Interview with Jennifer Wong and Santos Agustin, Co-Founders of Gone To the Dogs

By Wild Web WomenInterviews, Wild Web Lifestyle, Wild Web Women

Long-time pet parents and friends, Jennifer and Santos, often wondered where their dogs’ products were made and who made them. They wondered if they were mass produced and if the workers were making a living wage. These ponderings led them to open their enterprise, Gone to the Dogs, an online (and eventually storefront) business dedicated to thoughtfully-designed … Read More

The Benefits of Bugging (There are No Stupid Questions)

By Elli GiacomazziInspiration Station, Wild Web Women, Work From Home

You know the phrase “there are no stupid questions”? It’s true…mostly…. “There are naive questions, tedious questions, ill-phrased questions, questions put after inadequate self-criticism. But every question is a cry to understand the world. There is no such thing as a dumb question.” – Carl Sagan, The Demon-Haunted World: Science as a Candle in the … Read More

Interview with Nicole Majik, Empowerment Alchemist and Founder of Majik, LLC

By Wild Web WomenInterviews, Wild Web Women

Nicole Majik is an empowerment alchemist who uses her many skillsets to empower leaders, entrepreneurs, and executives who feel stuck in one or more areas of life. Her diverse background includes biology, chemistry, metaphysics, finance, and work experience at a corporate job. She pulls from these resources to offer an abundance of transformation programs including … Read More