We're hiring part-time sales associates! Dismiss

Select Page
We’re Hiring!

We’re Hiring!

Do you like energy work and crave the companionship of like-minded people? Come work at Crystal Life! We are looking for part-time staff to assist our wonderful customers. Are you service-oriented, community-minded, self-confident, organized, interested in personal...
May 2018 Staff Favorites

May 2018 Staff Favorites

May is firmly set in springtime. A time of blooming abundance, of seeing the fruitions of our labor take form. We honor the nurturing love of our mothers, the accomplishments of our youth in religious ceremony and in educational pomp and circumstance. Simply put, May...
3 Crystals for Moose Totem

3 Crystals for Moose Totem

The Moose is an ancient totem, particularly to some Native American tribes. A predominately solitary creature, he easily assumes a camouflage despite his large size, no matter if he is in water or in a forest. His shapeshifting camouflage energy is often likened to...
December 2017 Staff Favorites

December 2017 Staff Favorites

The holy days of December number in the hundreds. This is a good time to discover and appreciate crystals that help connect you to the energy of the cosmos, the divine, and your own spiritual team. We’ve also chosen stones that connect to the wisdom of your...
05 May Birthstones

05 May Birthstones

May is named after a Greek goddess, Maia, one of the seven Pleiades and mother to Hermes. The Romans associated her with growth and with fertility. May has had six different birthstones over the centuries. While most of know emerald is the modern birthstone,...
When Monsters Call

When Monsters Call

Children who have “imaginary” friends are most likely labeled as inventive, unconventional, and even precocious in today’s society. We’ve come a long way from the days when children and their childhood chums were discouraged and were considered...
Sensory Overload

Sensory Overload

I have a confession to make. I sometimes suffer from sensory overload. There are times it can be a common thing in a household full of indigos and crystals, and even for those who aren’t.  Not such a horrible thing to confess in my opinion. However, it has...
Why Did The Chicken Cross The Road?

Why Did The Chicken Cross The Road?

My father’s family has vacationed on the south shore of a lake in the mitten of Michigan since 1942. One stop that was always mandatory to visit while at the lake was the egg farm. I was always astounded by the amount of chickens, and the process of how...