Getting Socially Responsible This Holiday Season + a Giveaway

Noonday Giveaway

Last year I made the switch to a small wardrobe. Since that time I have been increasingly careful about selecting the pieces that I add to it. I want the new additions to be durable, timeless, and versatile. I also want to invest my money in companies that are socially responsible.

Which is one of the reasons I love Noonday--and I am very excited about this giveaway that I have for you.

Noonday Collection is a business that uses fashion to create meaningful opportunities around the world. It's a collection of jewelry and accessories handmade by Artisans across the globe.

When you shop a company like this you are contributing to building a world where women are empowered, children are cherished, and people have jobs to feed their families.

I was introduced to Noonday by my friend Anna a few years ago and I have treasured the pieces that I own. My favorite piece is the Very Versatile Bracelet, which I have had for over three years. It's made out of upcycled pieces of metal and artillery gathered by farmers in Ethiopia.

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The Very Versatile Bracelet

Since I have been enjoying this bracelet for so long, Anna recently gifted me with a new bracelet so I could change it up. The Serenity Wrap Bracelet, which I am wearing in this post, is another staple that I am sure it will be sparking joy in my wardrobe for a long time to come.

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Please consider shopping Noonday and other socially-conscious companies for your gift-giving needs this year. Do you have any favorite ethically-minded companies?

This giveaway is sponsored by Noonday Collection, however all opinions are my own. 

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Denaye Barahona

Dr. Denaye Barahona is a loving wife and mama of two. She partners with families to tackle the challenges of raising children. Denaye is a minimalist who claims to be a decluttering expert (don't let her near your closet). She loves to travel, talk health-and-wellness, and give unsolicited advice. She has been featured on the likes of The Today Show, The Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, The Minimalists, Motherly, Becoming Minimalist, and numerous other media outlets. Denaye holds a Ph.D. in Child Development and is a Clinical Social Worker with a specialty in child and family practice.