If you've ever heard someone say that actions speak louder than words, you probably understand the importance of doing, being, and living what you say. At Synergy Organic Clothing we believe in the power of supporting like-minded brands and individuals to promote a global impact of green practices. Because of this wholehearted belief that conscious representation through the way you live is key to making progress in our goal, we've decided to launch the Synergy Organic Clothing Ambassador Program.
Our ambassadors make up a group of women that we are proud to support. We believe these women represent the Synergy Organic Clothing brand, in one way, shape, or form. Now, we know that absolutely no one is perfect. Not you. Not me. Not anyone. But we also know that positive choices lead to positive outcomes, big or small, and the women we have in our ambassador program are making the kind of impact that we want to support. We're so excited to have them as a part of the Synergy Organic Clothing family and hope that you enjoy getting to know them over time.
To check out our Synergy Organic Clothing Ambassador Page go here.
It’s officially Spring, and while that brings with it some much needed sunshine and blossoms, it also marks a year long pandemic anniversary. It’s wild to acknowledge how long we’ve all been in this; learning, changing, adapting, improvising in every way of being.
Awareness of the earth’s natural rhythms harmonizes us with her cycles, it helps us align our personal cycles with nature’s, which can give us more grounding and ease in an often unstable world. As the renowned author Joseph Campbell said, “The goal of life is to make your heartbeat match the beat of the universe, to match your nature with Nature.” The equinoxes and solstices of the year give us the perfect opportunity to do just that.
December 21st marks the winter solstice in the Northern Hemisphere, where many cultures celebrate the first day of winter or “mid winter.” On this day the sun is at its lowest daily maximum elevation in the sky, which means it is the shortest day and longest night of the year.