• Women's Wednesday- A Little iInspiration

    Hello, Tea Lovers!

    As you all know here in T&co we like to cherish women, and this week we'd like to talk send some good energy, encourage your self-care with our products and to share some inspiration, to empower us and make us more confident in our skin.

    As you know, we all suffer from other people scrutiny which sometimes doesn't make us feel 100% satisfied with ourselves, and with all of this modern constantly public life, appearances have become more and more important and we have to live up to impossible standards.  

    But don't panic, there are a lot of people (and growing) that want to say stop to this appearance abuse and turn confident back to women.

    This week I ran into a blog that does that, is called The Naked diaries  and their promise is to empower mind body and soul, here they share women's incredible stories of love, survival, activism, physical struggle and their gorgeous untouched pictures with the means of putting an end to this fake and sexist world, the community is also huge on Instagram you can follow them @thenakediaries and this is another way to connect and reach out to women with our same goals.

    Please enjoy their articles and stories with a cup of tea, and if you have any blog or account that inspires you, feel free to share it with us in the comments----->

    Image by thenakediaries

    Posted by Juliana Garcia
  • Women's Wednesday: Women in a man's business

    Browsing the internet I came across this interesting article by Amy Covey for World of Tea. Here she shares how the tea world is evolving, in major tea producing countries such as China, where business tradition is always lead by the man.
    "western ideals of gender equality are slowly permeating the patriarchal social systems of China, and more women are beginning to participate in their family’s business."
    According to the author, since women are in managerial roles, the farm production is more organized, and these leaders are more prepared to be involved in every aspect of the operations.
    The influence of higher education is another factor that is revolutionizing the tea. Men and women who have access to it have brought knowledge and technology to the industry.
    In conclusion, female lead tea farms have proved that are as efficient and more responsive than the ones lead by man reinforcing why patriarchy models are obsolete and gender equality is needed to build a better society.
    Here's the link to the full article: 

    Women in Tea: Not Just a Gentlemen’s Business?

    Posted by Juliana Garcia