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As Featured on TRIBE

Michelle Simmons

As Featured on TRIBE

I’m constantly inspired by other mothers. I know now, first-hand, how this gig feels, and it’s not for the faint of heart. While the days are full of precious moments that replenish our joy and enthusiasm, it’s tough to ignore the physical and emotional challenges that accompany all the goodness. However, moms seem to figure it out – finding a perfect balance of energy and grace to love their children well – over and over again. I’m particularly blown away by moms who find avenues through which to share their child-ignited passions and wisdom with other people. For that reason,...

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As seen on The Paper + Craft Pantry's Small Business Chats:

Michelle Simmons

As seen on The Paper + Craft Pantry's Small Business Chats:

We sat down with co-founder Michelle Simmons one afternoon to find out more about her inspiration behind these vegan, zero-synthetic candles and how she and her husband grew their passion project into a growing nationwide brand. Plus, Michelle dished on some of her Austin favorites, local makers and Instagrammers you should be following! http://www.thepapercraftpantry.com/blog/2017/3/2/small-business-chats-michelle-simmons

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Our Collaboration with Basil Hayden’s® Bourbon

Michelle Simmons

Our Collaboration with Basil Hayden’s® Bourbon

This fall, Basil Hayden’s® Bourbon approached Austin candle-maker Michelle Hartle of Slow North to craft a handmade item for their Sipping Companion Collection to enjoy during the holiday season. The Barman’s Candle Set met and exceeded the ask by combining senses to create a truly memorable sipping experience. http://www.basilhaydens.com/add-a-spark-to-your-holiday-season-with-the-barmans-candle-set-by-austins-slow-north/

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As Seen in AustinMonthly.com

Michelle Simmons

As Seen in AustinMonthly.com

http://www.austinmonthly.com/AM/December-2016/ATX-Holiday-Gift-Guide/

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As Seen in TexasMonthly.com

Michelle Simmons

As Seen in TexasMonthly.com

2. Slow North candle // Synthetic chemicals are banned from founder Michelle Hartle’s Austin studio, which happens to be fully powered by renewable energy sources, so you can breathe easy when you light these all-natural soy candles. http://www.texasmonthly.com/travel/ultimate-texas-gift-guide-2016/

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