Do you feel the shift coming on? The sunshine and lightness of summer transitioning into the hustle and bustle of fall? Or maybe your rhythms are the opposite, with the summer rush behind you, leaving you time for your own projects.

Nature has a way of helping our bodies absorb transitions so we are ready for the next phase. Honor your times of change.


The end of the season is a great time to reflect.

As you raise your glass to the last summer sunsets, you will find yourself thinking about how to prepare for the scramble to come. Can you stock up on necessities? Take care of the things you use the most? Set time aside so you aren’t in a panic?

Get a few of those decisions out of the way. Then, sit and take it all in.


“If you prepare yourself at every point as well as you can…you will be able to grasp opportunity for broader experience when it appears.”

– Eleanor Roosevelt


As your customers prepare for the fall season, how can you keep pace with them and their needs—even make them feel you’re reading their minds?