Posts by Rachel Kaczynski

Made in New England: Meet Jamie Clark of The Willie Wags

The Willie Wags—slang for “off the beaten path”—is a shop in Bangor, Maine, that features just that: unique hidden gems made by small, women-owned businesses. Founder Jamie Clark believes that by spending your dollar with intention, shopping small and supporting other women along the way, you have the power to change the world. We got…

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Women We’re Watching: Aimee Raupp of Yes You Can Get Pregnant

Aimee Raupp is an acupuncturist, herbalist, fertility expert and bestselling author of Yes You Can Get Pregnant: How to Improve Your Fertility Now & Into Your 40s. When she decided being a neurosurgeon wasn’t her thing, she stepped into the world of Traditional Chinese Medicine and never looked back. Aimee’s mission to help women optimize their…

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Made in New England: Meet Christina Pardy of Sh*t That I Knit

While most college students spend their leisure time at frat parties or binge-watching Sex and the City reruns, Bostonian Christina Pardy was busy knitting. What started as a blog to share her love for knitting, Sh*t That I Knit eventually blossomed into the successful Boston-based knitwear company it is today—with products ranging from “fom fom”…

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Made in New England: Meet Wombi Rose of Lovepop Greeting Cards

Creating magical moments is at the core of Love Pop, a Boston-based greeting card company specializing in hand-crafted 3D pop-up cards. We got to chat with co-founder Wombi Rose about their tree planting sustainability initiative, keeping up with the demand after airing on Shark Tank and the importance of little acts of kindness. R.K.: What…

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