Gina Hope, founder of Global Groove Life, is a traveler at heart! And her first-hand view of the fair trade industry and all the crazy stories of what's needed to successfully launch a family-run company in this space will inspire you.
PURPOSE Jewelry just launched its Spring Line and it’s happy, beautiful, and full of trendy mixed metals! More importantly, this company is on a big mission to fight human trafficking. Read our interview with its team!
Pure Apothecary products are free from the top offenders for health and hormone balance! Instead, it's founder Hannah Roe, scientifically balances organic and natural oils, herbs, butters and essential oils to capture their health benefits and hand makes each product! Read her unique journey and secrets behind the company here.
Ok, raise your hand. How many of you have tossed earrings and necklaces in the trash after they've broken. Most of us. Not Anna Joy of Consider Grace. She actually gets excited about broken jewelry because she's using it to create beautiful new pieces that a) don't end up a landfill and b) help in the fight against sex trafficking!
When we met Madi Williams, her positive spirit and energetic passion for ethical living really inspired us. There's something so cool about seeing how unique each and every one of of our journeys and passions are! If there's a way to challenge yourself and create a conversation around awareness for sustainable, healthy, ethical (SHE) choices, Madi will find it.
There really are so many talented, crazy inspirational people and companies doing amazing things in the world. And we love hearing from the women who have the passion and commitment to do business in this space.
As the economic markets crashed in October of 2008, I stood among broken bones and cracked skulls in Rwanda. I was in a former church turned memorial, where 11,000 people were brutally murdered in only 5 hours during the 1994 Rwandan Genocide.
Here at SHE Changes Everything, one of our favorite things is to connect with so many talented, crazy inspirational people and companies and hear their unique insights on the world and on sustainable, healthy, ethical (SHE) living.
One of the most consistent and intimate routines a woman has is her skin care and makeup. It’s something most of us engage in daily. It is also one of the least regulated areas. Like many areas of our lives, overhauling it to be more #sustainable, #healthy, and #ethical can be a crazy journey.
Women who lock arms with each other and are passionate about using their collective voices for GOOD are our jam. We recently had the honor of interviewing Circle Movement’s three co-founders (and friends) Adelle Laing, Rachel Mills, and Kristy Fox.
When my husband and I were planning our wedding in 2012, we wanted our ceremony to clearly be a testimony of our faith journey, and we wanted our friends and family to have the BEST time at our reception. The idea of considering sustainable or ethical vendors was nowhere to be found on our radar at that point in our lives.
As I began to get to know Emily Sexton, she shared her vision for The Flourish Market, an ethical fashion truck (which she will drive right up to your house so you can try on all the pretty things) and online boutique of over 30 brands. My jaw was on the floor then, and it’s still hanging there now as I watch this thing take off.