Comfy — Sevenly

sevenlycomfyEveryone who knows me or, who has seen me since the temperature dropped, knows that my Sevenly sweatshirts get the most love. If it was socially acceptable to wear the same two shirts consecutively and repeatedly I would. I LOVE my sevenly shirts they’re all so comfy…

Check this out:

Sevenly is a company that connects people like you and me with groups of people who are dedicated to helping people in real raw need. An assembly of generosity wrapped in cozy compelling art.

All in a shirt.

Today Forbes featured the CEO of Sevenly and his story.

The sweatshirt below supported a campaign for The Jesse Rees Foundation.


“During her courageous fight, Jessie focused on spreading hope, joy and love to other kids fighting. She knew having cancer made you feel lonely and limited so she chose to spread love stuffed in her JoyJars.”

I love the art .. ‘never give up’. I think part of the reason I wear this so much is, because I need to see it and hear it .. it applies to so many areas in my life.. and those exhausted moments that I’d want to throw in the towel.. but living is all about endurance.. and the good feeling of completing another good day hitting the bed hard.


The razorback below supported the campaign Feed my starving children.


“This week your support will provide a Thai child with nutritious and satisfying meals for 30 days. These meals not only help to alleviate the hunger these children face, but are also packed with vitamins, minerals and other critical nutrients that they are lacking.”

It’s amazing what a group of willing people can do with the 7 dollars you donate…

I’m constantly inspired.

I appreciate the simple and awesome connection. To get my head out of my own privileged  ‘first world problems’, and take the time to be aware of impending need, pray about it and do what I can… even if it’s only taking that short moment between diaper changing and playing playing, bottles and dinner.

I encourage anyone and everyone to check it out, especially ‘past campaigns’

The happiest people dont necessarily have the best of everything but they make the most of everything




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