Are you Down?

When I met Jessica Rosen of One Down Dog I found her to be one of the most engaging, compassionate, generous people who has ever crossed my path. We have become fast friends and partners in many a creative endeavor. She teaches yoga to the kids at Visions Adolescent Treatment Center, where I hold the position of New Media Manager. She gives back to her community in a way that is truly genuine and from the heart. She is also a huge part of the LoveMore Movement. Today, Jessica launched an Indiegogo campaign to finally get into her own space, so she can expand this beautiful dream of hers.  She has the location, it just needs some love!

Check out the video!

Here’s how you can help:

Donate to their INDIEGOGO campaign! Every penny counts toward creating this dream.  This isn’t just a yoga studio, it’s going to be a space of inclusion, learning, love, and compassion.

Tell your friends to contribute. Use your social media skills like mad!

  • like ODD on facebook
  • post the campaign image on instagram and tag it with #onedowndog, #makeawesomehappen. MAKE IT TREND!
  • tweet something hilarious and/or heartfelt (bonus points for doing both in 140 characters or less).
  • Hit up their YouTube channel and like the video, maybe even leave a comment if you feel so inclined, and stay tuned for more videos along the way.


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I need your votes!!

I’ve entered a few images into the See.Me/One Life competition and I would love your support!

You can lend your vote here:

I am working hard to get the LoveMore movement off the ground. The portrait project is in the works and a line of T’s and hoodies is coming soon. My heart is deeply invested in this project. It is my goal to lift others up through the practices of generosity and compassion. The LoveMore movement is all about folks who wear their hearts on their sleeves, whose work is to go into the shadows and shed some light. The foundation of LoveMore is about walking with our arms out instead of recoiling. I do need some financial support in this endeavor, and a photo competition seemed a fairly innocuous place to start. I do hope you will vote!

All my love and gratitude.