New Journal Provides Access to Anchored Living




Anchors & Adventures is a women-owned wellness company created to help women find the daily anchors they need to have in place so they can free up time to start living their adventures. Co-founders Marietta Goldman and Ginger O’Neil have written a new book, Positively Intentional: A Journal for Rocking the Anchored Living Lifestyle.

        Anchored Living is all about being intentional in the key areas of self-care (nutrition, energy, sleep and stress), self-acceptance (movement, mindfulness, positivity and gratitude) and self-expression (service, spirituality, community and connection). The Positively Intentional journal provides self-discovery activities to help get in touch with oneself and what we truly value, along with tips for setting weekly intentions and daily anchors to take us from where we are to where we want to be.

The book will be available at the end of March; pre-orders available at AnchorsAndAdventures.com. For more information, email Connect@AnchorsAndAdventures.com.

 

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