Coddiwomple: (Old English Slang)
To travel with purposeful manner toward an, “as of yet,” unknown destination.
We prompt CURIOSITY...helping women live in FULL color vs. feel invisible, especially in times of change. How? Through our vibrant journals, Cue Cards, Pause Parties, and play kits. Because all of us, no matter age, are Queens, brave enough to discover the wisdom within our own hearts.
Through experience as fellow humans, we know the world can feel like a crazy place, scary, beautiful, boring, daunting and a place where what we thought was up, is now down often brought on by…unexpected change.
Who We Are
While there's necessary and important places for advice, coaching, and logistics, where do we go, in between, when we just need a chance to be CURIOUS? A chance for uncontrollable laughter at the pure surreal-ness of existing on this crazy planet we call home. Like a warm cup of tea, much needed joke or butterfly on the shoulder, Coddiwomple Queen products simply, prompt CURIOSITY... creating meaningful connections with ourselves, others and life, through our interactive journals and Coddi Cues, Pause Parties and play kits. Because at Coddiwomple Queen, we believe, all of us, no matter age, are queens brave enough to discover the wisdom within our own hearts. Sometimes, we just need a boost along the way!
A sudden case of tunnel vision, need to hide under the covers, or bout of uncontrollable hiccups may appear as we fret over our next move.
She's passionate about the intersection within real life, humor, and awareness to provide space to be curious again — especially in times of change so even if we don’t know where we’re going next, we can do it with intention.
In these moments, it’s not more advice that helps; it’s more wonder. A bit of magic really to keep ourselves open, engaged and able to feel the brave creatures we already are who just need a little space to catch our breath. May this little extra hmm…(thoughts) to ponder, help you on your path, wherever that may be.
Queen Pause Party
Throw your own Queen Pause Party, providing space and play for you and your friends to catch your breaths and become more curious and aware.
Overheard at a Queen Pause Party...
“It was amazing. Helped me to connect to my heart and my creativity. It was energizing and uplifting. I felt safe and supported and free to be real and authentic and explore challenging experiences. It helped me to heal some old wounds that I previously did not have the emotional strength to address. It was fun and transformative. Lisa has a true gift of connecting with people and inspiring them to become their best selves.”
Norah F, Architect
“Lisa's Play Party was fabulous! I took part with approximately 8 other women from all walks of life, most of whom I didn't know. She sets a welcoming, "let down your guard," space for women to be playful, grounded and comfortable in their own skin. She helped women discuss serious aspects of life through the lens of play. We kindled our imaginations through guided role playing with Barbies, funny face masks, sensory experiences, and art activities. This was a one-of-a-kind evening that I thoroughly enjoyed and would definitely do again!
Suzanne L, Entrepreneur
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