57 minutes | Mar 9th 2018

Mean Girls And Mansplainers: Upcycling With Sand Shed

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In our first "official" episode, we share a bottle of bubbly with our partners and pals Sand Shed, a vintage and upcycled goods company that shares space with us at Avenues Dry Goods (4120 Irving Street in San Francisco).

Sand Shed founders Hannah Gordon and Sarah Biggart are lifelong thrifters who started their business as a way to fund their road trips and shed some of their hoard. Friends since eight grade, the duo initially bonded following some middle school slumber party drama (aka the best kind of drama), and live together not too far from their place of business. Give a listen to hear the secrets of keeping your side hustle fun, listen to us dish the dirt on Men Who Explain Things (h/t Rebecca Solnit), and be completely disgusted by Sarah's answer to one of Attention Shoppers' SOON TO BE ICONIC Five Questions.

Important links:

Eve is featured in 25 Bay Area Women Who Are Kicking Ass and Taking Names [Rocky T]

Field Theory is the Outer Sunset's newest home goods/design shop

Sand Shed's website and Instagram

Avenues Dry Goods' website and Instagram

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