Don't let summer lovin' happen so fast. Instead, spend your days in endless fields at Garden Sweet in Colorado. With lush fruit, vibrant flowers, and home-grown veggies, this is one garden you'll want to visit.\nAbout 65-miles from Denver, Garden Sweet, is a sustainable farm in Fort Collins, Colorado.\nFrom July - September, you and your friends can hit the road and take a trip to the farm to pick your own flowers. With seasonal blooms and rows upon rows of buds, it's the best way to get your garden fix.\nFor a $5 entry fee, you'll get access to vibrant, bountiful fields where you can fill up a cup or bucket with fresh flowers.\nBouquet cups are $10, or if you're hungry for all of the blooms, opt to fill up an entire bucket for $30. We be-leaf that any choice is the right one.\nWhile you're there, you can also pick out your own produce. Berry pickin' is through June - September and includes a variety of fresh strawberries and raspberries. It's berry cool.\nView this post on Instagram CHANGES. I’ve been making a lot of changes in my business. Changes to commit to inclusivity. Changes to commit to fun. Changes to commit to making my business everything I have wanted and more. You may be thinking what the hell do inclusive copy and inner child work have to do with each other? Have you ever watched children interact with one another? Do you notice how kind they are? How well they interact? How they are inclusive without batting an eye? Most of the behaviors, beliefs, and ideals we embody now were conditioned into our being as children. We learned growing up to turn our backs to inclusivity. To say no to love. To look at people who are different than us as “other” or bad. When you’re a kid you can be whoever you want to be. Love whoever you want to love. Make friends with whoever you want. And it’s only when an adult or authority figure steps in and tells you that you are wrong, that this changes. Inclusive copy is about the language we use, the way we talk to our audience, the way we phrase our offers, the way we acknowledge our privilege and use it for good. But it is also about healing the inner child, nurturing ourselves, unlearning the beliefs that we forced upon us, and committing to further work ie. Anti-racism work, privilege work, etc. My business is changing and I am THRILLED to announce that this will all be embodied in my membership program. It is a 90 day intensive to relearn, unlearn, and commit to being better business owners. If you are ready to take the plunge into inclusive copy, into healing your inner child to speak your truth, and into creating copy that makes your heart sing-- send me a DM. This is for you. I am holding space for you. A post shared by Inner Child Healer | Mentor (@meggarciajahrman) on Nov 7, 2019 at 3:01pm PST\nFlower pickin' season will be open for members and non-members Tuesday - Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.\nAnd if you're not up for finding your own blooms, no fret. You can purchase pre-arranged bouquets that are freshly cut.\nView this post on Instagram 🌼 I’ve always liked flowers 🌼 A post shared by 𝓜𝓪𝓻𝓵𝓼 ♥ (@marley_champion) on Aug 7, 2019 at 3:47pm PDT\nSunflowers, dahlias, and daisies are some of the many blooms you can pick.\nIt's the perfect place to take your friends for a BFF getaway or if you need some R&R in nature.\nView this post on Instagram My berry best friends A post shared by Kailey Petro (@kaileypetro) on Sep 27, 2018 at 8:06pm PDT\nCelebrate the beginning of summer by stopping and smelling the roses literally. Sunflower season is almost upon us, and we couldn't be more excited.\nGarden Sweet Flower Picking\nPrice: $5 entry per person\nWhen: July - September 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.\nAddress: 719 W. Willox Ln., Fort Collins, CO\nWhy you need to go: You can pick your own flowers and take a bouquet home.\nWebsite\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.