Mar 7 • 39M

Slow Fashion, Remaking and Mending Your Old Clothes, Capsule Wardrobe Tips & A Lesson in Self-Acceptance and Perfectionism w/ Sarahbeth Larrimore of Unabashed Apparel

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Mandee Nicole
This is a podcast for self- and world- healing through nature, hosted by Mandee Nicole, founder of Inner Light Botanicals. In this podcast we explore ways that we can integrate nature into our daily lives and through our work to feel better mentally, emotionally and physically, to explore our reciprocal relationship with the earth so we can cultivate a deeper appreciation of ourselves and our planet, and to create a sense of true connection. Visit for earth- and energy- conscious events and gatherings.
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Sarahbeth Larrimore of Unabashed Apparel is an award winning designer teaching about lighting up your courage, honing your inspirations, and creating your dream bespoke sustainable garments & world. In this episode Sarahbeth and I chat about how sharing what you do as a teaching can be more impactful than creating the work itself, working with instead of against nature, slow fashion and figuring out your dream style, why not to get rid of your old clothes, tips on getting started remaking and mending your clothes, how to get out of perfectionism, and a lesson in self-acceptance.

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Mary Oliver poem

Buck Naked for Sustainability article by Sarahbeth

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About Your Host:

Mandee Metzger, founder of Inner Light Botanicals, Just Earthly YouTube channel and Just Earthly Podcast host, gathers earth- and energy- conscious community and hosts online workshops, in-person outdoor adventure retreats and trainings in nature that always have a deep focus on building conscious community, creating a safe space, and a foundation for going deeper in personal practice with hands-on practices to embody the work. Mandee also creates moss walls, houseplant contour drawings supporting a self-love journey, and houseplant paintings on cheery backgrounds because she truly believes that plants make people happy.

She is an advocate for self-healing and world-healing and aims to do this through her work.