Sora Garrett

"It's time to stop searching ... and simply START shining"


READ how being a highly sensitive & creative humanitarian has informed my work… 

Do you ever wonder what you could be doing to create a better world…without exhausting yourself in the process?

Would you love to have more time in your calendar, more meaning in your life…less clutter in your closets?

As a highly creative, sensitive (& organized) person, I’ve cultivated a life of spacious, generous flow.

Let me help you create more spacious flow in your life, too.

Simple?  Not always, but as we live with our hearts wide open, our days free of excess clutter, something magical happens.

We begin to SHINE as a solution for whatever is in front of us.

You have everything you need. The world needs what you have. Maybe it’s time to clear the distractions so you can be even more clear with your giving.

Which may start with embracing your personal style…

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 Create a miracle with me…

This is a philanthropy playground where a portion of everything I receive
through my programs goes to support grassroots change.

This is how we become a miracle for our world.
One small act of generosity at a time.

 Find my list of current projects HERE

Thank you for BEING (and being here).
I look forward to connecting!

Harvesting Autumn Colors

Tamaracks & golden trees,
The fire-like glory of autumn leaves.

Purple grapes, apples red & gold,
pumpkin patches, sunflowers so bold…

Misty morning skies turning brilliant blue.
Rainbows reflecting such glorious hues.

Cherish Your Moments

A perfect rose, captured
in one simple moment of awe.

You may see the beauty of a rose.

What I remember is this: my growing-up grandson, strolling through the rose garden, his legs now longer than mine. His sweet smile, given & received. Joy that lingers. Love that blooms.

One simple moment, exquisite
as a perfect yellow rose.

Be Still and Flow

It may not make sense to talk about stillness and flow in the same breath, since flow means to move along in a steady stream, and stillness means to abstain from motion.

Is it even possible to move at a constant pace, or to stay perfectly still? Likely not, if you’re alive.

Let’s Hygge the World

Perhaps it’s my Scandinavian roots, or that my body has required extra care this year after meeting a hard patch of ice while gliding down the slopes of our local ski hill. Or it could be that the world seems to need extra comfort and joy after one of the most difficult years most of us can remember having…ever.

Whatever the reason, hygge is still on my mind

Get Happy with Hygge

A New Year is here, a New Dawn is blooming, and it feels like I should be writing something profound and significant. But after so many inspiring words given during the powerful inaugural speeches, what I really want to ask you is this:

Are you making time to hygge your life?

Let Yourself Grieve

This year has taken its toll on even the most positive minds. Whether or not we’ve been directly touched by COVID or politics or natural disasters or global warming, we are each impacted by the waves of loss, the tides of sorrow, the ripples of change.

Pass the Gratitude, please

How many ways can I be grateful? Plenty. Even during a month and year that will go down in history as one of the most difficult & divisive for our nation and world.

LOVE: a United State

As we move into the final weeks before an election that has no possibility of uniting a divided nation, where in the world do we turn?

How did we even get here, this place where fear and anger are clogging the media, where good people are beginning to give up on living in a nation, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all?

3 Essential Questions

I’m writing this on a day that serves as a reminder that life can be fleeting and what-matters can shift in a moment.

Not that we need the reminder this year, when the whole world is getting a wake up call to tune into the essential. Still, some things bear repeating.

Grow a Simple Life

It takes intention & persistence to focus on the beautiful and the good, and to grow a simple life in a world that seems to be only getting more complex. It isn’t simple to stay simple,

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