Month: June 2021

Effective Planning

When it comes to planning it’s easy to get overwhelmed and manage all the details that go into effective planning. Whether I’m managing a dizzying amount of details or just a handful, my first step is to simplify my approach and document what I know, and get the big pieces of the puzzle in place. …

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Welcome To The Blog!

In this issue I share one of my go to resources which highlights some exciting trends in sustainable apparel. Imran Amed, founder of The Business of Fashion said that, “sustainability will be accelerated the same way working from home has been, and is now the new norm.” It’s nice to see that statement is holding true …

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Support Small business & Spend Money In Your Community

Neighborhood Retailers: Be Public about it Don’t make your customers search for your values or services. Use this time to deepen your ties to the community. Provide a means for therapeutic and compassionate consumption.   Have you stepped up your digital presence or added a new service or product offering.  More Reasons To Shop •    Individual/private …

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Made in the USA Doesn’t Equate to Ethically Made

Sadly, domestic sweatshops exist and typical violations include paying employees substandard wages and working extended hours. Many of these work 10-12 hour days, seven days a week, with no overtime pay. In fact, LA & NYC are the sweatshop capitals of the U.S.A. Click the link below for a list of SWEATFREE communities. https://laborrights.org/our-work/sfc The …

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