Green Week

Did you know there is another Black Friday?

On 18th November 1910, about 300 women marched to the Houses of Parliament in London as part of their campaign to secure voting rights for women. The day earned its name from the violence meted out to protesters. Although the suffragettes didn’t earn the right to vote that day, they kept fighting for their rights.

Our rights are a gift from the generations who lived before us, and now it’s our time to preserve the earth for the ones that will come.

What we would like to ask you is to buy consciously this following week. With every dollar we spend (or we don’t spend), we vote for the kind of world we want to live in and leave.

In our case, we have decided to plant more trees this week and call it Green Week. We usually plant one tree per product sold, this week we will plant 10. 

With love,

Teresa & Max

trees with autunm colors and sea