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Everyday Haiku

Everyday Haiku helps you step into the stillness of your mind through mindfulness practices that include workshops, design, home decor, meditation and books.

The Season of Giving
Valid November 25, 2020 - December 25, 2020

A beautifully crafted package of reflection will help you slow down during the holiday season. Since this Holiday Season is different and challenging for obvious reasons, I wanted to create an offering that is special and unique. If you or a loved one is feeling isolated or struggling during the holidays, this is a way to ease into the season that is not only healing and nurturing, but provides inspiration, creativity and the opportunity to try new things. Gift it to yourself or gift to those would could use a little lift during this time.

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The founder of Everyday Haiku is Anne Dunnett. Anne is a haiku poet and visual designer based on Vancouver Island. Anne’s experience from writing haiku has lead her to believe that haiku is a powerful tool for mindfulness that can provide healing as a daily stress reliever. Her purpose and passion is showing others how the philosophy of haiku can offer a new way of looking at life, especially during these challenging times. Her haiku poetry has won honourable mentions and has been critiqued and reviewed by some of the best – and best known – haiku poets in Canada and the United States. Some of her haiku has been featured in haiku anthologies. She recently self published her first book, The Mindful Poet – Celebrating a Year of Haiku based on her weekly newsletter. She has a love for design, simplicity, nature, mindfulness and is thrilled to offer her clients and followers a less is more approach to life.

Everyday Haiku offers include:

• Workshops
• Graphic Design Projects
• Home Decor
• Courses
• Books
• Meditations

We respectfully acknowledge our place of work is within the ancestral, traditional and unceded territories of the Xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) and səl̓ilwətaʔɬ/sel̓ílwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) and that we serve the Peoples of the many Nations throughout British Columbia.