June 8, 2019

Peyton Callahan, Holistic Wellness Mentor and Conscious Coach

Peyton Callahan serves as a holistic wellness mentor and conscious coach guiding women and girls to awaken their wellbeing. Her company holds workshops that teach young girls about their changing bodies and empowers them through knowledge and appreciation of the experience. As a trained Doula, Petyon is one of the most nurturing mother, wife and friend we have ever met. She spreads love and joy wherever she goes. We think she is the epitome of a #BOSSBIRD and want to share a little bit more about her with you! Check out her website for more information. www.peytoncallahan.com

Do you have a favorite RedBird piece that is a go to?

Yes! It was my first purchase when RedBird opened. A flowy, gradient colored dress. I had just moved to Austin from Chicago and wanted a couple new pieces to wear in the Texas heat. I connected with Maureen immediately. I was unsure of the dress and Maureen voiced that it was a classic Austin style and fit my personality. One of Maureen’s many gifts is her ability to capture someone’s essence and use it to complement their style.

Why do you shop at RedBird?

I shop at RedBird because I adore and respect the women who work there. I also prefer to wear unique pieces. Not only do they embrace my personal style but push me to be a little fashion forward. I appreciate how they remember my previous purchases and other clothes they’ve seen me wearing to offer ideas of how to style new pieces with most of my wardrobe. And I really appreciate their honesty in commenting when an outfit is just not flattering.

What is something people would be surprised to know about you?

I drive an old Ford pickup and have yet to lose a watermelon seed-spitting contest.

Do you have a winning party trick?

Winning, no. But I do bust out the splits occasionally.

What is your daily mantra?

Thank you. Thank you for the opportunity to live this day..

What is the best advice you’ve been given?

“This too shall pass.“ All of it. The “good”. The “bad”. So embrace the moment, the experience and learn from it.

How would you like to be remembered?

As a person who was kind and loved others deeply. Someone who reminded others that they are valued and loved.

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