The orange light and crackling of the timber invite us to be present and relax into each moment. Campfires remind me of stories that unfold under the stars. These exchanges are snuggled in between blankets of quiet contemplation, conversation, and playful moments of laughter.

As the winter days seem so long and as the pandemic quarantine feels even longer now is the time to rekindle the warmth and magic spark of the campfire.

Allow campfire memories to ignite your own internal fire to feel connected, inspired and motivated this season.
  • The memory of laughter motivates us to find joy and gratitude in life.
  • The memory of storytelling motivates us to manifest what we want in life.
  • The memory of solace ignites staying present with our own inner awareness.

When we add these symbolic logs or memories (laughter, storytelling, solace) to our internal flame we let go of the need for outside entertainment to motivate us and open to “inner attainment”. This “inner attainment” inspires us to gain a deeper sense of connection with ourselves and the world around us. Take time alone, to BE. Light a candle, turn inward and pause.

If you are interested in connecting with a larger community,

I invite you to check out

Eat Breathe Thrive’s Virtual Campfire Social Events 

Engage in meaningful conversations about aspects of the human experience each month.

(under all events tab)


The Revitalize Counseling Community will also be hosting

Eat Breathe Thrive Detroit Virtual 6 Week Series

Sunday, February 21st – March 28th from 10:00 am – 12:00 noon.

Eat Breathe Thrive

We are creating a community through a unique program that involves discussion, mindfulness, interactive exercises and yoga.

This will help to cultivate a more compassionate relationship with food, your body and yourself.