Tell us how you started your business?

It started off as an extension of my first business, Reciprocitee (which is soon closing). The intent behind the bath & body products I make for Reciprocitee is to encourage mind, body, and spirit wellness through self-care. Self-care is an act of self-love, which is what High Vibe Sentiments promotes. I create affirmation apparel and accessories to showcase a love for self, despite negative reinforcements that bombard us every day.

What problems are you solving with your product/business?

I’m hoping High Vibe Sentiments inspires people to be vibrant, stay lit, and to keep shining- despite the darkness faced within and without. I want the world to be a more tolerable place to live in, for all of us, no matter our differences. Regardless of the push back faced from those who don’t see our worth, we STILL show up and outshine the sun, because self-love is an inside job. The message is simple. Either it resonates or it doesn’t.

What makes you different from the competition?

I’ve had to release the idea of competing, in order to focus more on contributing, for the betterment of mankind. I’m truly exhausted by the scarcity mindset that competing instills. You do you. I do me.

Share a quote you live by. It can be yours or something else that inspires you!

“ Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.”

Howard Thurman

How can people learn more about you and your business?

What are some resources that have helped you succeed?

My spirit guides, ancestors, nearest/dearest friends, and the grace of The Universe to keep me inspired. Most importantly, buying customers! A business can’t succeed without making money…it’s an exchange of energy, after all.

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