Holy smokes, you guys, I have so many announcements to make! You might need to grab a cup of coffee to read through all of this. (But probably not nearly as much caffeine was needed to make all of these updates on my end, haha! :-D ) Learn more about the launch of Wag Theory, plus get an overview of new arrivals, product personalization, our rewards program, and new policies!
As a small business owner and maker, personal life and work are almost fully intertwined for me. Until now, I held my personal views closer to my chest for fear of alienating others. But the more I learn about social injustice, the more I realize I cannot stand in silence any longer. Having poured over the real stories and hardships of our Black community over the past week, I now understand that the livelihoods of others depend on my voice, and all of our voices. I have been ignorant and complacent for too long. Here is my commitment toward this movement.
I recently listened to a podcast with a message that truly resonated with me. The primary take-away was that we don’t always have to understand how each decision or action will play out as we are experiencing it. Today, we are exactly where we are supposed to be.
I love that concept. We are all writing our own stories as we go, and sometimes it can feel jumbled and disjointed in the day-to-day. But often there are themes that stitch together and work even better than if it was planned with foresight.
After some reflection, I can see how this is true with my own path.
We all know the term quality over quantity, but how often do you stop to think about your stuff and where it all came from?
Hear about Jenny's personal journey toward conscious consumption, learn eye opening takeaways about the true cost of our goods, and gain insight into the Wag Theory commitment to building a responsible and sustainable brand.