I’M SO VERY SORRY

This is my face after hours and hours of glitches on the website here yesterday.

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I’M SO VERY SORRY.

Thank you so much to those of you who reached out to me about these glitches (and the emails in your in box). My web administrator and myself have been working diligently to get things back in order and up to snuff.

As the nature of my business moves toward online courses and coaching – things you can access right from the comfort of your living room – I needed the website to reflect those offerings.

And that meant changing the look of Simply Sather.

I’m so very sorry for the mess in your email in boxes yesterday. We still don’t know how it happened, but are aware of the inconvenience and are working to ensure it doesn’t happen again.

I hope you will continue subscribing as more soul tending resources and tips are on the way.

A NEW LOGO

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I’m so very excited to share this with y’all.

It’s been several weeks in the making. And while it may just seem like another logo – I’d like to share a few special things about it.

1| It’s MY handwriting! 

My creative support is genius. She saw the fonts I provided and after I mentioned that I often get compliments on my handwriting, she somehow turned my first attempt at a writing sample into my new logo.

2| The colors are significant.

I rushed (what we called it back then) a sorority in 1992 and like all of them – they have colors. The colors in my sorority are black + gold, which have locked themselves in my subconscious over the years. So much so that I have coffee mugs, furniture and wall hangings in these colors.

3 | The heart is my signature stamp.

I’m not sure how she did it, but I wanted a doodle heart, less structured…not perfect.

It represents a heart rock I found while vacationing in Washington State this past summer. We were walking back from the beach to our car – the same path we’d taken to get to the beach – when I almost stepped on it. Not sure how I missed it, I bent to grab it and almost cried.

A weathered rock. Smooth, but cracked.

This heart had been through something.

I asked my husband if I could take it. Not sure why, I wasn’t sure something so beautiful wasn’t worth more or belonged to someone else. I guess I needed verbal confirmation outside of myself.

It represented me. My heart.

And in that moment, we both knew that it would become the symbol of the soul tending support I work to offer.

A THANK YOU GIFT FOR YOU

Thank you for sticking around.

There is so much content in my heart. Once the format is set up (the website) and I learn how to navigate it with less time spent on the “behind-the-scenes”, there will be more here for you.

More designed to help you tend to your soul.

In fact, as a thank you gift for your patience and for sticking with me here in this space, I’d like to offer this FREE resource I created to help me make + take the margin in my life to tend to my own soul. Enjoy!

And again, thank you.

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