hey, i am elsa saks 🤩
ps. my curls are a real deal.
“no story too shameful, no burden too heavy to carry, when you share it with your sisterhood.”
see a piece of my story with powerful stories from other women in a documentary Smoke Sauna Sisterhood. world premier at sundance film festival in january 23, 2023.
in a nutshell
i wake up early,
i sleep about 8-hours.
i work 4-days a week, friday’s off.
i cycle, walk, bus almost everywhere.
i study programming about 15-hours a week.
daily, my dog walks, plays and teaches me many things.
i practice open, honest and vulnerable conversations about life and love with myself, my woman, my friends, my family, my co-workers, and with acquaintances and strangers.
since 2020, many of my decisions are influenced by electromagnetic fields. i use wired connections, not wireless. when i call i use a loud speaker. at nights i turn on red lights.
i always study or practice something. it’s just my nature to live and love and grow because why not?
here are some things enjoy studying:
- emotional and mental health
- body language mysteries
- ethical email marketing
- separation anxiety
in 2021 i got a longboard. i saw this video. out grew a dream for longboard dancing. i have two boards and i am learning.
i only read what i thoroughly enjoy.
if i don’t like it, i drop reading it.
you’re welcome to spy on my Literal account to see what i am currently reading, what i’ve read, and what’s up ahead.
books always in reach:
- Everything is Here to Help You by Matt Kahn
- The Universe Always Has a Plan by Matt Kahn
- Whatever Arises Love That by Matt Kahn
- What Every BODY is Saying by Joe Navarro
here’s a poem i wrote in january 2018.
what comes comes anyways.
why ‘what’ comes is what I need.
when ‘why’ comes is divinely timed in me.
i will become aware of it, to feel it.
i will feel it, to transform it.
i will transform it, to be it.
and i will survived it, to live it.