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Fifty is the New Fifty: Syd is featured in the “What I’m Grateful For” Gift Guide

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Unique and meaningful, Syd The Suburban Monk, is the embodiment of joy and mindfulness. Syd is a Buddha-like statuette who reminds us to live, laugh and not take life too seriously. Available in 14 different colors, each comes with a color card that explains the significance of the color, including the corresponding Chakra where appropriate.

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Syd in Livingly’s Guide for Each Zodiac Sign

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Scorpio Syd: Livingly’s Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide for Each Zodiac Sign

Scorpios love to laugh and will always find delight in Syd the Suburban Monk, who was created to spread happiness and laughter in the world. In this fun raspberry hue, Syd represents the heart and is a reminder of pure, powerful love. What could be better than a funny, everyday reminder of that?

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The Suburban Monk : que de l grosse joie!

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Femmes en revue

Since last week, I have a new companion in my office: Syd from The Suburban Monk! I must admit, I was a little skeptical when I was offered to review him. I did not know the company at all, and even if Buddhist philosophy resonates with me, I’m not the type to display Buddhas everywhere. But at the site of The Suburban Monk, I took it on…

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Living Out Loud, Los Angeles

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Endless Smiles with the Suburban Monk

Living Out Loud — Los Angeles

There was a massive golden Laughing Buddha statue in the waiting area of one of my parents’ favorite Chinese restaurants we often frequented when I was a child. My mom said, “Rub his belly for good luck,” and I would do so and giggle. The story of how Ellen Atkins came to create the Suburban Monk is equally full of smiles and statues of monks.

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