About SaySoSoul

SaySoSoul is a self-care brand that helps women and teens put self-care at the forefront of their daily lives. Our founder, Atiya Bloom, started in 2018 to help others navigate mental health challenges and live a more empowered life.
Everything you find here was inspired by life, formal training, and lessons learned in therapy.
We're here to transform the way¬†you think about self-care from a ‚Äútreat-yourself‚ÄĚ mentality to an everyday thing. And offer the support you need along the way.¬†Our intentionally curated wellness-events and custom-crafted products help you introduce¬†self-care to your everyday life and unravel limiting mindsets.¬†
You might have seen the Self-Love Affirmation Cards sold at Aerie.com or at woman-owned boutiques worldwide.  

 

Meet Atiya Bloom 

Atiya Bloom Owner of SaySoSoul

Atiya Bloom is the owner, creator, and writer at SaySoSoul and SaySoSoul Room. She first felt inspired to work with personal development practices and spiritual tools when healing her own relationship with depression and anxiety. Since then, she has built 10+ years of experience learning different healing modalities and opening to her innate healing nature. 
 
Atiya aims to help people navigate their own challenges with more ease like she did for herself. She has a gift for holding space for others, and creating safe, secure offerings that support gentle souls.
 
Working with Atiya is both light and empowering, as she invites you to see the influence of your experiences and re-write the narrative to live on your own terms.  
Book a 1:1 Soul Session with Atiya at SaySoSoul Room.
Connect for partnerships, sales, and events at atiya@saysosoul.com

Meet Madison Sinsel

Madi Sinsel 

Madison Sinsel is an artist, illustrator, and designer based in Denver, CO. Madi and Atiya organically connected during a women's ambassador program by Aerie, centered around body positivity and simply being yourself. After years of celebrating each other's journey, it only felt right to team together with the intention to bring something beautifully healing to the world.

Madi graduated from the University of Colorado Boulder's College of Media, Communication, and Information (CMCI) in 2021 with a B.S. in Media Design, as well as a minor in art with a focus on illustration.

She has always been drawn to art that explores human connection in unique and compelling forms. Much of her work is influenced by femininity, nature, and celestial bodies. Line work is a way for her art to flow effortlessly into itself, and she's always loved the simple beauty behind one-line and abstract artworks.