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Curator Spotlight: Christy

Curator Spotlight: Christy

If you want the definition of hitting the ground running, Christy is your gal. Her enthusiasm for Fair Trade is nothing short of contagious and we could not wait to introduce her to our community. Christy joined I Thought of You because she enjoys working on side projects with a greater purpose, but she was also looking to earn a few hundred dollars extra per month for things like vacations and little extras for herself. “I found I Thought of You and completely fell in love with the company and the collection. I knew I had to be a part of it!” Now that her Instagram following is growing, she’s set a goal to continue growing her small business far...

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30 Days of Gratitude

Earlier this year, I logged one thing I was grateful for each day. I think of myself as a pretty positive person, but that’s easier said than done on really trying days. Sometimes the things that bring the most stress also bring the most joy. Hiding or shaming our negative emotions isn’t healthy, emotions in the “sad” category should expressed and explored and not immediately suppressed. But, recognizing that there is some good in every day, can help you be grateful for the life you have and give you a reason to search out the positive, even when it might be a little tough to come by.   Below are my gratitude observations each day: Day 1: This morning’s hot...

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The Impact Movement

Unless you’ve just begun following us, you’re probably well aware of our mission to spread hope in developing countries by offering employment opportunities to underserved communities. (And if you are new to us, welcome!) Nearly every Fair Trade brand embraces this model, so we wanted to break it down and help our customers truly understand it.This is a unique way of doing business that shows how a broad impact can be made without simply donating to a charity. The opportunities provided to these groups help them rise above their situations and give them the tools and experience to continue growing their potential. When you help one woman rise above poverty, she takes an average of 4-6 people with her and...

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What is Imposter Syndrome?

It’s a very real thing, and chances are you know someone affected by it. Imposter Syndrome is the inability to realize that accomplishments have been earned by your own hard work and often leads to the feeling of being a “fraud”. Even evidence of these accomplishments isn’t enough to sway this notion (most common among women), and is often explained as luck, timing, deception because they don’t deserve the success.If this is something that you’ve experienced, you’re in good company. Incredibly successful women (like Maya Angelou, Tina Fey, and Natalie Portman) have all experienced this. Stepping outside your comfort zone can be exhilarating, help you learn a new skill, and push you in ways you haven’t yet discovered. There’s nothing...

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Curator Spotlight: Katie

Curator Spotlight: Katie

Katie joined our team just about a month ago and we’ve been so impressed with the immediate impact she has already created. She has truly hit the ground running and we couldn’t be more thrilled to watch her grow with us. “I had been searching for a company that I can be proud to be a part of. Selling these gorgeous pieces and contributing to the mission of the company is a win-win.” Her favorite part about being a Curator is doing good and spreading hope and light into the world. And of course, wearing the amazingly crafted pieces everyday is pretty great too! “The three core principles of the company; be supportive, be fair, be thoughtful, ring true to...

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