I often say that we have a very democratic soap company. We take so much guidance on product quality, values, and development from our customers (like YOU!). And Lord knows, I appreciate it. In so many circumstances, it's our customers...
This is me at work! You may recognize this photo from the other day's tour of the Outlaw Soaps safehouse. As the head of this little operation, I am responsible for the company strategy (including everything from sales channels to...
While perusing our Twitter feed the other day, I noticed one of our customers, Caleb Mabry, singing and playing his guitar all awesomely. It gave me an idea: I know several of our customers are musicians and are passionate about...
We've written many posts about how much we love our customers. It's no lie: y'all are the best best best. I love following our customers on Instagram, because we really do have the most interesting, fun, cool customers.
From time to time, we get tagged in posts, and it always blows me away with happiness.
Because I have not much else to write about today, I figured I could share some of the recent shout-outs on Instagram:
One of the highlights of this Summer has been our travel adventures.
When the Western Folklife Center in Elko, Nevada (home of the world famous Cowboy Poetry Gathering) wrote us about carrying our soaps, I was beside myself with excitement. Here was this place that I had been fantasizing about going to... and they wanted our products!! It was one of those celebrity moments.
It also happened to be around the Perseid Meteor Shower, so, with multiple kinds of stars in our eyes, we decided to set out across the fair state of Nevada and make our way to Elko.
Russ and I are very excited to introduce Ruth, our newest honest-to-goodness Customer Service and Fulfillment Manager!
We're just amazed she found us, and is such a perfect fit for our company.
Her cover letter is a real masterpiece (and also gives a lot of information about her, with relation to the job we posted), so she said it was ok if I just copied and pasted it:
... (seriously, you gotta read this)
Some big news happened since the beginning of this month and I haven't said ANYTHING about it here on the blog.
This is actually quite insane, but the reason is because we have been working our tails off and haven't been able to sufficiently focus on the store, the grand soapening, or even maintaining regular hours.
It may surprise you to know that opening a retail store hasn't ever been a big dream of ours. But...
That was the sunrise on Mt. Diablo this morning.
For the last month, I have been leaving the house before dawn (sometimes even in my pajamas) and setting up my camera to capture time lapse videos of the "golden hour" (or "magic hour"). While I film, I write in a few journals (yes, I keep multiple journals) and enjoy two hard boiled eggs and my fancy pantsy coffee in my rattlesnake mug.
If you want to see all the videos I have shot, they're here on YouTube.