The Garden of Eatin

Who Says We can't build our own city?

A Safe Place for Women

Join us! We are on a mission to create The Garden of Eatin – the first city built by, run by, and exclusively for women. We believe women need somewhere to get away from this crooked and overpriced “Man’s World” and enjoy life with good food and activities in a community that promotes healing and peace.


We will grow and raise organic food here in the Garden. Working with nature is highly therapeutic. Imagine cutting flowers, picking berries, milking cows, and stomping the grapes for your own cocktails. The healthy food, grounding experiences, and Vitamin D will be highly beneficial to those in need of stress relief.


In our city, self-care will be a mandatory priority. We will build an immersive spa that offers facials, haircuts and styling, a makeup & glam salon, a high-quality massage parlor, saunas, steam rooms, swimming pools, and every service you can think of to restore our natural beauty. Experienced personal trainers, therapists, and yogis will be recruited to lead exercise, mental health, and meditation classes.


Our mission is only complete with a staff of professional childcare givers who will diligently watch your children, teach them unique skills, and take them on fun adventures around the Garden. A mama can never truly relax until she knows her children are safe. Our plan includes a world-class daycare center so you can feel confident knowing your children are living their best lives, too.




Don't You Need a Break?

Women’s anxiety & depression rates are higher than ever.

A breadth of research has repeatedly proven that women’s mental health is in a dangerously sad state. Effective, natural cures have been discovered, but your doctor won’t tell you about those…

Social relationships and mortality risk: a meta-analytic review (2010)
This study, published in PLOS Medicine, examined the impact of social relationships on mortality and found that stronger social ties were associated with a reduced risk of premature death.

Community Gardening: Stress, Well-Being, and Resilience Potentials (2020)
Research in the Journal of Health Psychology suggests that gardening can have positive effects on mood and reduce symptoms of depression.

Nature-based outdoor activities for mental and physical health: Systematic review and meta-analysis (2021)
A study published in the Journal of Affective Disorders found that spending time in natural environments, such as parks or forests, is associated with lower levels of depression and anxiety.

Prevalence of Depression Among Adults Aged 20 and Over: United States, 2013–2016 (2018)
This shows data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. It analyzed depression prevalence among U.S. adults aged 20 and over during 2013–2016, revealing a clear pattern: women experience depression at roughly twice the rate of men.

The Efficacy of Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy in Recurrent Depression: A Meta-Analysis (2019)
This meta-analysis examined the effectiveness of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) in preventing relapse among individuals with recurrent depression.

You Deserve to be set free

If We Heal, The World Will

Y'all Come and Eat

It is our endeavor to provide the women in the Garden with the largest variety of delicious, fully organic cuisines found anywhere in the world. 

Of course you should Have your cake,
and eat it too! 

What good is a cake if you can’t eat it???? 🤔

We want you to have an opportunity to try everything.

The Physical Health Plan, for you

Maybe your body would flourish with calisthenics. Want to try a raw food diet without breaking the bank? Your ideal combo might be kickboxing and keto, or it might be hot yoga and the Mediterranean diet. Whether you’re called to ballet, weightlifting, or tai chi, veganism, paleo, or intermittent fasting, we want to provide all the resources you need to achieve your physical health goals in the Garden.

The mental Health Plan, for you

Where else do you have an opportunity to test all the forms of therapy until you find one that works? Have you ever heard of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Psychodynamic Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, or Exposure Therapy? Those who have PTSD may benefit from Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. You should have a chance to try any and every mental health program that might benefit you – Art Therapy, Aromatherapy, Animal-Assisted Therapy, Music Therapy, Adventure Therapy, Horticultural Therapy, and even Laughter Yoga.

The Spiritual Health Plan, for you

Connecting with your spiritual self can extend your results far beyond the confines of the Garden. Learn systems for journaling, no BS manifestation techniques, and mindfulness meditation. Get together with a group of women who share your beliefs to study scripture or befriend someone from a different culture and comparatively discuss your views or religions. Do daily gratitude practice, prayer, breathwork, Ecstatic Dances, or cleanse your soul with a swim – whatever appeals to you.

Grab a Slice of Paradise

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