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Monthly Membership to The Afterglow

The Afterglow is my private publication. Membership gets you access to...

  • Daily movement videos posted "close friends" only on @findyourafterglow Instagram stories
  • Biweekly motivational mailers with exclusive essays  
  • Monthly online courses (get them free and get them first -- before they're available to non-members!)
  • The Afterglow's private publication portal with access to 50 essays, guided meditations, and resources you need to help find your afterglow
  • The members-only library, including the PROS BEFORE BROS audiobook and 15 deleted scenes from Shitshow
  • 20% off all products, like talismanic book pairings

NOTE: Annual subscribers save 15%, as well as a bonus Luxe Afterglow Altar Set ($200 value!) To learn more, click here.

You'll be charged for your first month up front, but can cancel your account at any point. 

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What People Are Saying:

“The Afterglow is one of my small but impactful acts of self care. My membership gives me a sense of community, keeps me accountable, and offers spiritual guidance. Ariel gives her readers inspiring, challenging and thought-provoking essays which often turn the mundane into the magical -- and we could all use a little dose of magic in our lives. ”

Leah M

“As a wellness tool, The Afterglow reminds me daily to practice movement and mindfulness. As a meditation, The Afterglow gets me out of my own narrative and routine to explore new tactics and methods. Whether you are actively inside a Personal Sh!tshow or not, The Afterglow provides thought-provoking and interesting narrative, inspirational devotional movement videos, and transparent, poignant, often snort-through-my-nose-funny essays. Definitely one of my favorite feeds for content in 2020. ”

Beretta Fleur

“Ariel's work has taught me to be kinder and more compassionate; her work introduced me to queer spaces; to worlds and cultures that my crazy-ass Evangelical parents actively prevented me from knowing about. Her work introduced me to the joy and comfort of being radically yourself and radically inclusive.”

R. Rea