VALERIE MORINI | holistic wellness + sustainable living



Over the last decade and a half, this site has transformed along with me. Beginning as a blog in my early twenties, this site chronicled my musings on life and growth. It was the first space I had to write, and process and share how I was experiencing the world, and how the world was likely also experiencing me.

As the years passed it became a repository for my online resume, businesses, and archived work products that I didn’t have another space to house centrally. I think honestly this space served more of a purpose reminding me of where I had been and what the highlights were more than it really was about broadcasting out to any audience.

Now as I think about this apace I hope it continues to to be a reminder of where I’ve been and what I’ve experienced, but with more of an outward purpose, expanding the safe space to explore, share, and feel through the world, to others who are witnessing their own human experience and looking or needing more connection. The journey can often feel lonely, especially during hard times, but truest antidote is our connection and willingness to share with others experiencing the same vulnerabilities and realities of being human in this world of collective and individual trauma, dark and light, and of course tremendous joy and deep grief. With all that being said, welcome to the site; I hope it’s as open of a space and resource to you as it has and will be for myself; my commitment here is to continue to learn, grow, and iterate as a human, all imperfectly but with beneficial intent. If that sounds affordable to you, please stick around, visit often, and participate when I’m offering programs or opportunities to expand your own toolkit or awareness.

You are the key to your healing, not time. Hurt, trauma and dense conditioning will continue sitting in your mind, impacting your emotions and behavior, until you go inward. What heals is self-love, learning to let go, self-awareness and building new habits.

yung pueblo | intention


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Last year when this site was up for renewal I remember sitting in pause for a moment considering if I should just let it go; it had become stale over time and I questioned if it even served me anymore. I don’t know if it was my perpetual state of nostalgia, or just an incomplete […]

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