If you’ve been around my Instagram, you’ve seen me show off some of the bracelets that I wear (often when working out, as a form of motivational bling).
One company that I’ve come to love over the last few years is MudLOVE.
Not only do they make beautiful inspirational clay bracelets and mugs, they also do it in the name of doing good and giving back.
I think I won my first MudLOVE bracelet in a Instagram giveaway hosted by a runner friend and couldn’t have been more thrilled to wear such a beautiful handmade item. I purchased two more of their inspirational bracelets shortly after.
They don’t only look cool, but the company also supports an important cause: MudLOVE partners with Water for Good and every bracelet or mug purchased provides one week of clean water to someone in the Central African Republic. How freakin’ awesome is that?
Fresh water is something that many of us take for granted (although if you live in a drought-stricken state like us here in California, you’ve gotten a taste of what water rationing feels like and let me tell you: it’s no fun). Having access to not only fresh, but clean water, is one of the most basic human needs and making sure that every person has that access should be a top priority.
MudLOVE just launched their first ambassador program, the MudLOVE Wayfinders*. I had previously connected with MudLOVE on Instagram and they invited me to apply for one of the first 100 Wayfinder spots. Last month, I received the official email that I was accepted as one of the Wayfinders for the November 2020-March 2021 term.
I couldn’t be more thrilled to be part of this ambassador program and help spread the word and support such an awesome company. I am looking forward to sharing more about them in the coming weeks with you.
There also might be a coupon code or other perks coming your way, so keep an eye out! With the holidays around the corner, their products make great gifts for friends and family!
Have you heard about MudLOVE before? What else would you like to know?
*Disclosure: I was not monetarily compensated to be an ambassador, but I did get some free merchandise.