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Great product

Your products are unique and fantastic . Comfortable beyond words.

Funky drawstring

My son didn’t like the drawstring and how the shorts wouldn’t stay up without tying it. He’s 26. Great fabric though!

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It’s become one of my favorite hoodies. I usually put it on after a workout.

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Remote Working is Here to Stay These are the Best Locally Owned Co-Working Locations

Remote Working is Here to Stay These are the Best Locally Owned Co-Working Locations
The last year and a half has turned the professional world upside down. Industries all over the planet have gone through periods of immense uncertainty, rebuilding, and adjustment. Although the path ahead is still unclear, one thing is for sure, many of the changes to the professional landscape that were made during the height of the pandemic are here to stay. Last March, as shelter in place orders echoed around the globe, workers everywhere were told to work remotely. While the adjustment to remote work wasn’t easy, the ability to work from home (or anywhere else with decent WIFI) appealed to many. Remote working was here long before the COVID-19 pandemic, and it will be here long after masks and social distancing are distant memories. Remote working was already experiencing exponential growth in the last decade thanks to the burgeoning gig economy. Freelancers and digital nomads (like the one writing this piece) have built their life around working remotely, and you can too. With so many workers reluctant to go back to the office, many are choosing to change jobs and careers rather than return to the workplace. If you’re still working remotely but are seeking the comforts and amenities of an office community, reliable WIFI, and bustling work environment—head to a co-work. Co-works were made famous by the infamous failed brand WeWork, but not all co-works are owned by corporate giants. In cities all over the country, local co-works are full of remote workers, entrepreneurs, and freelancers just like you. So, if you’re ready to trade out your favorite work from home joggers for something more office-appropriate (like our stylish long-sleeved Henley), head to your nearest co-working space. To find out more about the Best Locally-Owned Co-Working Locations, continue reading below. Continue reading

Farm Brand Entrepreneur Highlight: Andy Williams of Stranded Tiki Surfboards

Farm Brand Entrepreneur Highlight: Andy Williams of Stranded Tiki Surfboards

The surf industry is having a moment in the sun. The apparel giants that once dominated the shelves of your favorite retail stores have since retreated into oblivion. Now, the actual tradesmen and women of surfing, the board builders, are taking center stage. The COVID-19 pandemic wreaked havoc on almost every industry on the planet, except for the outdoors industry. Thousands of Americans decided to spend their lockdown in the great outdoors rather than stuck in some stuffy apartment, and they bought the gear to do so. Surfboard sales have been at an all-time high for the past year, with shapers around the globe working non-stop to meet the demand. At Farm Brand, we like to highlight small businesses and entrepreneurs who forge their own paths and aim to impact their respective industries in unique and exciting ways. This week, we are shining our entrepreneur spotlight on Andy Williams of Stranded Tiki Surfboards out of Galveston, Texas, to find out how he’s making a name for himself on the Gulf Coast and beyond and how he wants his brand to be synonymous with Black Culture in surfing. Andy made me a twin fin last summer before I embarked on several month-long west coast road trip. I rode that trusty twinny all over California and put it through the paces at some of the state’s most iconic breaks. Last week we caught up to chat board design, representation in surfing, and more. Dive in below!

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Motivational Quotes from Women Inspiring Women

Motivational Quotes from Women Inspiring Women

Quotes come at us in snippets. The stories behind them are what make them so powerful. Yet the short inspirational quotes are the ones that get carried through generations. Keeping motivational quotes where you can see them reminds you of what you care about.

Positive quotes from women inspiring women are some of the most powerful words. So let’s look at some of these words of wisdom and celebrate these motivational women.

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How to Teach Children the Power of Entrepreneurship

How to Teach Children the Power of Entrepreneurship
To help set the next generation off on the right track, or to simply instill a sense of the world and economic awareness into your kiddo, we are going to outline a few fun, unique, and effective strategies, techniques, and other general information of which you can implement into your life to help teach your child the power of entrepreneurship! Continue reading

What is Affiliate Marketing?

What is Affiliate Marketing?
Whether you are personally interested in becoming an affiliate marketer or if you are a brand curious if an affiliate marketing program is right for your company, in this guide we are going to go over every aspect of affiliate marketing. Because affiliate marketing is not only an excellent choice for a career path if it is pursued with the correct strategies and definitive business plan, it can also act as an effective side hustle to make a few extra bucks as you sleep, and is one of the best means for a new or existing brand to extend their brand awareness and help drive sales.  Continue reading

Side Hustles That Require Little Start up Capital

Side Hustles That Require Little Start up Capital
There is a rather large misconception that starting a business requires massive amounts of capital. And sure, that is entirely true for large scale business startups or ones that require a ton of equipment or inventory before opening operations. Yet there exist so many available options for an individual with no start-up capital to begin laying down the building blocks to the foundation of a business by beginning with a simple side hustle that can lead to so much more.  Continue reading

How to Tell if Your Business Will Succeed

How to Tell if Your Business Will Succeed
Although success is technically a personal definition, there are usually at least some commonalities between all of our views, and with this, a few definitive characteristics that your business will showcase should it be headed in the right direction. Some are specific to you, while others are specific to your actual business, but in the end, they are both so very related as you are the driving force behind all you have done!  No matter what, understanding your businesses potential is absolutely essential, so check out a few of the signs we feel hint your business is set to succeed! Continue reading