With 2015 right around the corner, we've got a fresh new year at our fingertips... Can you believe it?
The very thought of this might be overwhelming to some, but I just love finding inspiration amidst the extra space of a blank page. ;)
Whenever I think about future plans for Pepperologie, I'm instantly reminded of the original vision:
One of our core components was to create a space where women could form meaningful relationships with like-minded friends.
I'm proud to say that our events across the US have been fruitful to that effect, but as our online family has continued to flourish over the past year -- the face-to-face component began to take a bit of a backseat.
The new project that I'm announcing today is focused on getting back to our real-life roots, and selfishly...
I've decided that 2015 is the year where I'm going to hug as many of you as humanly possible. :)
What does this look like exactly? (So glad you asked!)
Launching our regular PEPPERbrunch series is going to be the very next step, and I'd love to invite you to the very first one on January 4th in NYC! (Oh, and it's FREE!)
*Not located nearby? Skip ahead to read about bringing PEPPERbrunch to your city.*
These monthly meet-ups will each feature a different theme, along with dynamic experts, special goodies & most of all -- A place to connect with new friends over what it means to pursue the best possible version of yourself.
Think of them as bite-sized versions of the original workshops where it all began!
If you're located near NYC: Please come help us kick-off the year, and I'd love to have you be a part of how Pepperologie continues to grow during 2015.
Not close enough to join us in a few weeks? Respond to this message if you'd like to help coordinate a brunch in your city, and we'd love your help in taking this show on the road!
Stay tuned for yet another fun announcement coming before the end of this year, and I promise that the next one is something for the Pepper Girls all over the world. ;)
Sending Sugar-Plum Sparkle Your Way,
XOXO - Jessie Pepper
Ps. - Have you gotten a chance to read my thoughts on "giving presence" during a month filled with so much shopping and spending and stuff? We're definitely not skipping the gifts or tinselaltogether, but focusing on the moments more than the to-do list has already made for a much more meaningful season.