Nourish Together - Weekly Newsletter - 11/4/21
Hi, Sweet Friends,
Welcome back to Nourish Together, a compilation of wellness products, practices, tips, and inspiration I'm loving right now. Plus, any updates that I feel are awesome and worth sharing.
I hope you find value in the content.
Recipe of the Week
These meatballs pack a flavorful punch! I love the umami flavor that fish sauce adds to any recipe, and these meatballs are no exception. They’re easy to make and taste delicious!
Drum roll, please…
After two years of dreaming up this spray, I am beyond excited to (finally!) introduce you to our newest product!
from Milwaukee, with love
Brew City. Cream City. Miltown. Mill-e-wah-que. No matter what you call it, we're absolutely smitten with the 414, and this festive Room Spray is our homage to the Good Land.
We commissioned local artist, James Steeno, of the James Steeno Gallery to illustrate Milwaukee's iconic Hoan Bridge for the label art on this spray.
It's a warm, spicy, and deliciously cozy blend of Sweet Orange, Amber, and Vanilla essential oils. It makes for a wonderful hostess gift, stocking stuffer, or birthday present for Milwaukee enthusiasts everywhere.
While we typically develop a product with a laser-focus on its therapeutic properties, we wanted to take a different approach with this Room Spray and create one that, more than anything else, smells AMAZING!
When you smell this spray, we’re sure you’ll agree that we “understood the assignment.”
There’s no place like Hoan.
Promote Wellness + Spread Kindness
I launched Nourish shortly after celebrating a milestone birthday. I had just been laid off from a career in Corporate America, and knew that whatever came next needed to allow me to serve from a place of passion and purpose.
From the very beginning, I had a vision of using our products as a way to gain brand awareness so that I could have a larger platform to speak out on what matters most to me: wellness and kindness.
I am proud to share that over the past three years, we have supported over 30 nonprofit organizations and 1,100 members of our community. We do this through financial & product donations, mentorship, and advocacy efforts.
One of our recent donations went to the Cancer Center at Froedtert Hospital as part of the Independent Makers Offering Kindness (IMOK) initiative, spearheaded by Jennifer Rundell of Rundell Redesign. We donated products for 30 “comfort bags” that were delivered to cancer patients currently receiving infusions.
It’s an honor to use our business for good.
Live Well. Be Kind.