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March 2018 - Alegna Soap

Tennessee Soap and Candle Social

By Angela Carillo on Monday, March, 26th, 2018 in Business, Soap Making.
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  Last September Rachel Mullen of Music City Suds contacted me to ask if I’d be interested in speaking at the Tennessee Soap and Candle Social. I said yes, and them promptly freaked out. Speaking in public is uncomfortable for me, Please follow and like us:0


Tennessee Soap and Candle Social

 

Last September Rachel Mullen of Music City Suds contacted me to ask if I’d be interested in speaking at the Tennessee Soap and Candle Social. I said yes, and them promptly freaked out. Speaking in public is uncomfortable for me, (more…)

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The Power of a Thank You

By Angela Carillo on Monday, March, 19th, 2018 in Gratitude List.
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  I’ve seen how the power of a thank you works. Teaching soap making classes in NYC means an hour ride on the LIRR into Penn Station, and then a 20 minute subway ride uptown. Please follow and like us:0


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I’ve seen how the power of a thank you works.

Teaching soap making classes in NYC means an hour ride on the LIRR into Penn Station, and then a 20 minute subway ride uptown. (more…)

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Goat Milk Soap

By Angela Carillo on Monday, March, 12th, 2018 in Soaps.
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  Since I spend a lot of time with my soaps, I think of them as my friends.  I give them different personalities and I thought you may like to see them the way I do.  Meet Cheyenne, my Goat Milk soap. Cheyenne   She’s creamy pure with skin soft as Cashmere, but she’s not […]


 

Since I spend a lot of time with my soaps, I think of them as my friends.  I give them different personalities and I thought you may like to see them the way I do.  Meet Cheyenne, my Goat Milk soap.

Cheyenne

Alegna Soap® Goat Milk Soap

 

She’s creamy pure with skin soft as Cashmere, but she’s not the pampered kind who’s all dressed up with nowhere to go.

No. She’s Cheyenne, the one who’s already at work in the barn before the sun peeks over the rolling hills in the distance. Her dusty brown boots are damp with caked-on mud as she leads the herd through the pre-dawn milking ritual. (more…)

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Blending class Alegna Soap®

 

What do a blending class, determination and a nor’easter have in common?  I’m so glad you asked. (more…)

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