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Informational.. yet informal. The World Changer Co. blog is a place to learn, discuss and be real. Go ahead and explore, and always feel free to suggest our next post topic.

September 26, 2018

“Made in America?” You already know what I’m about to say right? Sometimes we shy away from knowledge we don’t want to hear if it may cause guilt in our daily purchases and decisions. I must admit, I’ve been trying to deny the fact that I shouldn’t trust every brand th...

October 29, 2017

I remember volunteering for an anti-trafficking campaign at my university in Hilo, Hawaii one afternoon. As students walked by, we told them facts, showed them pictures, and kept their attention by giving them logo pens or bracelets. I’m not sure how I got involved wit...

July 22, 2017

The whirring of a sewing machine fills the pink bedroom as the sewing needle rapidly punches a seam down a cut-up polo shirt. While Dad may not have wanted it anymore, a young girl envisioned the faded blue cotton as perfect material for the next purse in her collectio...

July 14, 2017

Every summer for my entire life, my family has made the trip to Carpinteria, California for a week at our family beach house. There is nothing quite like it, running out of the car we just spent way too many hours in, throwing off our shoes, and running into the warm,...

April 11, 2017

Women Empowerment

Empower: to liberate, set free, unshackle; to make stronger and more confident. To empower another is an admirable task that could positively transform a life completely. Something as revolutionary as empowerment can require immense time, resources, an...

February 17, 2017

Hippie Dippy Drink?

Yerba mate. Maybe those two words are just gibberish to you. Maybe you’ve seen a friend drinking a bottle of it with its bright yellow label. Maybe you’ve actually tried this earthy tea drink for yourself. Wherever you lie, after learning a bit more...

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