Passion Planner: Don’t Just Track Appointments – Act On Your Goals {GIVEAWAY}

While I personally don’t practice ‘New Year, New Me’ the New Year does signal the need to purchase a new planner! I use a variety of organizing and planning tools, such as my Passion Planner and iPhone’s calendar, to help keep me updated on appointments, meetings, and deadlines, so I can continue to act and make progress towards my goals. I have been asked multiple times to share why and how I use my Passion Planner and so here it is.


2018 – New Year, Still Fabulous

2018 New Year, Still Fabulous

Redstreak Girl in Kiyonna Retro Glam Lace Dress

Happy 2018!

By now, we are about halfway through the first month of 2018. I fully intended to publish a new year blog post soon after January 1st but I decided to take a couple weeks to reflect about this past year and to better formulate my thoughts about New Year rhetoric.

It has been a few years since I let go of at the popular phrase New Year, New You and even longer since I last made a New Years resolution. But only recently I found the reasoning on why I gave it all up.


Announcing Redstreak Girl’s Pindigenous Collection!

Redstreak Girl Indigenous Collection 3 pins

Announcing Redstreak Girl’s Pindigenous Collection!

I am excited to finally announce the release of the Pindigenous Collection, a line of hard enamel pins designed by me! My first set of three pins are fun chic flair that embody things and concepts that I think describe me – gohwééh, the loves of my life, and body positivity.

I designed a hard enamel pin collection because I personally wanted to add fun flair to accessorize my wardrobe… but I didn’t feel that there were many options that described me or that added a touch of Native style to my step.

Pins are available in my shop here on my website! Read below for a description of each pin.


2017 #GivingTuesday

 Navajo basket filled with sash belt and jewelry


#GivingTuesday, Nov. 28

The Holiday season is already upon us and in the spirit of giving I wanted to share with you the groups whose efforts I am thankful for. Click the link to learn more about the organization’s efforts and how you can support them.