I thought the COKANNA Virtual Coffee Shop would be a temporary thing and here we are 1 year later and still going strong.
The transition from winter to spring is a welcome one especially here in Canada. But, it can also come with confusion over what to wear.
Do you really care about sustainability? According to Vogue Business, shoppers are in favour of sustainable production, but few have integrated it into their buying habits.
This is my Mabel is losing her pants campaign and it’s not what you think. Mabel is my mannequin and I want to sell the pants right off her behind.
This is my goal for March: Sell out of my Lynne bamboo leggings. I’ve sold out of every size except Size 1 which is an XS/S and here’s why.
It’s the one year anniversary of Covid-19. For me, I think of March 16, 2020 as the first day of lockdown here in Ontario when the schools closed for March break.
On this International Women’s Day, how can we as women support one another? The answer is Point and Run.
As a follow-up to last week’s post, my question is: Are you a pompom girl or not? I’m experimenting with detachable pompoms on my bamboo toques.
In keeping with last week’s post, No winter lasts forever, no spring skips its turn, I’m planning ahead to next winter and testing out bamboo toques and mitts with early adopters.
No winter lasts forever, no spring skips its turn. I love this quote by Hal Borland especially at this time of year when it seems like winter will never end.