Lightworker Lifestyle was born in 2016 during a segment of my journey that began in 2015, a segment that included dissolving my previous life and coming into full alignment with my soul purpose. In my late 30s I was figuring out what to do with myself, what I could offer the world, what my skills are. As I reflected on the events that lead me to this point I could see how they are all interconnected and were stepping stones building up to where and who I AM now. In 2004 I was inspired to get my AA degree in Graphic Design. In 2008 I created Blackfoot Graphics to do freelance after I swore I would never work for myself because I was in ego consciousness, and my ego liked the safety of being an employee receiving a steady paycheck. Well it was time for that comfort zone to be shattered and expanded so I jumped off the deep end of the Cliff of the Unknown and asked my current employer to let me go so I could work on my new business while receiving unemployment. When you’re in alignment with your soul you do things your ego would never do! After working with clients for some years I had this nagging feeling that I was here to do more, to create more, to be of service in a much bigger way. Lightworker Lifestyle is one expression of my Soul Aspect/Higher Self. It’s the beginning of a multitude of projects in my blueprint that will be made manifest through me. YAY for getting to contribute to creating New Earth in the physical!
In 2019 I wrote out the framework from which everything I co-create will be based on. I call it the “Prime Directive”. Yes, I love Star Trek. I’m a space nerd, what do you expect?! 😀
My three primary intentions are:
1. To increase the amount of Light in this world
2. To support my Sisters and Brothers in every way possible by creating products and services to help make their lives easier
3. To contribute to the manifestation of St. Germain’s Golden Age
I work with a print shop, Printful, based in Los Angeles, CA and Charlotte, North Carolina, to print my products including direct to garment (DTG) t-shirts, and ship my products directly to you. Every product is made specially for you to order on demand. They are proud to be a sweatshop free company that makes products in America. They work fast – some orders are processed and shipped within 1-3 days and most within 7 days, unless there is a delay with the supplier.
The brands used for my t shirts are Anvil, Bella + Canvas and Gildan. I like these brands for their high quality, softness, comfortable fitting on larger sized bodies and all make an effort to be environmentally and socially responsible.
I do have future plans to expand into screen printing and other printers so I can offer fabrics like organic cotton, hemp and other eco-friendly materials.
Printful uses high quality eco-friendly water based pigment inks that are CPSIA-compliant and Oeko-Tex™ certified, which means they are safe to print on youth/children’s clothing and reduce environmental waste. They’re non-toxic, non-hazardous and free from heavy metals, formaldehyde, and Alkylphenol Ethoxylates (APE). They use an organic pre-treat solution and work to minimize their environmental impact for disposal of byproducts. They do their best to minimize waste in packaging and source eco-friendly packaging materials. Many of their packaging materials are either recyclable or biodegradable. Bubble wraps are made from a minimum of 15% recycled plastic and 10% post-consumer content. Kraft tubes are made from 70-100% post-consumer recycled content and 0-30% secondary recycled content. Read about Printful’s eco-friendly business practices.
Bella + Canvas is committed to maintaining and upholding responsible workplace and environmental standards. All US production and office facilities have received Platinum accreditation from WRAP, including human resources management, health and safety standards, environmental and eco-friendly practices and legal compliance including import/export and customs compliance and security standards. They only work with partners who share their values of a humane and safe workplace and are in the process of getting all of their international facilities WRAP certified as well. 100% sweatshop free. For more info visit https://www.bellacanvas.com/wrap-certification
Anvil/Gildan understands that as one of the largest manufacturers of apparel they have an impact on the environment and as part of their “Making Apparel Better” vision they are committed to constantly look for ways to reduce their impact. Also under their “Making Apparel Better” vision they hold a commitment to maintaining industry-leading working conditions and labor practices at each of their worldwide locations and a commitment to contribute to their communities and have a positive impact by helping them become stronger and more resilient. Read more at genuineresponsibility.com.
Part of the Earth/Human Incarnation Game we’re all playing is creating businesses that help us define who we want to be as we make decisions that take us down one path or another. We are all in a constant state of becoming, an ongoing state of innovation, evolution and forward movement. These businesses may not have always been socially and environmentally responsible but we have to give these humans credit that they are choosing this path now and are making better choices for humanity and our dear Gaia.
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