How to find a purpose in your life | 5 steps


Every wonder why you’re here? Why you do the things you do every day? What your future life might consist of or look like? How some seem to have everything figured out and others just go through the motions every day, doing what seems like they should be doing or what society has told them they should do? How some seem to create a path for themselves while others follow paths already been taken by most of the crowd? Well… even if you haven’t, I’m sure you’ve started to after reading those questions.

How to find a purpose in your life is a huge component that will determine your mark on the world, how fulfilled you will be, etc. It’s something that really has to be dived deep into and is not the easiest thing in the world to figure out overnight. With the world continuously changing around us, and our needs and our environment changing almost more than we can keep up with, it’s sometimes hard to stick to a certain “purpose” in our lives.

How to find a purpose in your life is not a linear road. It’s more like going off-road and getting lost many times, getting stuck in ditches, almost crashing or falling down hills but somehow figuring out to how to get to your destination in one piece and with more wisdom and knowledge from the journey that led your there, not so obvious as you were experiencing it.

How to find a purpose in your life is obviously going to be unique to your experiences, desires, etc. and is not a one size fits all process. However, after researching over the last year and delving into mine, and reading from top self-help experts, psychologists, philosophers, and the top public figures in their niches, I’ve found there are 5 steps you can follow and reiterate to get closer to finding your ever-changing purpose. So with further ado, let’s get right into it.

List of ingredients you will need:

  • Your happy place
  • A journal and your favorite writing utensil
  • Your lovely mind and positive energy
  • Anywhere from 30 minutes to 2 hours of your time
  • A refreshing glass of water and/or your favorite healthy beverage/snack (if possible)


Pre-5 Step Prep (recommended)



Before delving into this 5 step process to find a purpose in your life, one thing I would strongly recommend doing beforehand is making sure you are in the most optimal state of yourself. If you are not (this could mean you are hungry, tired, emotionally distressed, etc.) this will have a negative impact on the 5 step process. Please make sure you are in a positive, healthy, high-vibe state before following through with these steps. This could mean doing any of the following:

  • Stretching or your favorite quick exercise
  • Eating a healthy, nourishing meal
  • Talking to someone you love
  • Meditating, journaling, reflecting
  • A favorite hobby of yours
  • Getting outside
  • ANYTHING really that will put you in a high-vibe state


Step 1 | Brainstorm & think bigger

The first step to take is to find somewhere you can think creatively without being bothered by outside influence. This could be somewhere in nature, your favorite coffee shop, your room, the couch, ANYWHERE you want. Really the goal is somewhere you can get deep within your thoughts and motives. Somewhere you are happy and feel at peace. Somewhere that sparks creativity.

With your notebook and writing utensil, first – if need be – just start monkey-mind writing anything you might need to get off your mind (This could’ve been done in the Pre-5 Step Prep as well). Anything you may need to unpack that could be effecting your subconscious motives or funny feeling/current mood you may be feeling. Get that shit outta you and on the paper.

NEXT – and we’re getting to the fun part (although I quite enjoy all of this as it is all an incredible growth experience) – start writing about what makes you happy, your strengths, and things that spark interest in you. Some ideas:

  • Make a list of 10 things that make you feel good
  • What 5 things happened to you recently that brightened up your mood, gave you energy, and put a smile on your face
  • What 5 things are you grateful for in your life
  • What do you enjoy doing?
  • If you had all the time and money in the world – OR if time and money were non-existent – would you be doing on a day-to-day basis? What would you want to be doing?
  • Who motivates you? Who do you look up to? (this could be people in your life such as family members, teachers, friends, etc. or outside influences such as public figures, authors, artists or anyone you aspire to be like)
  • What are 5 strengths of yours? What are you good at? This can be a difficult one at times. It really can be anything big or small or both. After doing your best to come up with a short list, it may be helpful to reach out to 5 of your closest people and ask them “What would you say are my 3 best qualities?” “What 5 words would you use to describe me?”

It’s okay if this part of the process feels incredibly all over the place or like a bunch of “inconsequential babble” as Einstein would refer to his own letters. That’s what the brainstorm process is all about. It’s really about unpacking, dusting the corners and cracks we often forget about, so we can create the best, most ideal versions of ourselves. Thus leading to your Life Purpose.

This step – and the following 4 steps for that matter – are meant to be reiterated, reflected upon and practiced continually until you get to a final Life Purpose that lights you up inside – which you WILL.

This step is about planting the seed. The following are all about nurturing it and growing it. To bear the fruit on a fruit tree, you must take the time to create, grow, and water it if you want to get the best fruit.


Step 2 | Create Your Personal Mission Statement

Alrighty. Now we are getting more into the organizational aspects of where all of your passions, desires, personal strengths, etc. you uncovered in the first step has taken you. Creating a personal mission statement is all about creating your ideal concrete values you hold close to your heart, and will continually look over to remind you why you do what you do every day, and how that ties into your values.

IMPORTANT: Personalizing this to your needs and desires and NOT the desires others in your life have for you is SO important. This needs to be able to emotionally charge and inspire you when you are reading it. The left image depicts this point succinctly and thoughtfully.

Here are several important elements your mission statement can include:

  • How you would like to be perceived and thought about by others
  • How you perceive yourself, the world, others
  • What contributions you would like to make to the world
  • What you value (health, love, relationships, etc.)
  • Your daily actions/motives
  • How you work to better yourself, the world around you
  • Written as “I am” statements

A template & brief example:

A reminder that this is completely personalized to you and how you would like your life mission statement to look. It can be however short or long you would like it to be. It will be something that you will be continually reflecting upon – adding to, editing, adapting – so whatever you are comfortable with and feel good about.

Give yourself 20-30 minutes to really craft up something that feels good to you. Again, this can be revised, and will most likely never be fully perfected as our wants, values and desires continuously grow and change as we do, so once you have written a strong, personalized mission statement you feel good about and motivates you, let’s get to the next step. 🙂


Step 3 | Visualize & Set goals

“Before you start out, know where you want to go.”

Delving into the third step, we’re going to tap into the power of setting goals and visualization. This whole 5 step process is similar to a funnel – the beginning being more flexible with a much more abundant amount of ideas, brainstorming, soul-searching, etc. with the end of the process really putting the pieces together, and compressing the jumble of ambitions and intentions into a more, concrete, actionable mission statement and implementable plan.

Taking what you’ve created so far within the first couple steps, you will now be creating a windy list of goals you would ideally like to achieve within your lifetime. In this step, we’ll pay little attention to when and how you would achieve them, as we will get deeper into that in the next step. This one is really about using your mission statement and passions, etc. to carve out anywhere from 20 to 50 goals you would like to achieve. It’s helpful to not have all ginormous, huge long term goals however. A mixture of short, midterm, and long term is ideal. But hey – to each her own. Let’s get to it.

  • On a brand-new page, create a numbered list 1 – 50.
  • Set a timer for 10 – 20 minutes, and fill out all of your desired life goals.
  • Once complete – go back and read through them, and highlight 5 you would like to complete within the next year.
  • Read through this list weekly – if not daily – and visualize completing these goals and what your life will look like once you’ve completed them. The 5 goals you’ve highlighted – visualize deeper, and really feel them.

Not too hard right?! This last bullet point is crucial for the next step where we will be nearing the bottom half of the funnel, allowing the manifestation process of these 5 goals to get going.


Step 4 | Actionable steps, SMART goals

First off, I want to say how amazing you are for getting through the first 3 steps and taking control of your life. This kind of deep introspection is how many highly successful, highly satisfied doers find their purposes and take charge of their lives. So shouts out to you for deciding to be one of them, and taking the path so rarely traveled. Shouts out to you for taking a solid chunk out of your day to create a life of meaning, happiness, and personal success.

In this step, we will be taking the 5 steps you highlighted and break them down into more actionable, implementable goals so you are able to reach them within the one-year time frame using the SMART goals concept. SMART stands for specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and timely. These elements are what will allow you to break these goals down into bite size bits to make them more comprehensible.

Specific

Let’s start with Specific. This is easy as you already have the specific five goals you will be focusing on. This is the time to make sure that the five you chose are ones you will be dedicating the next year of countless little progressional actions to bring these into fruition. I’ll throw out an example of a goal to use in this step so you can see how this whole things goes. Let’s say one of your goals is “have a six-pack”. Depending on where you are right now, this can fall into a SMART goal, or not. Is it achievable for where you currently are? If not, this is where you adapt the desired goal to make it attainable. Maybe you change it to “lose X amount of weight” or “work out X amount of time / get a personal trainer”. Again – tailor to your personal wants and needs.

Measurable

After you set in stone your five specific goals, let’s make sure they are measurable. Are you able to accurately measure your process of reaching this goal? Use a system that allows you to measure your progress in a quantifiable way. An example with the six-pack goal would be “Go to the gym 30 min – 1 hour at 8 am 4 days a week” and/or “meal prep healthy, nutritious meals every Sunday”, “Pack a to-go lunch”, “Eat fast food no more than 3 times a month”, etc. These are measurable as you can measure your progress, how it affects your body, how it’s getting you closer to your end goal, and holds yourself accountable.

Achievable

Next, you want to make sure that this goal is achievable for where you are. There is no point in measuring out a specific goal in measurable steps if you are not able to achieve what you’ve laid out for yourself. This takes some self-evaluation of where you are and where you want to go. Everyone is on their own journeys so it’s important to not compare your own to anyone else’s as we all are able to achieve our goals at our own pace.

Relevant

This ties into the previous, of course, but making sure your goal is relevant towards you, your needs, your life, your job, etc. It should be able to fit in with what you are already doing on a day to day basis, or you should be able to maneuver it around your lifestyle so it can effectively be reached.

Time-bound

Lastly, making sure your actionable steps toward achieving your desired goal is time-bound is crucial. Setting specific, measurable actions on when you will get it done, how, where, etc. This is where time blocking and scheduling weeks and months in advance is very beneficial, and allows you to prepare ahead of time for how you will successfully complete said goal.

A friendly reminder that this SMART goal process works well with attaining anything your are set on achieving, and are easier once you have gone through the previous steps and found a life purpose that lights you up.


Step 5 | Start now.

There is no better time to start something than right now.

Anything you start that is different from what you are used to will feel weird. It will feel scary at times. You may feel discouraged at times, or questioning why again you are starting this in the first place. This is when you circle back and reflect on why you are doing it. How it will benefit you, your future, your life, your purpose.

Start today, continue on every day, give yourself a break here and there if needed, but continue with relentless rigor.

Be kind to yourself. Push yourself. And you will slowly watch your life purpose unfold before your eyes.

Good luck, and remember to enjoy the process. ♡


Putting it all together

I can’t stress enough that this process is not a set-in-stone, unchanging, do-once-and-never-look-back-again type of exercise. It’s OKAY to change your mind, and switch up your path in life. Life is not a linear path. It’s a constant fluctuating, roller coaster ride that takes you on twists and turns you will never be fully prepared for no matter how much you try.

This is simply to guide you in the right direction. And it will if you allow it to. It’s about getting decisive with your core desires. The more you tap into this exercise, the more you will get into your deep, mostly-concrete desires which enables you to find a purpose in your life to pursue and that fulfills you. A purpose you can incorporate in all aspects of life – career, family, spiritual, etc.

Please let me know below if or how this helped you in any way, or your thoughts on it. What purpose/goals will you be working toward?

7 Zero Waste Fashion Designers – who is doing it and what it means

Let’s go into the topic of zero-waste fashion.

Zero-waste fashion is in essence fashion that creates little to no waste at all, meaning nothing ends up in the landfill and is continuously redistributed and/or replenished to the Earth, then being able to create more resources that also can be regenerative and restored continuously.

This type of system thrives off of the circular economy structure, rather than the linear one that we’re used and have grown up with. So, instead of creating a ginormous amount of waste, a zero-waste fashion structure – also known as making fashion circular – eliminates textile waste, stopping it before at the source before the consumers are able to worry / think about it.

What if… you could help save the world with fashion?

Everyone loves the idea of saving the world. Changing the world. I truly believe there’s a little superhero in all of us that wants to do some sort of good for humanity, animals and the planet to help make everything a little better. To change the world for the better. Well, in the fashion industry, and eventually all industries, I believe that entails shifting to a circular economy where there is no such thing as waste in the supply chain structure of creating goods and services for humanity to enjoy. Let’s dive into who’s implementing it and how.

1. Daniel Silverstein

Daniel Silverstein, Mastermind behind the brand Zero Waste Daniel, has created a brand that uses unwanted fabrics from other larger clothing labels. All these bits of cut out fabric he then shapes together to make unique, patchy designs without the need for making any new material.

2. Karen Glass

Glass, and American based designer, uses upcycled clothing and fabric scraps to form the basis of the innovative zero-waste fashion collections. She has a unique aesthetic that took years to develop. To create her collections, she’s always hunted for new textiles.

3. Farrah Floyd

Farrah Floyd is a Berlin-based, Euro-chic fashion label led by designer Bojana Draca. It uses Certified sustainable fabrics mainly produced by ethical companies in Italy and Turkey. Draca uses a zero-waste pattern drafting that has been developed and devised over many years by the designer herself. It has been applied to all of her collections.

4. Dr. Mark Liu

Dr. Mark Liu, who gained a PhD research at the University of Technology Sydney by applying modern mathematics to traditional fashion pattern making, developed a technique he calls ‘Non-Euclidean Fashion Pattern Making’. This is a unique jigsaw manufacturing procedure that has made him a recognized pioneer in the sustainable fashion movement.

5. Charlotte Bialas

This Paris-based zero waste designer uses vintage textiles while applying a zero-waste geometrical cutting scheme which reduces the fabric waste. Any scraps she does not use to create clothing are then woven into accessories such as bags and necklaces.

6. Qi Wang

Qi Wang, both a designer and photographer, graduated from Parsons and based her brand in NY. she found her inspiration by a diversified approach to the arts and humanistic disciplines and holds zero waste dear to her heart. All the materials she used in her thesis project are spared from the landfill and given a new purpose through subtle zero waste design principles.

Conclusion

This is just a brief, preview of zero-waste designers I will expand on in more detail in the near future, but for now, please enjoy their creations you can find more of on each of their pages.

7 Sustainable Fashion Brands You’ll Fall in Love With

Let’s dive into the sustainable fashion brands that are creating a better tomorrow for us and the planet as a whole. To me, a sustainable fashion brand means that the brand is creating fashion using a circular system method, and either all natural, organically produced vegan textiles that are biodegradable, OR recycled and/or upcycled materials. Keep in mind not all of these brands are 100% vegan. However, many are filled with vegan options I will cover on a later post.

Although Strawbana is shooting for 100% vegan, zero-waste, circular fashion, these are new and growing concepts that are slowly but surely evolving more and more. With more and more resources and knowledge, this site will grow into a fully circular fashion blog / e-commerce site with only all vegan, fully regenerative textiles and fashion brands. 🙂 Hang in there with me as we enbark in this journey together, and of course feel free to offer any feedback, constructive critism, etc. as I am constantly aiming to get better in sharing these solutions. xx

Eileen Fisher

Want to feel good about buying new, sustainable fashion? Eileen Fisher is the perfect company for you.

For the last 30 years now, Eileen Fisher has united in their efforts to support the environment, human rights and initiatives for women and girls. They have pledged in 2017 to expand their activism and outreach, to lend their voices, and to help empower and protect.

Their core brand promises include the following:

  • They are committed to empowering women as the future depends on it
  • Doubling down on their efforts to support human rights and the fair treatment of all people around the world
  • Protecting limited natural resources, fight climate change and help shift the fashion industry toward sustainability
  • Respect and honor differences in gender, age, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation and political views
  • Now more than ever – time to reach out, speak up and stand together

Not only all this amazing, empowering stuff, but they use organic fibers, sustainable fibers, natural dyes, and operate in a fair trade system. All incredibly sustainable methods. Go Fisher!

Bead & Reel

Bead & Reel is an online thoughtful blog & boutique that believes in consumers voting with their wallets and shopping for what they believe in. Yes!!!! They believe in fair trade, artisan made, gender neutral, giving back, organic, vegan, plant-based, recycled, upcycled, and zero-waste. What’s not to love?!

Shapes in the Sand

Shape in the Sand’s purpose is to share the importance of the natural world through their homage to nature by “Sustainably Shaping Swimwear”. They are an Australian swimwear lifestyle brand as well as an eco conscious swimwear label the was created out of their life long infatuation with nature and their giant heart which yearns to help restore the environment.

They are influenced off of the diverse environment structures which inspire their designs, and hope to inspire their customers of how beautiful the natural world can be, in an effort to help inspire the need to protect it and its lovely oceans that are in danger today.

Patagonia

Patagonia is an outdoor, durable clothing brand that has a mission to build the best product, cause no unnecessary harm, while using the structure of business to inspire and implement solutions to the environmental crisis.

The quality of their products depend largely they can reduce their impact on the environment, according to their Environmental & Social Responsibility posts. To them, this means auditing the materials and methods they use to make their products as well as taking responsibility for the entire lifecycle of their products and examine how they use their resources at their buildings and facilities.

With their “Worn Wear: Better Than New” new “recommerce” platform, they integrate the making fashion circular approach by allowing their customers to return and purchase used Patagonia products while sharing pictures and telling stories of how they have used the product, giving it a personal, relatable feel that ties in an emotional appeal to the products. Amazing. And. Genius.

Sand Cloud

Sand Cloud’s mission is to save Marine Life. 10% of their profits are donated to non-profits that support this.

One thing I’d point out is while they are an avid supporter of keeping oceans clean and saving the marine life, there products are not made with organic materials or natural materials. And they in no way are incorporating to making fashion circular, which would overall have the best effect on the planet and th environment as a whole (in our eyes – of course there is not one solution fits all).

Hood Lamb

Hood Lamb is cruelty-free company and the first to make a winter jacket out of hemp instead of animal fur. They have since created a fashion revolution in outerwear using hemp, the earth’s strongest natural fiber. Their clothing is rooted in conscious design and crafted from the highest quality organic and recycled materials, proving that there’s a better way to make clothing. A cruelty-free way.

Aqua Vida

Aqua Vida provides earth friendly products that reduce waste. Their responsible athletic apparel / products are durable, multi-use and made from eco-friendly fabrics and materials. They make it a mission of theirs to create sustainable change from the inside out so they can extend that respect to the world we live in.

They use a special eco-friendly fabric called Amni Soul Eco that is fully biodegradable and decomposes in less than 3 years with 50% of the breakdown of textile happening in the first year. Check out more here. 🙂

Happy shopping!

There are many other sustainable fashion brands that are putting an awesome amount of effort into their ethical and environmental practices, but these are just a handful of my favorite. Down the line I will be separating these through style and clothing type such as swimwear, active wear, leisure, etc. And with my own growing knowledge on the most sustainable fashion, I will be continuously cycling in and out the best brands and companies that support vegan, sustainable fashion on the largest scale. But for now, enjoy this helpful list with much diversity of different types of clothing. 🙂 Enjoy!

Sustainable Living – Why it’s the New Sexy

Sustainability is a new and growing concept that is often very overwhelming to hear about. Sustainability is simply defined as “the ability to be maintained at a certain rate or level”, regarding the planet and our species, another definition under this is “Avoidance of the depletion of natural resources in order to maintain an ecological balance.”

Why is it important to be familiar with sustainable living? Well, if we want to continue to evolve as a species in a harmonious balance with all other species on the planet, not killing off beautiful animals, contributing to climate change or depleting natural resources and contributing to deforestation that is all sadly happening at a rapid pace – Sustainable living is the answer. It simply means to live like we are all here to stay, with each other. Loving each other. In harmony. Sound too good to be true? Well, it only is if you think so. Less fear-based thinking and more love-based, and we can change the planet for the better.

wind energy

What is Sustainable Living?

So what exactly IS sustainable living? Every day, we are making decisions to live either closer to or farther away from a sustainable life. It really all starts with knowing what’s sustainable and what isn’t. For example, fossil fuels are not sustainable, while using renewable energy sources like solar panels are. Buying from unethical, unsustainable companies would not be sustainable living, while buying from sustainable companies who are putting an effort into selling clean, non-toxic products using renewable resources would be living sustainable. OR just buying less in general. Using less single-use plastics, all that good stuff.

Why live Sustainably

Why not live sustainably should be the question here. Sustainability is the future and it is just getting started. With the way that a majority of industries operate with a linear economy and with the consumerism atmosphere we were raised in and taught to participate in as a society, there is no way continuing these ways will benefit the human race as well as the rest of our lovely earthlings in thriving on the beautiful blue Earth of ours. (or is it even ours?)

How to Dominate the Game of Sustainable Living

So how the heck do I do it, you ask? Have no fear, Strawbana is here to assist you. A huge way we contribute to the economy we live in is with our purchasing habits. Change these for the better, and change the world for the better. Everything is connected. Be mindful of what you purchase and where it comes from. Be mindful of what you are throwing away. Where even is away?! Here are some helpful tips to dominating the sustainability game. The key takeaway from this is to not get overwhelmed and try to tackle all these at once or change your ways of living overnight. Baby steps! Do what is attainable first and gradually work to incorporating more and more. The planet will thank you. 😉 <3

23 Tips & Tricks for a Sexier, Sustainable Lifestyle

  1. Use less (preferably no) plastic
    1. Plastic pollution is a huge problem, especially in the ocean. It is also very toxic to not only us but animals who are consuming it, mistaking it for food. We live in a day and age where single use plastics are all around us, making it convenient to use once and then toss. This is an incredibly unsustainable process that adds piles and piles of plastic trash in landfills while tons of it is polluting the ocean. Everything comes in plastic now so this is very hard to avoid, but start bringing your own container, cutlery and reusable water bottles places so you won’t have to purchase single-use plastics.
  2. Think twice before shopping
    1. What are you purchasing? Do you need it? And is it a sustainable product? As of right now, we aren’t aware of the majority of the things we are buying and if it’s a sustainable product or not. Is it recyclable? Is it post consumer? Is it good quality? Does it support sustainable, ethical practices? If not, maybe rethink what you are purchasing. Why are you buying it in the first place?
  3. Be water conscious
    1. Use water consciously. Take shorter showers. Run the dishwasher only when it is full. Clean your clothes with cold water.
  4. Pay attention to labels
    1. Try to buy things that are fair trade, recyclable, compostable, organic (vegan too). All of these will have a better impact on our ecosystem as a whole, as well as promote more ethical processes and add less toxicity to our atmosphere.
  5. Drive less, Drive green (electric, carpool, public transportation)
    1. Look into purchasing a hybrid or electric car, if able. Walk to your destination if it’s under a couple miles. Bike places! Use the public transit!
  6. Eat more plants! 🙂 Less meat.
    1. Eat a whole foods plant-based diet.
  7. Educate yourself about the companies you support. Are they sustainable?
    1. Look into the sustainable practices from the companies you purchase from. Don’t have any? Maybe rethink purchasing from them.
  8. Turn off your lights when you leave the room!
    1. This is so easy and such a simple step to saving energy. 🙂 Also unplug electronics like chargers and hairdryers to stop the electric flow that is continuously moving when plugged in.
  9. Shorter showers
    1. Try taking no more than 5 minute showers. Save time and water!
  10. Compost & Recycle!
  11. Try investing in a water saving shower head
  12. Take the stairs, ditch the elevator! (great booty workout)
  13. Ditch plastic bags, bring your own!
  14. Support local farmers markets
  15. Buy organic
  16. Ditch fast fashion
  17. Support brands that are ethical and environmentally conscious.
  18. Repurpose glass jars
  19. Give people experience instead of things
  20. Plant a tree
  21. Spend more time outside
  22. Adopt!
  23. Say no to plastic straws, use washable metal straws.

A Sustainably Sexier You

With little tips like these that we can all implement, and many more, we can slowly but surely take steps to living in a better, cleaner world. Remember that everything is connected and every action you make has a reaction. Energy never stops flowing. Live sustainably, and with LOVE.

 

 

 

 

WHY?

Welcome to Strawbana World. We’re here to s(l/t)ay, and to show you how to do the exact same, in the most sustainable, sexiest way ever. Get ready for a revolution, starting with me, you, and the beautiful, wonderful world in which we inhabit.

STRAWBANA STORY ~

This is a story all about how humanity thought it was a good idea to create a linear economy for all our wants & needs. Don’t get me wrong, it was a fantastic start to get the industrial revolution going, employing an incredible amount of people and really getting the innovation and emerging businesses flowing. However, in this day and age with a limited number of finite resources and and ongoing population of people and products, we are slowly destroying not only ourselves but our precious lil (big?) planet in the process, with not only the use of this model but the over consumption of it as well (i.e. the ones of us who are able to over-consume it.)

End of story. For now.

HERE TO HE(L)P

With the need of Strawbana and its circular economic structure, we are also in the need of a new way to recreate a majority of the products in which we like to use and think we need. Many things we think we need…. do we really, like, need them? Or were we taught to think we need them? By an outside evil/manipulative force? Maybe larger corporations that like to be in control of the overall dream of society? Even if it’s slowly (or quickly) killing us?

Hmmmm… time for a healthy change if you ask me. Not only healthy though, also very sexy, and sustainable. The change the future needs. So just all around better. It feels good to just continuously grow in a better, sexier, healthier, wealthier, you. Amirite?

I am. And so are you. We are right together, and together we will grow into a better, sexier, healthier, wealthier, team. Here we go, you ready?

GLOBAL GOAL

Let’s work collectively to live the most sustainably we can, without sacrificing our unique, individual styles. We’re here to stay and so is this abundant, benevolent planet. Let’s get goin kiddos.

Enough of all the gurus telling you to do this, and do that, with little regards to your own personal needs. I’m here to show you what amazing innovations have come about through fashion that have zero harm to animals and the environment – structuring on the circular economy.

New world, new you, new economy, let’s do this ish.

 

xoxo,

Riley
strawbana.com