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Just In! We are now offering Books!

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Just In! We are now offering Books!

Taking care of ourselves involves more than just eating healthier and watching what we put on our skin, it also means expanding our perceptions! Reading allows for growth in our awareness of the self, knowledge of the world around us, and expands our creativity, so it only makes sense that we expand our product line into the world of literature! What we will carry in our collection is a hodgepodge of books we have had in our own personal library, those that align closely with our values of education and self-love. This can range anywhere from How-To's, relatable fiction, philosophy,...

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Just In! Easter is Here!

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Just In! Easter is Here!

The Easter Bunny just paid us a visit and we are now carrying Spring scents and Bunny soaps to fill your Easter Baskets with a little bit of sunshine. We are currently carrying Lavender, Citrus, Rosemary Mint, and Lemongrass scents. These soaps are great to gift to any age and are so adorable that you won't even want to use them!   

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New Product! California White Sage & Palo Santo!

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New Product! California White Sage & Palo Santo!

We are now offering California White Sage and Palo Santo, which may be found in the Aromatics Collection.  Our Palo Santo is supplied from Nomads and Settlers of whom goes to great lengths to sustainably harvest their products from organic farms and not from habitats where Palo Santo is naturally occurring and endangered. Palo Santo is a wild tree native to Peru and Venezuela. While Palo Santo itself is considered to be the "least of concern" as far as its' endangerment is of concern, the tree species' habitat, tropical dry forests, have been decimated due to deforestation and agriculture. If...

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Aspiration - The Greener Banking Experience

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Aspiration - The Greener Banking Experience

Bank fees suck, let's be honest. I for one have had owed hundreds in overdraft fees because of a subscription that simply refused to disconnect from my bank. Lesson learned an subscriptions aside, I had decided to hunt for a bank that wouldn't punish me for being broke. I needed something that didn't have any fees, obviously no overdraft fees, and a pretty good APR for my money to stew on. I was wary of online banks and worried over the legitimacy of that structure of a financial institution. After all, the online landscape is volatile and subject to hackers...

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Social Media Downsize: Back to Basics

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Social Media Downsize: Back to Basics

Social media can be all-encompassing and even detrimental if we are unable to separate ourselves from it. After much deliberation, we have decided to downsize our social media outlets to just Facebook as that is where we have the most success in reaching out to our customers.  As those of you may have noticed, we have already cut out Twitter as well as Tumblr. This will allow us to focus on what matters, you! We want to form real relationships with real people. We feel that this will give us the opportunity to further invest in our efforts to provide...

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