She’s here! The Pockets of Peace Manifesto has arrived.


She’s been a little while in coming, but she has arrived and I am so very very happy I can finally share this precious little Manifesto with you all!

The Pockets of Peace Manifesto is a loving collaboration between me and Emma-Kate Codrington at Emma-Kate Creative, and  is designed to be a beautiful work of art for you to hang in your sanctuary for instant peace and inspiration.

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Featuring playful pastels and dreamy watercolour splashes, this manifesto has words of wisdom for connecting to pockets of peace at an individual level, connecting with your intuition, your spirit, loving connections to others, the world, our infinite universe and back again.

Each of the sections have also been written to stand on their own and I encourage anyone who reads it to take their time over each section – maybe even try dedicating a few days or a week to each. Reflect on how you’re connecting to yourself, to others, to the world, and beyond. How are you cultivating your pockets of peace? Meditate on it, reflect on it, journal it on paper – you’ll have some amazing insights doing just this.

Or just hang it on your wall for frequent reminders of how to discover, cultivate and nurture your own pockets of peace. Daily.


Each of the manifesto prints is printed on luxe eco-friendly stock and lovingly infused with beautiful reiki energy before it is sent to you. 10% of the proceeds from the sale of this manifesto will go directly to Room to Read – an award-winning non-profit organisation which improves literacy and gender equality in education within developing countries.


Emma and I have also created some manifesto-inspired cards and gift tags, perfect for adorning gifts you *may* be thinking of giving soon, say in the next couple of weeks. Is that sleigh bells I hear ringing?


Pockets of Peace subscribers will get a desktop wallpaper digital download of the manifesto in their inboxes next week – pop your deets in here if you’d like one!

I’d love to know what you think of the manifesto! I’d be delighted to hear from you in the comments below. xx



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