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Simon Harrison was inspired by his two young children to turn his love of healthy food into his first business - Eat ROAR.
For the past few years, the ‘raw’ food trend has snowballed considerably. For Simon Harrison, father of two and fitness fanatic, it wasn’t about following a trend: he wanted to give his family natural, wholesome food that also tasted delicious.
Handmade crafts are an antidote to the disposable culture of mass produced goods. Through making products by hand, crafters are bringing something unique into the world each time they sit down at their kitchen table, workbench or armchair and knit, sew, pour, cut, warm, cool, hammer, paint or mould their creation into life.
Customers love the idea that they’re buying something unusual, something unique, something that’s been made by a human being and not a robot. So why is it that so many crafters seem to have hangups about charging a reasonable price for their work?