Men Explain Things to Me by Rebecca
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Historian, author, and activist, Rebecca Solnit, takes on Mansplaining in the pointed and comical essay. We would explain what it's about, but given the topic we'll let you read it yourself.
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We're fangirling over Nexus and her nail elixirs from 25th & June. "I've always had big hair, a big heart, and big ideas. So when I started 25th & June Nail Elixir on my bedroom floor, I did it with nothing but a passion for all-things-pretty, my pure obsession with nail polish, and a desire to create something bigger than myself."
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At Indigo Pony, Sheena creates handmade, minimalist jewelry. She ensures all of their materials are locally sourced, including precious stones and metals with a mission to provide stylish and affordable jewelry to strong, independent women that want to slay every day.
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The phrase Night Time Holiday started out as a joke between Brooke and her friends as they dreamed of a time independent from parents and bus schedules.
As Brooke grew older she decided to start a jewelry business to showcase the fun side of accessories and the name Night Time Holiday stuck. She started selling pieces on Etsy and now has a brick and mortar store that ships worldwide. #goals
After traveling for two years, Jean and Kevin found themselves frustrated with the options for sustainable, portable water bottles. Inspired, they spent several months of prototyping and development until Que, a collapsible and fashionable water bottle, was born.
13K supporters on Kickstarter later, they funded the manufacturing, and since then, their unique design and philosophy has been not only featured but praised by The Museum of Modern Art, The de Young, and The Smithsonian Museum.
As part of their mission, Que donates a portion of their sales to non-profits in order to make a direct impact in the fight to protect our planet and natural resources.
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Meet green thumb goddess Eliza. She created the The Sill to help bridge the gap between plants and people.
The Sill's goal is to make the experience of being a plant parent as wonderful as the plants themselves. Each plant is delivered with simple care instructions, a money-back guarantee, and a team of experts to answer all of your questions.
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Meet Aubrey, the lady boss behind Wholesome Culture. Her journey is full of twists and turns. She first set out to create a plant based protein to help more people adopt a plant based lifestyle and to fund the project, she launched a clothing line. The rest, as they say, is history. Now she’s raising awareness on a global scale with her clever sayings and ethical production.
15% of profits go back to animal rescue organizations