So, where have we been before? - Yep! You are not mistaken! - That's Tuscany!!
Caprese Michelangelo, Tuscany - photo by Roger Taylor WILD THINGS 2017!
WHAT WOMEN TOOK AWAY FROM THE FIRST AND SECOND GATHERINGS Real Words From Real Wild Things
"Meeting such an incredible group of women at the 1st Wild Things retreat felt like I had found my tribe. I felt supported, seen, heard. It was like a safe little den where our baby Wolf cub souls were nurtured, stimulated, and supported by our Mama Wolf! Exploring my wild thing self, I was able to envision my future self evolving. It set me on a new pathtowards my true self."
"Last year's Wild Thing Retreat literally changed my life. I can't wait to see what happens this year!" Abbegail Eason
"I think the most important thing I learned was how valuable it is to step away from my daily routine in order to recognize how chaotic and stressed my life can become. I cherish the opportunity the Wild Things gathering gave me to purposefully explore my beliefs, my thoughts, my feelings and my heart's desires to see if they were congruent the life I was living. I learned that strangers could become friends in the blink of an eye. I learned that once I disclosed and 'named' my heart's desires to this wonderful group of women my desires became objectives that have guided me forward. The positive power of the group gave my desires wings to soar and I'm much happier for it. I can't wait to treat myself to the luxury of another Wild Things Retreat!!" Therese Boucher
"Sometimes in the past, I set personal goals based on what society thinks should be done without realizing that was what I was doing. The Wild Things gathering opened my eyes to knowing the difference between what I truly want my life to be and what others say it should be. It was very empowering to know there were other women out there in the world struggling through the same journey." Sherri Weber
"For me, the Wild Thing Retreat was about connecting with our collective intuition as women, discovering our own wisdom and story in a beautiful and nurturing environment, and returning home, feeling confident and empowered in my life."
So now, the only question remains: Are YOU a WILD THING?