We’re halfway through January — a time when many New Year’s resolutions are losing steam. (For instance, I haven’t been to the gym yet . . .)
But I think we’ve hit on a company resolution that’ll be easy to carry forward year after year: we’re starting the new year by taking a moment to recognize everyone who helped make 2012 great. And that’s all of you.
Everyone who helped us in 2012 by buying a candle, gifting one of our products, sharing a Facebook post, retweeting a blog entry, forwarding a newsletter, telling a friend. All of our followers, readers, mailing list subscribers.
You make our impact possible. You’re changing lives.
So from our homes, from our workplaces, and all the way from the Great Wall of China . . . thank you.
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In the spirit of Women’s History Month, our thoughts are drawn to the many women who contribute to society in a myriad of ways while expecting nothing in return. They are hidden from view. Yet these women are transforming communities and making a positive difference in the world. They are unsung heroines.
March is about celebrating women… something we’re pretty excited about. There is so much to appreciate, so many barriers yet to topple, and so many amazing women to recognize for their accomplishments.
Ah, Valentine’s Day. Every year we look forward to it, but here’s the thing. Ever since Eve Ensler started One Billion Rising as part of her V-Day movement to end violence against women and girls, we’ve felt conflicted about this holiday.