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What Makes a Market Vendor?

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What Makes a Market Vendor?
Every July, like clockwork, I ask myself what the hell was I thinking starting a granola business. But, here I am, a long-time market vendor, selling my hand-crafted wares to both the unsuspecting public and loyal fans, and I also think to myself, life could be worse.

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About That Pride Flag

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About That Pride Flag
We’re deep into Pride month, and I’ve been hemming and ha-ing for weeks about whether or not it’s appropriate for me to post a rainbow or trans flag on my Singing Bowl Granola social media pages.

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Buy Less, Buy Better

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Buy Less, Buy Better
We are products of our culture, but we are not victims to it. We can choose to step out of mindless consumption and into simplicity. 

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Where Does It Come From? Part 1

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Where Does It Come From? Part 1
I am always researching the ethical and environmental components of my ingredients, aiming to source those which are most aligned with my values.

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On Being a Female Entrepreneur in the Age of #MeToo

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On Being a Female Entrepreneur in the Age of #MeToo
I am an independent woman engaged in the business world that has traditionally belonged to men. I cannot take my position and freedoms for granted knowing that everywhere, every day, every hour, my sisters are enslaved, imprisoned, endangered, denied basic rights.

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