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How Change in Routine Helps Me To Prioritize

Posted by Molly Berry on

On the most basic level, adventure of any kind forces a change of scenery, turns the tables on routine, and disrupts the usual day-to-day. Generally speaking, all of those concepts are a parent's nightmare when two small children are involved. It isn't always easy to break the forces of habit that tend to maintain normalcy, but it is always and inevitably a reward to pack up and push those limits. Eleven days ago, my family and I hit the road towards our cacao farm in Rio Dulce, on the Caribbean coast of Guatemala. We are so lucky to have a...

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Female Social Entrepreneurs in Antigua, Guatemala + LIVE Facebook Event

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When building a business, every week is different. Some weeks, we get to really dive into the creative side of designing and weaving. Some weeks we are shuffling a lot of papers with a little too much (but necessary) screen time. Other weeks, like this one, we are delightfully inspired by the energy of Antigua and all the creativity flourishing here. Yesterday, I (Luna Zorro founder, Molly Berry) joined forces with three other female social entrepreneurs based in Antigua: Jess Bercovici of Stela 9, Mari Gray of Kawkaw Designs, and Britini Port of Uxibal. These hot-shot business women have, like...

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GIRLBOSS Moment!

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  We are so excited to have Luna Zorro featured on the GIRLBOSS website! Girlboss was founded by entrepreneur Sophia Amoruso and born from the book that sparked a movement. In May of 2014, Sophia's book #Girlboss skyrocketed onto the New York Times Bestseller list and stayed there - for nearly 20 weeks. Shortly after, "#girlboss" began to fill social media platforms, becoming a battle cry for a generation of women. Today, Girlboss enables women to connect - across social, digital, and experiential platforms to discuss and share knowledge about career, entrepreneurship, personal finance, relationships, and more.  Every week, the GIRLBOSS...

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The “What To Do With My Life” Paradox -How One Seemingly Impossible Question is Now My Source of Inspiration.

Posted by Molly Berry on

When I graduated at the end of four transformative and special years at UCLA, I still didn’t have a clue what I was going to focus on or what I wanted to do with my life. At a time when I was “supposed” to know what direction I was headed, I only knew five things – I wanted to live abroad, I wanted to speak languages, I wanted to meet interesting people, I wanted to work for myself, and I wanted be creative. I had a deep sense that I would work my way into finding the things I was...

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Why I Owe It To Myself To Overcome Fear and Doubt.

Posted by Molly Berry on

In 1999 I moved to England. I was 19, a junior in college who had never left the United States before. My passport was stiff and shiny, waiting for it's very first stamp to be laid. I was leaving quite a tumultuous family situation, a boyfriend, and all of my best friends behind, with only a few hundred dollars saved (living off of student loans and some scholarships). I had two duffle bags and knew not a soul in the UK. It's almost hard to recall now what force was driving me so hard, but I was absolutely determined to...

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