The Indie Release (May)

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Hi Friends and Members,

We've got your workspace sorted (and if we haven't come by for a tour and we can chat).

Now let's figure out those other parts of your life.

For those of you who need help with the technical aspects of your business: we're hosting an iPhone photography workshop with Suzanne Christine (for all those visual assets you now have to get out). This week we also have Office Hours on crafting your story with Jacent Jackson (for the business message to tie it all together).

For those who are in transition: we have an evening with SF-based coach Emily Mitnick on finding out what your values actually are and how to then live them. We'll be taking on divorce recovery with member Dr. Andra Brosh, particularly how to have a positive relationship with this rite of passage. And we're going to be focusing on how to make decisions according to your personal priorities with writer and astrologer Sarah Fontaine.

For the creatively inclined: we have Chronicle Editor Christina Amini giving us all a much-needed pep talk on how to build and sustain creative relationshipsBlue October's Justin Furstenfeld will show us how to live over a morning acoustic performance. And we have our monthly Culture Cluband Craft Loves Company evenings to spark conversation and making.

For the social, there's our Trivia Night and Farmers Market to Alley Table events co-hosted with Jane Brooks of The Find.

For our Members, we have Pause, our new monthly potluck lunch, Wine Down, our way of making the transition from weekday to weekend and our simply named Hello, a coffee morning to welcome you to The Indie Alley family.

And lastly for those who want to make a difference: we have a Cabi pop-up boutique and fundraiser for women who are escaping domestic violence. 

Choose one, or more of the above, and build your own curriculum, practice or journey through our program. And if there's something you are interested in learning or exploring that you are not seeing here, let us know.
 
See you soon.

Claire Fitzsimmons