Yasmine Cheyenne

The Sugar Jar

Create Boundaries, Embrace Self-Healing, and Enjoy the Sweet Things in Life
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About the book

So many of us feel the exhaustion of performing for
others as we walk through life. We feel the pull to be “the strong one” in hard moments, and we all experience roadblocks to truly setting healthy
boundaries for ourselves. Yasmine uses her signature metaphor of
"The Sugar Jar”—in which we are the jar and the sugar is our energy, and she teaches us how to maintain a healthy lid, or boundary— as a tool for helping us protect our energy and identify patterns in what depletes and what restores us.

Warm, vulnerable, and illuminating, The Sugar
Jar shows that through little adjustments to
nurture our energy, we can create more balance and healing in our lives.


" If you are looking for a healing balm and a catalyst for personal transformation, Yasmine wrote this book for you"

New York Times Best-Selling Author, Cleo Wade

Yasmine Cheyenne is the sister-friend we all need. This book is soaked with life-shifting ideas that feel not only powerful but doable. If you are looking for a healing balm and a catalyst for personal transformation, Ms. Cheyenne wrote this book for you. Buy two copies, one for yourself and one for someone you love.


"Yasmine Cheyenne's insight is grounded in discovering healthy coping mechanisms and wellness tools that can restore your personhood."

Author & Founder of Well-Read Black Girl, Glory Edim

The Sugar Jar is a sweet reminder of why we need to implement a self-healing practice in our daily lives. Yasmine Cheyenne’s insight is grounded in discovering healthy coping mechanisms and wellness tools that can restore your personhood. Cheyenne is what we need in the world – someone who is kind, open-hearted, and willing to guide you through the most tender, vulnerable parts of your life. This book is a gentle exploration of what it means to be your best self.


Melissa Wood-Tepperberg,
Founder of MWH

Yasmine’s words have a way of cracking you and your heart wide open. She helps you see things within that you may not have been able to see in the past. She shares the power of possibilities through your choices… how it all becomes possible when you get crystal clear with your desires and align your actions to support the things that you would like to embody in your life. The Sugar Jar is one of those books that has the power to change your life, the way you see the world, and the way you see yourself.

Chloe Dulce Louvouezo Author + Podcast:
Life, I swear

Yasmine has a distinctive ability to make healing accessible to anyone seeking tools and a framework to propel their healing and transformation. In The Sugar Jar, she takes us on a tour of her own honesty, offering a transparent window into her personal revelations that so many of us can relate to and learn from. This book makes some of the hardest aspects of healing feel manageable, empowering, and sustainable with the guidance and assurance Yasmine provides. The Sugar Jar is sure to be a resource readers will turn to time and time again.

Lalah Delia, Spiritual Writer and Educator, and Author of Vibrate Higher Daily: Live Your Power

In The Sugar Jar, Yasmine warmly navigates you through various slippery slopes of disempowerment to seize control of your personal energy, power, and sense of inner balance.

New York Times Best-Selling Author of Me and White Supremacy, Layla Saad

Yasmine Cheyenne’s work offers that beautiful sweet spot of soulful wisdom meets everyday practicality. In a world where so many of us are searching for tools to do our inner work of healing and reclamation, Yasmine offers advice, practices, and rituals that are approachable yet deeply meaningful. With calm and compassionate power, she is helping us to find our way back home – back to our own selves.

Barb Schmidt + Michelle Maros, Peaceful Mind Peaceful Life

The Sugar Jar is a practical guidebook on how to approach personal growth and healing with more kindness, ease, and grace. Yasmine offers stories, metaphors, and reflection questions to help you live with more clarity, confidence, and courage. This is the perfect read for anyone who is looking to build an authentic and unapologetic life.

Alexandra Elle, author of After the Rain and How We Heal

Yasmine has written the book we all need. If you’re looking for ways to fill yourself up, set boundaries, and create ease in your life, read this.

Sara Kuburic, Therapist, Writer, USA TODAY Columnist

Yasmine’s writing is heartfelt, cozy, and honest. Each word fills the reader with as much sweetness, as the title itself! Her perspective is powerful – each chapter a practical and gentle guide for choosing ourselves and living the life we want!