The Safari Collective: Living Everyday with Intention

Finding Space for Meaning & Wellness

Sarah Lopes embraces a different approach to consumerism, moving away from mass produced to intentionally made and intentionally purchased.  Sarah launched The Safari Collective in 2016 to display her carefully curated collection of unique and ethically made items created by small businesses right here in America. 

Her online collective grew into a brick-and-mortar store located in the town of New Milford, Connecticut.

Sarah invites you to find beauty in the mundane and elevate everyday "chores" into a special part of your day.  We talk about some of Sarah's favorite morning practices along with the beauty of New England, and the magic of New Milford. 

She offers some great tips for decluttering your day and being fully present in the moment.

Grab your favorite mug and join us for this conversation on filling your life with meaning and living with presence and intention.

Sarah Lopes founder of The Safari Collective

Brandy Searcy founder Rain Organica

About the Author

Brandy's a formulation scientist and self-proclaimed health geek who loves hiking, gardening, bird-watching, and body boarding. 

Her struggle with acne during her teens and 20s led to a holistic and healthy approach to skincare, embracing skin as an organ to be loved and cared for rather than a canvas to wage war on. 

Since 2008, she's been developing all-in-one products for a simple routine at home, & Rain Organica started when her backpacking friends asked for a portable skincare routine to keep their skin healthy & happy on and off the trails.

You can try Rain Organica for yourself with The Essentials Kit, a complete skincare routine in just 3 steps.

Brandy's LinkedIn Bio

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