From treasure hunters and DIYers to fashionistas and the sustainable fashion community, this is the “go-to” podcast for everyone who is interested in affordable style. Hosted by DC area radio and television personality, Sarah Fraser, Goodwill of Greater Washington’s Finding Your Good podcast is here to inspire you. Our community of experts share their experience and tips to provide inspiration to help you reinvent your personal style that is socially sustainable. So, get ready to become highly motivated to put new life into your Goodwill finds.
If you’ve ever had the opportunity to read or participate in Goodwill of Greater Washington’s Finding Your Good blog or social media pages, you know that creativity is everywhere at Goodwill. Find out more by going to our website, findingyourgood.org.
No Need to Take Notes – The Goods Are Right Here!
Hi, it’s Sarah Fraser. Oh my gosh, I am so excited to tell you about this brand new podcast from Goodwill. Goodwill of Greater Washington Lifestyle Brand is getting ready to launch their brand new show called Finding Your Good, and I’m the host. We have 13 episodes, just about 15 minutes each, and our launch date is on or about October 16th. Then we’ll be releasing a new show for you every single Wednesday. Welcome to Finding Your Good. This podcast is for everyone, from treasure hunters and DIYers to fashionistas and the sustainable fashion community. We have a great story to tell about Goodwill’s community-focused mission, retail successes, and overall core beliefs, that we would love to share with you or anyone who believes in shopping with a purpose and a budget.
If you’ve ever had the opportunity to read or participate in Goodwill of Greater Washington’s Finding Your Good blog or social media pages, you know that creativity is everywhere here at Goodwill. Our mission is to put new life into your Goodwill finds. Finding Your Good is about gaining inspiration from a community of experts who will provide tips to help you reinvent your personal style that is socially sustainable. There are 20 Goodwill locations in the Greater Washington, D.C. area, so you can be shopping while we’re getting ready to launch our show. You can also find out more by going to our website, findingyourgood.org.
Let me tell you about some of the amazing guests that are going to be featured on our show. Arielle Lewis, for example. She’s a D.C. based photographer who specializes in portrait and fashion portrait photography. Chef Roro, get ready to fall in love with this guy. Recently won the popular title of D.C.’s best food truck of 2019 by Washington City Paper for his business. The Wall Street Journal, Rolling Stone, NPR, BBC, Esquire, National Geographic, Farrah Skeiky’s photography has been featured in all of these publications. A D.C. based lifestyle and music photographer, Farrah also exhibits her captivating work at multiple D.C. galleries and serves as the Creative Culture Manager at D.C.’s famous hotel, the LINE DC.
Adriana Mendoza, she’s the owner of Femme Fatale DC. It’s one of D.C.’s most popular incubator space in organizations that supports local female identified fashion designers, makers, and entrepreneurs. You don’t want to miss that interview. Frontwoman of internationally touring band Lemuria, Sheena Ozzella, so neat. She’s the founder of Ruby Threads Vintage, a carefully curated vintage Etsy store that provides retro gems to D.C.’s most fashionable. And Michelle Raven, she’s the founder of When Thrifters Thrift, Instagram’s biggest thrift fashion account. You need to go follow her now, by the way. By highlighting national thrifters, this page has quickly grown to achieve over 20,000 followers.
We can’t wait to share our new podcast with you, Finding Your Good podcast. It can be found on iTunes and at findingyourgood.org on or about October 16th.