Sorry doesn’t cut it! Creating opportunities for repair is necessary for deep and meaningful relationships and for the healing needed to recover from damage done.
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Sorry, Not Sorry!
Why silly sorries and sorry, not sorries need to leave your vocabulary for good.
Have you ever realized how much you say the word “sorry” every day? Women tend to say sorry 25% more than men. On average, any given person says sorry 8-10 times per day.
The types of relationships we have with others depends heavily on our ability to communicate with honesty, care, and respect. Even the best relationships can suffer when we misunderstand, unintentionally hurt each other, or don’t realize that we must put effort into “the opportunity for repair.” In using sorry so often, we do two things: 1) we put our discomfort in minor infractions on others, and 2) we lessen the value of these words in times of serious need for them.
Las Vegas Hot Girl Walk!
Just outside of town, beyond the Las Vegas Strip, is an incredible outdoor playground. Red Rock Canyon hosts miles and miles of trails among boulders, rocks, and even the occasional wild burro. When planning your Las Vegas vacation, you should always make some time to get out into nature and witness for yourself the awe-inspiring beauty that surrounds Sin City. What a perfect place to GO ON A HOT GIRL WALK!
Equity & Inclusion
We are committed to cultivating a diverse, inclusive, and accessible community.
We pledge 20% of our event spots for BIPOC women, LGBQT+ folx who identify as female, femme, or non-binary. When you let us know, you also get 20% off your registration.
We are committed to celebrating & promoting diversity in outdoor adventure experiences for historically marginalized communities and providing a safe space for all who roam with us.
What Makes YOU an Expert?
A challenge across all industries and in all professional communities is identifying the “snake oil salesman” from actual, professional experts. Especially in service and care industries, this is an incredibly important discernment we must be able to make because we hold people’s mental and emotional well-being in our hands. There is nothing more frustrating than someone calling themselves an expert with very little evidence that they are, in fact, experts. At a minimum, we can dismiss them. At worst, our lives are horribly impacted by them, and at a risk, we believe them.
Roam Your Soul is Changing the Face of Women’s Retreats – and the Founder has a Whole Team of Experts Behind Her
There is a new kind of women’s retreat in town – adventure, nature, outdoors, and transformational learning while getting to know some amazing women, learn from the experts, and leave feeling whole again.
Heading out into nature?
Heading out on a hike or into nature? Be prepared and know before you go! Take care of the environment and stay safe when exploring and adventuring outside! The 7 principles of leave no trace are basic rules to follow!
Leave Your Phone Alone!
Our “No Phone” policy helps you reconnect to yourself while finding new connections to the world around you. Nowadays, it feels almost impossible to disconnect from technology and the bombardment of information and notifications that come on these handheld devices that never leave our hands. Heading out into backcountry, wilderness, the woods, and nature allowsContinue reading “Leave Your Phone Alone!”
Meet us in Silverton, Colorado!
Join us for a special New Moon Hike Day Trip in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado. Beyond breathtaking views of jagged mountains, we will come together in celebration of sisterhood, feel the powerful energy of the new moon cycle, and experience spiritual transformation together in the wilderness.
Taking Risks Makes a Woman Strong
When I started Roam Your Soul, it was imperative to me to define why this project was so important to me. Why only women? Why outdoors? Why online? Why an adventure format? It all came down to one important factor: As women, taking educated risks that challenge our comfort zones, make us take in aContinue reading “Taking Risks Makes a Woman Strong”