Named one of the “12 Newsletters Actually Worth Opening” by Zoella and described by readers as “a bubbly, confident, wise, kind older sister,” Monday Vibes is a personal growth newsletter that brings a cozy, slumber-party feel to some of life’s hardest challenges.
We cover topics ranging from spirituality and mental health to career and relationships.
Each newsletter issue is a potent blend of the founder, Elizabeth’s, three areas of expertise:
Psychology (MA from Columbia University)
Wellness (certified life coach and yoga teacher)
Business (former Silicon Valley career)
Along with her three greatest loves:
Celebrating Asian joy
Slumber party vibes
As a Monday Vibes subscriber, you'll have access to a number of exclusive bonuses including:
Features of our fave brands by AAPI women/non-binary folx
#Realtalk musings, insights, and community shares
Access to all past Monday Vibes issues, the community Jam It Out with Elizabeth Spotify playlist, and much more!
Bringing together thousands from around the world, Monday Vibes is a safe and inclusive community to explore all of the wonderful and messy parts about being human. Whether you are a lover of personal growth, craving a dose of self-care, or simply want to start your month off on a positive note, Monday Vibes will help you chart your own path to happiness and make sure you don’t forget to put yourself on your to-do list.
Hi! I'm Elizabeth. I’m the author & creator of The Adventure Tarot, a road trip-inspired deck about self-discovery and belonging, and founder of the popular newsletter Monday Vibes, named one of the "12 Newsletters Actually Worth Opening" by Zoella. I'm on a mission to uplift AAPI voices and change the narrative of what women have been told about success and happiness.
I left a six-figure salary at a hot Silicon Valley start-up because I realized I was trying to win a game I didn’t want to play. I have since dedicated my career to empowering women, teaching about emotional and spiritual wellness and changing the rules of the game.
Represented by: Margaret Danko at Highline Literary Agency