Rabbit Rabbit!

Rabbit rabbit! I recently read a fortune that said, “Look towards the sunshine and the shadows will fall behind.” Apparently Walt Whitman and Helen Keller both said that, too. What a wise cookie! So be present. It’s a new month. And soon to be a new season. ‪Lots of good stuff happening if we focus in on it.

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Have a great month!

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Rabbit Rabbit!

Rabbit rabbit! Speaking of superstitions…Mercury retrograde (when the planet appears to be moving backward in its orbit) ends tomorrow! So for those of us who subscribe to the ideas of astrology, this is great news. Especially if life’s been feeling a little backward and you’re looking for something to blame it on! Wishing you a lovely August—with minimal confusion and chaos.


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Rabbit rabbit and happy July! So I was a total slacker this month and traveled to Greece instead of working on Rabbit Rabbit. So, I’m keepin it simple with this olive branch design—a symbol of peace deriving from ancient Greece—and a little reminder to spread more kindness. Have a great July!


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Rabbit rabbit and happy June! Can you believe half the year is almost behind us already? It goes so quickly. So I hope you get to enjoy all that is still ahead and soak in that summer!


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Rabbit rabbit! Welcome to May. There is a saying from Zen Shin that reads, “A flower does not think of competing with the flower next to it. It just blooms.” Yeeessss. And I’d like to add that before it blooms, it finds its grounding. It gets strongly rooted in itself. So keep going. Keep setting that groundwork. And have a wonderful May!


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Can’t have rainbows without some rain, right? Helloooo, April. So nice to see you again. Don’t forget to say “rabbit rabbit” this morning for some extra luck this month!


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Rabbit rabbit…rabbit! In celebration of the third month of the year, this post is inspired by the ancient “Three Hares” motif. It symbolizes different things for different cultures, but in China (where the earliest known examples appear in cave temples dating back to the 6th century!), the hare represents peace, tranquility, and success—and I truly hope March brings you all those things.