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60 Mindful Minutes

Jul 14, 2020

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When we are unconscious to it, our belonging can be very conditional in this culture. Our unchallenged beauty contracts impact how we treat ourselves and others. As the founder of J's Everyday Fashion, one of the internet’s first-ever budget fashion blogs, Jeanette Johnson’s life was steeped in beauty. But as you’ll hear, her experiences set her on a journey to not only begin to question our unspoken beauty contracts, but to challenge the entire idea that we get our value from how we look.


Guest Bio

Jeanette Johnson is the founder of one of the first-ever budget fashion blogs, J's Everyday Fashion. She is the author of two books, regularly speaks at conferences, and is on the board of directors of Samaritan Village, a residential recovery home for women survivors of sex trafficking. She is also the co-founder of Wall Crawl, a one-of-a-kind photo studio concept in downtown Orlando, as well as EDEN & IVY, a socially conscious clothing line that employs women survivors of trafficking in Nepal, coming to HSN this summer. She is a native of Kansas, and a graduate of the University of Kansas. She lives in Orlando with her husband.


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