, a helpless little iguana) right next to the sidewalk that leads to the restaurant...please, do not disturb the snake and iguana."

Ummm...okay.

Part of me wanted to make double-sure that the snake was nowhere near our room. And part of me wanted to go all Nat-Geo and find this boa who was devouring an iguana for lunch...!! Crazy-cool.

We went to the restaurant to see what we could see, but it was nowhere to be found. Uh-oh. Where'd it go? Our group excitedly searched the grounds for the snake in the grass...and there it was. And, that's how our little adventurous vacation began.

Here are some select pics of the rest of our time in the beauty that is Central America (and here are some shots on Instagram). A little lounging here, a little beach-time there...you know the drill.

Until next time, HAPPY SUNSHINE-Y SUMMER TO YOU!!

cheers_xo-desi

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WOULD YOU BE INTERESTED IN A LITTLE COMBO TRAVEL PHOTOGRAPHY + TRAVEL JOURNALING PROGRAM? I'VE BEEN WORKING ON CONTENT, SINCE THE DAYS OF BALI - REMEMBER BALI? SO PLEASE HOLD TIGHT, IT'S BEEN AN EVOLVING WORK IN PROGRESS. I'VE BEEN DEVELOPING THIS CREATIVE + TRAVEL BUNDLE COURSE BEHIND THE SCENES, AND I THINK YOU'LL ENJOY IT. I CAN'T PROMISE ANY RELEASE DATES, AS OF YET, BUT JUST SO YA' KNOW, IT'S IN THE WORKS.

IN THE MEANTIME, IF YOU'D LIKE TO JOIN ME AND MY MANDALA ARTISTS FOR SOME SUMMER PAINTING, PLEASE JOIN US IN 'MANDALA MEDITATIONS: A 3-WEEK PAINTING JOURNEY'. I'D LOVE TO HAVE YOU!

 

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weekly photo challenge: threshold

bali surf and exposed reef by desiree east Threshold - noun

  1. a strip of wood, metal, or stone forming the bottom of a doorway and crossed in entering a house or room.
  2. a point of entry or beginning.
  3. the beginning of an airport runway on which an aircraft is attempting to land.
  4. the magnitude or intensity that must be exceeded for a certain reaction, phenomenon, result, or condition to occur or be manifested.
  5. he maximum level of radiation or a concentration of a substance considered to be acceptable or safe.
  6. a limit below which a stimulus causes no reaction.

 

I immediately thought of this photo of How I Brought in the Balinese New Year in 2012.

As surfers, we have this hungry anticipation for playing in the ocean's waves like you wouldn't believe. Our hearts' start to pump, and our eyes start to dilate, as we scan the horizon for energetic lumps of salty goodness forming into the perfect platform for gliding to freedom.

CROSSING THE THRESHOLD IN LIFE AND BUSINESS

And at this point in my life, it very much reminds me of the anticipation of building my dream business. One of my online colleagues and surfer friend, Srini Rao of The Unmistakable Creative Podcast (formerly BlogcastFM), happens to use surfing as a metaphor for life and business quite often, which I love. In fact, one of his biggest dreams of hosting a live, yet most intimate event is happening, as I type these words. Check it out: The Instigator Experience. Go Srini!

If you've been following me for the last couple of years you already know that I am also at the threshold of bringing my dreams to light as a creative entrepreneur. And it really does feel like I'm about to paddle out into some of the biggest waves I've ever paddled out into. The courage and confidence that I've gained in the last few years, especially in putting myself out there --- no holds barred --- has been incredibly thrilling, scary, exciting, humbling, liberating and freeing.

All while trying to be as focused and grounded as possible.  

Very much like paddling out into the ocean, I feel like I'm on the verge of having the best surf session in my life, with many more waves to come, in all different sizes, shapes, and forms. And I definitely feel like there is more to come on the horizon.

HERE'S THE THING: Experiences like this just don't fall into our laps. It takes knowing and identifying what you really desire in life. And, just like learning how to surf and getting used to an environment you may not be used to, it takes knowledge and practice. AND, more importantly, to cross that threshold, you must surround yourself with support, so that you're not doing it alone.

 

3 SIMPLE TIPS TO CROSS THE THRESHOLD:

1. IDENTIFY YOUR TRUE DESIRES.

Is what you are about to do truly in alignment with your higher calling/purpose/soul's work? If yes, then fantastic, you'll be happier knowing you're on the right path. If not, change course.

2. BECOME AN EXPERT.

To cross the threshold, educate yourself and take action by practicing the thing that you want to become. The more knowledge you have, the more comfortable you'll be.

3. SURROUND YOURSELF WITH LIKE-MINDED SOULS.

Once you cross the threshold, connect with other people who have the same values and who are doing the same things that you doing, for support, accountability, and sharing challenges and celebrating successes. Having a sense of love, safety and belonging (our three basic human needs) makes a world of a difference.

  WHEN YOU HAVE ALL OF THESE PIECES IN PLACE, ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE, AND YOU WILL BE READY TO RIDE THE MOST EXHILARATING WAVE OF YOUR LIFE. READY TO JUMP IN?

WHAT DO YOU THINK IT TAKES TO CROSS OVER THE THRESHOLD, WHEN IT COMES TO CERTAIN AREAS OF YOUR LIFE? PLEASE SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS IN THE COMMENTS BELOW.        

AND SPEAKING OF MAKING YOUR DREAMS COME TRUE, JOIN ME FOR THE PARTY AND LEARN THE ART OF CREATING A VISION BOARD LIKE AN A-LIST DREAMER. I WILL SHARE THE 5 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT VISION BOARDING AND SHARE SOME STORIES WITH MY SPECIAL GUESTS, WHOSE DREAMS HAVE BECOME REALITY. HOPE YOU CAN MAKE THE PARTY! FREE ADMISSION - CONFETTI OPTIONAL:

vision board dreams with desiree east If you feel inclined to join me and other WordPress bloggers for weekly photo challenges, please do. Just follow the prompts for this week’s theme here: WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE. You have until the following Friday to share what you’ve come up with…Happy Shooting!

weekly photo challenge: street life

Greetings, creative souls!!

When I first heard this week's theme, I couldn't help but think about the collection of street photog images I've collected over the years from my travels: Tahiti, Costa Rica, Baja - Mexico, Peru, and Bali. And I have boatloads of street photography from The States: California (my faves from Los Angeles/Hollywood), Hawaii, and even some 'old-school' photos from New York - hidden somewhere, way back when, when I was invited to the Macy's Day Parade.

Oh, you never heard that story?

Well, it involved being strapped on to the tippy top of a ginormous cake, executing choreography, while Liza Minnelli sang LIVE in the background. Just imagine: Me (and my other dancer friends). On a cake. Whizzing by Radio Music City Hall. And LOTS of sparkly jazz hands. True story.

Those were the glory days (you should've seen the costumes). Oh dear, oh me, oh my.

Anyways.

When I saw this week's photo challenge, Cuzco immediately popped into my mind. Speaking of which, FUN FACT: Cuzco (elevation: 11, 200 ft), once the center of the Inca Empire, is higher in elevation than Machu Picchu (elevation: 8,000 ft). I have pictures of us sucking in air with oxygen masks, compliments of the cute little bed and breakfast we stayed at, but I'll spare you those images.

One thing is for sure - Brendon and I spent hours wandering around the main town center, Plaza de Armas, immersed in the beauty and the buzz. Click play to watch the video below:

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If you feel inclined to join me and other WordPress bloggers for weekly photo challenges, please do. Just follow the prompts for this week’s theme here: WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE. You have until the following Friday to share what you’ve come up with…Happy Shooting!




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'VISION BOARD DREAMS' IS ALMOST HERE, AND IF YOU HAVEN'T HEARD, I'M HAVING A PRE-PARTY BEFORE ENROLLMENT STARTS. I'LL HAVE SOME AVID TRAVEL BUDDIES AT THE PARTY, SO BE SURE TO CLICK THE IMAGE BELOW TO GET ON THE LIST AND JOIN US: how to create a vision board with artist desiree east


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Desiree East is a Soulful Entrepreneur, Certified Master Transformational Coach, Creativity Coach and Visual Artist. Desiree facilitates live creative workshops and retreats, as well as, online art programs focused on personal and professional development. She inspires her clients to create meaningful change in their lives through creative ritual, using art-making as a modality for creative wellness and deep transformation (no art experience required). 


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