@Box_Edge

Thank u for being u! If we haven’t met, read 👉 this

My name is Lisa and I am a life guide. 

My mission is to guide spirited adventurers to their innate edge of living life outside the box.

My vision is to connect adventrurous men and women charged for change to holistic remedies by simplifying the struggles along their instinctual path to a lifestyle synchronous with their deeper purpose. 

“BOX EDGE”IS FOR THOSE LOOKING TO LIVE LIFE OUTSIDE THE BOX AND ON THE EDGE.

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“Happiness is a butterfly, which when pursued, is always just beyond your grasp, but which, if you will sit down quietly, may alight upon you.” -Nathaniel Hawthorne

When I feel intense change happening in my life, I tend to cocoon within myself feeding my soul until I feel renewed to fly free. 
Fun Fact: Butterflies symbolize transformation, cycles, growth, grace, the soul, perspectives, joy, renewal, manifestation, and more.
Are you still the caterpillar? 

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1k IG Giveaway

🥁 1k Giveaway Starts today!
To celebrate an upcoming 1k edgie followers, I’m hosting weekly giveaways to share some of my favorite brands with you!

Throughout this summer, you’ll have a chance to win prizes from up and coming products that embody the mission of my blog which is to empower adventurers to live outside the box and on the edge.

My goal is to create synergy between soul searching students like you and purpose powered products that promote positivity and passion.

Here’s how you can enter each giveaway:
🎁 ❤ & 💬 to enter on IG
🎁 Tag 3 friends 💞 for bonus points
🎁 Follow the brand and @box_edge🤳 for notification of winnings!

What would you like to win?
1) Glass Straw
2) Hanging prayer branch art
3) Healing gemstone bracelet
4) Empowered workout gear
5) Air plant decor
6) Natural deodorant
7) Handpainted art print
8) Fruits and veggies in a capsule
9) Energetic tea
10) Ridiculously motivating deck

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Handstand – Adho Mukha Vrksasana – Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden

“Truth is a point of view, but authenticity can’t be faked.”
– Peter Guber

Authentic effort counts more than careless action.

Think of a time when you received gifts from others. Which gifts stood out to you? Maybe there were a couple of standard go-to gifts that were given to you because it’s what was expected and they obliged politely. But then there was that one gift that made you pause in time and smile with tears building up in your eyes. The value of this gift was probably no more than the other gifts, but the effort and intention behind it were exceptional.

Each day, we are given the gift of life. And each day we have the opportunity to share our gifts by intentionally living authentically rather than carelessly moving through the actions.

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“The length of a man’s outspread arms is equal to his height.” – Leonardo da Vinci

“The length of a man’s outspread arms is equal to his height.”
-Leonardo da Vinci
In order for us to bring our life to new heights, we must open our arms wide to embrace all it has to offer… 
… even if it chest bumps you and slaps your ass like you’re going out on the field
… and even if it beats on your back over and over like an overly excited family member while screaming into your ear unintelligible anecdotes and accolades.
Who opens their arms to you when you’re feeling down?

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Learning Cycles and Styles – KLSI 5.0

Considering I take about 20x more time to write a social media post compared to my friends and tend to over think everything due to my weak gallbladder chi, I feel it’s agreeable that I learn by thinking, analyzing, then reflecting.

According to the KLSI 5.0 quick quiz linked below, I’m a “theorist”.

Theorists like to think through problems in a logical manner.
They value rationality and objectivity, and like to assimilate disparate facts into coherent theories.
They are disciplined, aiming to fit things into a rational order.
They are often keen on basic assumptions, principles, theories, models and systems thinking.

What are you? Take the Quiz on http://www.emtrain.eu/learning-styles/

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