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Founder's Letter: Hustle + Heart - Magazine - Poppy Barley
Founder's Letter

Justine On: Business, Family + Big Dreams

Expecting her first baby, our co-founder, Justine, shares why all the people profiled in Vol. 2 of our magazine display the kind of hustle + heart that moves us, from running their businesses to balancing a busy family life. Plus: Gotham Grey is back.

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Moms (to-be) Who Run Businesses: Justine, Poppy Barley
The Read

Vol. 2 Series: Moms Who Run Businesses

Poppy Barley’s co-founder, Justine, speaks to five mompreneurs across North America about how they survived owning their businesses and having kids. Find out Justine’s takeaways + action plan.

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In His Shoes: Chris Labossiere wears Poppy Barley shoes
The Conversation

In His Shoes: Chris LaBossiere

The co-founder of Yardstick tells us why he’d do anything to be a WWII foot soldier, the best place to fly as a pilot, and why his daughters are his greatest accomplishment.

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The Product - Gotham Grey Ankle Boots, Grey Brogues
The Product

From Design to Launch: Gotham Grey, 2.5″ Boots & Our First Wristlet

This is your peek into product development at Poppy Barley. Our co-founder, Justine, breaks down the new leathers and styles you can expect this October and November 2015.

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The Fit: How Pregnancy Changes the Size of Your Feet
The Fit

When Pregnancy Changes the Size of Your Feet

“The one part of me that didn’t shrink back to its original size and the one thing that I never even considered would be a problem: my perfectly sized feet. Those, I will never get back.”

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Poppy Barley - In Her Shoes: Paula Findlay
The Conversation

In Her Shoes: Paula Findlay

If there’s anyone out there who encompasses the words “hustle + heart”, Canadian Olympic triathlete Paula Findlay is it. Find out her training schedule, her goals for 2016, and whose shoes she’d take a walk (or run) in if she had the chance.

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5 Toronto Businesses to Shop: Peace Collective
The Wanderer

Five Toronto Businesses to Shop

Once you’ve caught the “local bug” (it’s a good one, promise) there’s no turning back. Toronto’s Nicole Hudson, founder of Bot Communications, narrows down the coolest local businesses to shop in Toronto.

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How to: Be a Mom in Mexico
The Tutorial

How to Be a Mom in Mexico

“You can mess with everything, except with people’s mothers.” From midwives tales to breastfeeding and being a working mom, Laura, Poppy Barley’s Operations Manager, writes about what motherhood is like in Mexico.

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What "Mom Style" Really Means and Why Poppy Barley Boots and Shoes are everything
The Look

What “Mom Style” Really Means

Long gone are the days where style and calling yourself “Mom” has to lack. Erin Trebaczkiewicz, owner of kids clothing e-tailer, The Skinny, and mother of three (including twins), writes about redefining “Mom Style”.

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Moms Who Run Businesses: Rachel, Cricket's Circle
The Read

Moms Who Run Businesses: Rachel, Cricket’s Circle

“I don’t think there’s such a thing as ‘balance’ when you are an entrepreneur.” NYC’s Rachel Blumenthal, the solo founder of Cricket’s Circle, on life as an entrepreneur with two young kids.

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Moms Who Run Businesses: Jenna, Plum Home & Design
The Read

Moms Who Run Businesses: Jenna, Plum Home + Design

“Every day I repeat to myself ‘I am doing my best and my son knows how much I love him’.” Jenna Pryor, owner of Plum Home + Design in Edmonton, shares advice on being a working (hustling, loving) mom.

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Moms Who Run Businesses: Renee, Onboardly
The Read

Moms Who Run Businesses: Renée, Onboardly

“What works: scheduling. What doesn’t work: electronics as babysitters.” New Brunswick’s Renée Warren, owner of Onboardly, talks strategy on running an agency and raising two kids.

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Moms Who Run Businesses: Giselle, Duchess Bakeshop
The Read

Moms Who Run Businesses: Giselle, Duchess Bakeshop

“My biggest piece of advice is to not set yourself up with too many expectations.” Giselle Coutreau, owner of Duchess Bakeshop in Edmonton, mother of Benoît and another on the way, has some mom-real talk with us.

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Moms Who Run Businesses: Jen, BRIKA
The Read

Moms Who Run Businesses: Jen, BRIKA

“I cannot emphasize enough how much sleep and exercise play into the equation of happiness and sanity.” In our series on moms who run businesses, hear from Jen Lee Koss, co-owner of BRIKA based in Toronto, on life as a mompreneur.

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