Just think of it like a virtual coffee date with a close friend.
Tendril Wild is a haven in the making—a safe space, a close-knit, warm, and open-minded community of young women talking through popular concerns affecting us in our current society, helping each other work through a variety of issues, from the potentially embarrassing to the beautifully liberating.
You’re going to love this community if you…
…are looking for a place where you feel more connection.
…need consistent support and encouragement from others who care about your mindset and success.
…crave realness in a “fake” society.
…just love a good story or laugh.
Want a sample first?
Peep some of these past monthly emails from the Tendril Wild newsletter:
[June 2017] Slaying our goals instead of procrastinating
[May 2017] Updating the Tendril Wild website
[April 2017] Worrying about others’ opinions of us
[March 2017] Having faith in ourselves to accomplish our goals
[February 2017] Maintaing healthy relationships
[January 2017] Creating New Year’s habits
[December 2016] Creating our own happiness
[November 2016] Embracing the introvert’s secret super power
[October 2016] Feeding our fears
[September 2016] Letting go of perfectionism in a highly “curated” world
[August 2016] Overcoming daily negative emotions
What Others Have Said
I decided to sign up to the newsletter only because the webpage [Tendril Wild] itself is just amazing. I really enjoy going through it, and at the same time, you can relate to every single word Bria shares with everyone. I also really like how she takes the time to reply to my emails and just have a nice chat as if we are friends. I absolutely love it!!
— Tania @tani_alee
I always look forward to Bria’s emails. Reading her thoughts and musings seems so familiar, like she totally understands my struggle as a sensitive soul. It’s like a breath of fresh air to get a newsletter that’s both authentic and motivational!
— Kleneice @humbleandwhole
I recently signed up for the Tendril Wild newsletter and it was a good choice. The very first one was sent out on Saturday and it was exactly what I needed. #ThisInspiresMe
— Sam @sixandthirtydesign
“One of the most sincere forms of respect is actually listening to what another has to say.”