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Chantal & Her Creativity Journey

Chantal Monté has been all over from foreign countries like Bali to Sante Fe and San Francisco. She loves to tap into her creativity through all forms of artwork. She speaks about her exotic paintings, seductive quotes, and deep poems with so much passion. With her background in iyengar yoga and meditation, she’s able to get into the zone to let that artistic ability flow.

Chantal says that, “Sante Fe is a very special for artists and healers.” This is where she got a good taste of the art industry, but Bali is where she was “recreated.” During her repeated trips to Bali she was able to train and work on her gifts. She knew it was time to move on and break free from her past. She’s now pursuing her passion and fire through mediums such as poetry, music and teaching.

Her new album SYRUP was just released. SYRUP has the viscosity of honey mixed with the taste of pleasure and intimacy. You can listen to the teaser here.

“When we are able to experience love and sorrow, ecstasy and pain, equally and without resistance, then we are able to fall in love with our entire life. Everything is welcomed. Nothing is left out. Love is all inclusive.”

 

She’s expanded and reached out to offer classes such as a global online event called Meditation for Lovers and offers private coaching for couples wanting to explore their relationship as a creative union. And by meditation, she means meeting in the bedroom naked, shutting the door to the outside world and wrapping legs around hips as a way to connect and feel into each other. She’s able to work in-person and online. She will help guide you through every step of the way. If we want to feel turned-on with our lives, we must slow down.

 

“Slowing down is the key.”

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On Starting Up, From These Female Founders

When mustering up the motivation to transition from employee to founder, leveraging every experience is vital to placing yourself in a position for success. But what about those dead end, part-time jobs? We’ve all had that first serving gig or that summer job as a retail assistant, cashier, or pizza delivery guy (or gal). READ MORE

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Finding Balance: YogaFloats with Kelsey Barden

This past February Kelsey Barden walked into BoxJelly on a mission to build her dream business from the ground up. From her first day as a BoxJelly member, Kelsey has shared her unscripted aspirations to open a one woman stand up paddle board yoga studio. With enthusiasm and a vibrant entrepreneurial spirit, it was clear that her concept would soon become a reality. For the two months leading up to her grand opening, Kelsey taught trial classes to receive feedback and perfect the process (and have fun!). YogaFloats was ready to opened its “doors” with an active clientele, excited to take their practice to the boards.READ MORE

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Freelance Writer Tim Schuler

Freelance. It has a nice ring to it. Choosing projects of your interest, always learning about new topics, and, most importantly, working where and when you want. Accompanied with feelings of creativity, freedom, and curiosity, freelance work assumes an exciting, transient nature. According to Forbes magazine, there are 53 million freelancers in America today and by 2020, 50% of the U.S. workforce will be freelancers.READ MORE

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50|50: On Beginnings

You’ve got a great product idea. Your pitch has received positive feedback and your team is dynamic and driven. You have all the tools to bring your business to life. While all equally important, you’re still missing one essential piece. Your story. What makes you, You. How do you ensure that your idea and your brand will be among the 8% of startups that generate attention and actually start.

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Larry On the Loose!

One of our most cherished features here at BoxJelly is our pet friendly environment. People love seeing coworker’s furry friends running around the office. Contrary to typical pet friendly spaces, we don’t just limit our appreciation to dogs. In fact, BoxJelly’s pet is fuzzy rather than furry.

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