Monthly Archives: November 2012

So this morning we woke up to a beautiful email from one of our first customers that started our Friday the best way possible. Jeneal of “Pieces of Luv” shared the email we sent her after she made a purchase on her blog and how she felt when she saw it. We sent her photos […]

Living in Nicaragua is wonderful. However, one inconvenient thing about living here is that every 90 days Quinn and I have to renew our visas because we are not residents of Nicaragua. After living in Laguna de Apoyo for a few months we unfortunately lost track of time and realized we had been here four […]

Big news guys!! We just launched our LOOTB store. We’re so excited to be able to share this big step with you all–couldn’t have done it without all of your ongoing support and faith in us. Cheers to you all, thank you. To check it out, click: LOOTB Store or simply click “Shop” up on our […]

Check out this awesome article that Robert from Teacherpreneur wrote about LOOTB and the movement of socially conscious entrepreneurship. He talks about our Skype session we had with him and his kids, how entrepreneurs are changing the way business is being done and some examples. We’re honored to be eoncorporated under this umbrella of social […]

“The people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do.” Steve Jobs

Here’s a funny and awesome twist on Nike’s video “Make It Count”. For those of you who have seen the original video, the beginning will make you laugh and you’ll see some similarities. But there are some big differences in the video as well, which actually make it a bit more entertaining and relatable. The […]

Thanksgiving has always been a holiday that we both always look forward to every year. The turkey, the stuffing and of course the family time. This was the first year Quinn would not be celebrating Thanksgiving with her family and no one thought that it would have ever been due to her living in Nicaragua. Because […]

A couple of hours later, it was time to split up into two classes for the English lessons. The girls came up with themes for their classes and taught in different, yet effective ways. The kids were very responsive and excited to learn English. During the exercises, when they didn’t know a word, they all […]

The Peace Project is an after-school program for the kids that live around Laguna de Apoyo. This is a place where children can do their homework, learn English, learn how to type and have fun with their friends in a safe environment. Jonathon and I were both excited to check out the program, volunteer, meet […]