Marla and her daughter Rocio Marla is the leader of a women’s cooperative in Guatemala that creates some of our most popular bracelets like the Lleno, Paz, and Cortez to name
(Read Part 1 here about my dramatic encounter with a comedian over his hurtful jokes about Guatemalans.) After the comedy show was finished, I immediately started spiraling. “What did I do? Did I overreact? Am I crazy?
We’ve been getting bids on projects for our house. I’ll black out when I hear a number only to see my husband grinning ear-to-ear obviously pleased with the number. When my doctor told me to start pushing with the birth
Years ago, I made a commitment to use my privilege to be a voice for the voiceless. I was recently on an Alaskan cruise with my partner and her family, where one of the cruise shows featured a comedian.
A few weeks ago, I was speaking on a panel at the Sheer Impact Conference. I was surrounded by smart and insightful changemakers ranging from politicians to social entrepreneurs. It was moderated by Debbie Scheer, who masterfully facilitated a
Here's the lil guy I was waiting for! I didn’t know this before the birth of my son, Hayes, but I’ve been waiting for him my whole life. Like literally just waiting - as in waiting to start
I absolutely love being a mom. All the things I thought would annoy me like getting someone else dressed, waiting for little legs to walk step.. by.. step.. up.. and.. down.. the stairs by ‘self’, loving bananas one day
I’m sitting in an exec meeting and Kerstin, our Head of Sales, turns to me and says, “I can’t want this more than you do.” Actual recreated image of my face when she said she couldn't want it more
We were accepted into the Fair Trade Federation!... and wow - what a process! We have had our eye on joining the Fair Trade Federation (FTF) since we launched Threads, but never prioritized the application