MAJAMAS EARTH is an eco-friendly, ethical USA MADE clothing company committed to sustainable living in every way possible. In this podcast, we'll share some unique perspectives about the fashion industry, interview other sustainability experts, and include helpful tips for both individuals and businesses to lower their impact on our planet. Join ME in rethinking the ways we shop, the products we consume and the habits we form on a daily basis so we can restore the earth and help stop climate change.
Sascha and Nathalie Meyers, two fearless sisters, have been living on their sailboat for over seven months. Find out the challenges they face living a sustainable lifestyle at sea (you bet it includes solar & wind power!), and fighting to change the impact human behavior is having on our oceans. From plastic pollution to oil spills, find out how we can teach sustainability overseas and continue to see the beauty in nature, even during the darkest storms.
How can you balance being a connected parent and a successful entrepreneur? For those of you who think Germaine Caprio manages MAJAMAS EARTH solo, think again! Russell Curry is right by her side, helping with all the logistics, problem-solving and heavy lifting that comes with owning an eco-friendly clothing company, all while being a dedicated, hands-on dad. Get a humorous behind-the-scenes view of how this husband-and-wife duo launched their small Chicago business and raised two girls along the way (who will never forgive them for the long Spring Break road trips to Mid-west Whole Foods stores)... Happy Father's Day to the dads who wear many hats!
When Covid shut down Broadway last year, Jessica Naimy and Ben Mayne decided to pursue their second passion; saving the planet from single-use plastics. In this episode, we discuss their inspiration for moving to Chicago to open their pop-up, The Unwaste Shop. We hear what it's like to be married to your business partner, how Ben was raised to be a sustainable-living adult and that beer and cigarettes can actually make a great smelling candle.
Last year, when most of us were only thinking about the color of yoga pants we wanted to buy, Saloni Doshi and her husband Kyle Wente, owners of EcoEnclose were working on the best packaging to ship them in. In Episode 5 of the Care What You Wear Podcast, I get a chance to speak with Saloni about how the packaging we get our products in helps conscious, e-commerce brands support the planet. We cover everything from how to recycle your plastic bags to Climate Change burnout and more. Join ME to learn how paying attention to the package on your porch is just as important as what's inside it.
Back in 2015, Jessie Stokes wanted to share her experiment with living sustainably so she started blogging. Since then, her site has grown into a one stop shop for all things eco-friendly and plant based that aren't packaged in plastic. In this episode, we discuss her mission to find zero waste products that are not only good for us but good for the planet, the challenges of running a business with a toddler and the importance of taking baby steps to live a sustainable lifestyle.
“From protecting the smallest creatures to inspiring an eco friendly clothing company, my mother taught me so much.” In honor of Mother’s Day, we’re celebrating company owner Germaine Caprio’s mom & sharing funny, inspirational stories from her siblings, seeing how much moms can shape our future selves, without us even knowing it. “Teach your children what you believe in; Make a world they can live in.” - Crosby Stills, Nash & Young
What if you could shop for all sustainable products, all in one place? You can with Done Good: “The Amazon of Social Good”! We're SO proud to collaborate with this ethical online marketplace & share an exclusive interview with their conscious CEO, Cullen Schwarz.