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Ashley + Taylor Take Up The Mantle of DIY Natural Home Goodness

Hi everyone, A few weeks ago I noticed my friend Ashley (below) started to post on facebook about her adventures making homemade laundry detergent and other products with her son Taylor (also below). I was like WOW, what she is making sounds sooo good and healthy and I want to know how to do that! You already know Ashley and her son Taylor from our 2016 Summer Kickstarter Campaign Video, and our instagram and website. Here are some other cute photos of Ashley and Taylor on Wild Mantle adventures that I love! Ashley has been such an awesome friend and fan of Wild Mantle. So, when she recently announced that she started a new blog "Braun Brewings" all about her adventures making...

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GO WILD: Lenore

Lenore is wearing the Windy in Sole MUSINGS ON THE WORD WILD Lenore is a Pilates Instructor and good friend of mine. As Lenore and I walked wandered through the woods during her GO WILD photo shoot, we chatted about what WILD means to her. Here are Lenore's musings on wild: Avi: So, what does the word WILD mean to you?  Lenore: I think a lot of wild things happen when people become 50.  Avi: What do you mean?  Lenore: People make changes in their lives they didn't expect they would. They change partners, they change lifestyles, you begin to not be surprised by things people do or who they become.  Avi: It's like a second becoming? Almost like your 20s all...

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GO WILD: Grace

Musings on the word WILD by Grace "What does wild mean to me?  Freedom to embody my primal nature. Knowing my place in the web of life.   Allowing my heart to lead the way. The magic that happens when nothing is planned." Grace is a Gardner from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She is wearing our Snow Queen mantle: https://www.wildmantle.com/products/soft-ivory-snow-queen

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GO WILD: Dhanya

What does it mean to be wild?  By Dhanya Addanki Wilderness is the habitat of wild.   ((DHANYA is wearing the black alpaca wild mantle) Imagine a deeply forested jungle: vines hanging from thick tree trunks, animals scurrying around, rivers and streams creating pathways for some and obstacles for others, the faint thud of fruits falling from the sky onto the dirt ground... that’s our world- a deeply messy and sturdy place waiting to be discovered. To navigate this wilderness of a world, we must be wild. We must be unafraid, creative, and understand how to maneuver through different challenges and unexpected obstacles. We must see the complexities and brave the winds that consistently try to knock us down. But there’s a...

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