Hey beautiful being,
 
I hope you are well and ready for a beautiful week ahead! I am bringing you another interview episode today – I had the chance to speak to the wonderful Sarah Corbett of Rowan + Sage about her business, strategies, dreams and experiences. It’s been really wonderful to spend some time with someone who has similar passions who also runs two businesses! Here is what we talked about:
 
  • Building small businesses from scratch and picking up skills within employment while we prepare
  • Knowing when you’re ready to take the leap
  • Offering services and the unique challenges of creating a product based business
  • Creating balance and solid structures to avoid financial hick ups
  • Working with plants all day
  • How Sarah found her focus by offering celiac safe, gluten free herbal products
 
Sarah Corbett is a Clinical Herbalist and co-owner of Rowan + Sage, a small-batch apothecary brewing plant potions and other herbal magic in the heart of Atlanta, GA. Sarah’s path as an Herbalist blossomed from experimentation with plants to support her own health challenges, specifically through her experience with Celiac Disease. She is a forever student of the magic of nature & the human body, holding a Bachelors of Science in Psychology with an additional focus on Nutrition, certifications from the College of Purna Yoga, and over seven years of combined self-study and formal education in Herbalism. Through her work with Rowan + Sage, Sarah offers a line of Celiac-safe herbal products made from locally sourced herbs grown in her bioregion and offers one-on-one wellness consultations to help others experience vibrant well-being. You can learn more about her work & herbal line at www.rowanandsage.com or find her on social media (Instagram: @rowanandsage, Facebook: @rowanandsageshop, Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/rowanandsage).
Sarah is also a digital marketing strategist, web developer, and designer behind SC.Digital Studio where she helps other creatives and soul-centered entrepreneurs tell their stories. You can learn more about that aspect of her business at www.s-c.digital.
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