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Friday Feature: Kylee Jo Cook of hurry.to.be.kind

Each week, our Friday Feature celebrates powerful women from our tribe who share their magic with the world in unique and inspiring ways. This week, we chatted with Kylee Jo Cook, creator of the do-good brand hurry.to.be.kind. This sales rep turned social entrepreneur shares her experience building her brand and gets real about overcoming roadblocks.  When you were a child, what made you the happiest? Growing up in Montana, I lived near a barn that was the home to a few horses and a donkey. Whenever I was feeling down, I’d jump on my dad’s four-wheeler and drive down the...

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Friday Feature: Artist / Illustrator Mary Purdie

Each week, our Friday Feature celebrates powerful women from our tribe who share their magic with the world in unique and inspiring ways. This week, we chatted with Mary Purdie, a tremendously talented artist and illustrator who uses her artistic talent and voice to explore some of our favorite concepts, including self care, vulnerability, and so much more. This Warrior Woman moved us to the core with her openness and bravery when faced with some of life's biggest hurdles. We hope you relish her as much as we do. When you were a child, what made you the happiest?  Anything creative, imaginative, and...

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Friday Feature: Heart Fueled Entrepreneur Megan Sette

When you were a child, what made you the happiest? Such a great question! When I was a kid, I was happiest when I was on stage performing. I went to an elementary school for the performing arts called Westover Magnet, and to this day I have so many incredible memories from that place! I remember every teacher (Mr. Moody was really one of the first people, besides my parents, to believe in me and tell me I was a great performer). We had drama, dance, music, art and problem-solving classes every day – yes problem solving is an art!...

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Friday Feature: US Navy Sailor Aubree Miller

Each week, our Friday Feature will celebrate powerful women from our tribe who share their magic with the world in unique and inspiring ways. This week, we chatted with Petty Officer First Class Aubree Miller, a tribe member who is a a mother, a US Navy Sailor, a lifter, and an independent woman who chooses herself. An especially poignant moment we got to be part of with Aubree (pictured just below) was when she received her First Class crows (indicates her new rank in the Navy, from Petty Officer Second Class, to Petty Officer, First Class). While formatting this feature, I...

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Friday Feature: Lexie Manion

Each week, our Friday Feature will celebrate powerful women from our tribe who share their magic with the world in unique and inspiring ways. This week, we chatted with Lexie Manion, a tribe member who is a body positive activist, mental health advocate, and all around beautiful soul who inspires us daily with her strength, authenticity, vulnerability, and willingness to share herself and her journey. We love her, and know you will, too. What made you happiest as a child? Going over to my Grandmom’s house and spending time with her made me the happiest. My Grandmom (my mom’s Mom)...

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Friday Feature: Artist Sara Abbott

Each week, our Friday Feature will celebrate powerful women from our tribe who share their magic with the world in unique and inspiring ways. This week, we chatted with Sara Abbott, an inspiring mixed media artist who mergers both photography and paint in her contemporary art pieces. She joined our tribe when she purchased her ME ring. Interestingly, ME is a theme she had previously explored in her artwork. We're proud to share her story, and her art, with you now. When you were a child, what made you the happiest?  I was very much a tomboy, so exploring outside until the sunset were always the...

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Friday Feature: The Sand Sisters

Each week, our Friday Feature will celebrate powerful women who share their magic with the world in unique and inspiring ways. This week, we chatted with Sonya and Tedi, the founders and force behind Sand Sisters, a youth empowerment 501(c)3 that’s transforming the way girls feel about themselves and each other.  FF: What made you happiest as a child? Sonya: Three things come to mind immediately (besides buttered noodles). Art class, diving into huge waves and the feeling of safety snuggling with my mom.  Tedi: Going outside and laughing with friends. Nothing has changed. What inspired you to start Sand...