Taking orders for next month 

Six Indigenous brands supported for the month of Feb

What was inside for February?

As we moved passed January and what is a high functioning month for our First Nations people, we give time now for reflection and healing. Let's allow the questions and conversations that arose during Survival Day to be processed and move through us.

Wayapa Session with Our Founder, Kayla Cartledge

Wayapa is First Nations mindfulness and meditation. 
Connect with Mother Earth during this ancient Indigenous practice that focuses on Earth, mind, body and spirit as holistic well-being.
Session date tbc for March.

Check Yo’Self Diary - Rad Creativity Diary for Grownups by K.Rae Designs — RRP $34.95

Flick to any of the 66 hand-lettered pages for places to doodle, reflect, tear out quotes and colour in. Each spills with a thought-provoking prompt.

Eucalyptus Smudge Stick by Ochre & Acacia — RRP $9

Eucalyptus and native flower smoke stick ethically crafted with love and intention by a young Koorie woman, on Whadjuk Boodja. Eucalyptus burning is a direct practice of First Nations ancestors, and has been used for thousands of years in ceremony to ground, cleanse, protect and clear spaces of unwanted energies.

February 'Healing and Reflection' booklet

Curated by the Our Dilly Bag team, an information booklet that deep dives into what ancestral practice and healing means, why it is important to cultural heritage and resources to continue the movement of 'Change the Date'.

Our Dilly Bag Tote — RRP $5

This month's Dilly Bag includes a limited edition branded tote! Not currently available for purchase anywhere else.