From Nep'all Corners of the Globe

November 23, 2018

Feel Good Friday

“People often ask me why I am working in Nepal. I initially came to Nepal for a 3 month contracted job with plans to travel to India and move to South America. Nearly 2.5 years later, I haven’t traveled to India or South America and am working with locals to create a sustainable waste management model (called Clean City Cooperative) here in Chitwan, Nepal."

"I believe we are all inextricably connected in the web of life. Every individual has the power to make conscious decisions creating ripples, which will lead to a more sustainable world for future generations. Never underestimate our potential to be agents of positive change. Now is the time to act, inspire and empower others to do the same. #thinkglobalactlocal”—Traveler Taylor Smythe

Brought to you by Traveler Taylor, a piece of this culture that drew her in 2.5 years ago...

Here’s to the passionate people from Nep’all corners of the globe making this world a better place…for you, we are thankful!

-Jack & Alley, Co-Founders

PS.  In hopes of creating more ripples, we are micro loaning 100% of profits this Black Friday—connecting with more farmers and small business owners around the globe!

Plus a few more fabric finds...

  

 




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