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    At the time when the thought came up to start my business, I was still employed at my 9-5 job. I knew from the very beginning I wanted to pursue a career that allowed me more freedom of time, but I went against that intuitive knowing and did it anyway.

    Six months prior to putting my 2-week notice in, I started my side hustle clothing brand, Savage Babe. I knew I wanted to help women in some way. I felt utterly called to it for many years, but I also wanted to figure out a way to use my natural passions because otherwise, I knew in my heart I wouldn’t feel completely fulfilled, no matter how many women I helped.

    I’ve always loved creating and designing. I remember I used to sit in my bedroom, alone for hours, drawing and painting, crafting and creating all kinds of things. I used to go to thrift shops like Goodwill and buy used clothing, bring it home, and take it apart, cut things up, sew things together, create an entirely new article of clothing, and proudly go to school wearing what I had created.

    Today we’d like to introduce you to Monica Agana.

    Hi Monica, we’re thrilled to have a chance to learn your story today. So, before we get into specifics, maybe you can briefly walk us through how you got to where you are today?
    At the time when the thought came up to start my business, I was still employed at my 9-5 job. I knew from the very beginning I wanted to pursue a career that allowed me more freedom of time, but I went against that intuitive knowing and did it anyway.

    Six months prior to putting my 2-week notice in, I started my side hustle clothing brand, Savage Babe. I knew I wanted to help women in some way. I felt utterly called to it for many years, but I also wanted to figure out a way to use my natural passions because otherwise, I knew in my heart I wouldn’t feel completely fulfilled, no matter how many women I helped.

    I’ve always loved creating and designing. I remember I used to sit in my bedroom, alone for hours, drawing and painting, crafting and creating all kinds of things. I used to go to thrift shops like Goodwill and buy used clothing, bring it home, and take it apart, cut things up, sew things together, create an entirely new article of clothing, and proudly go to school wearing what I had created.

    One night in December of 2018, I came up with the idea to start a clothing brand and call it Savage Babe. I knew that if I created and grew a business that had the potential to grow, I’d be able to reach thousands of women and help them with my own story.

    I would go so far as to say that the message of Savage Babe IS embodied by my personal story, my experiences, and the highs and lows of my spiritual and personal evolution from childhood to today.

     I feel so grateful for the journey and how Savage Babe has evolved overtime not just as a clothing brand, but as a community of empowered amazing women who are on similar paths of wanting to unlearn old beliefs and thought patterns in order to help them to create the life of their dreams.

    And it’s vital that I add, that I did not build this brand alone. I am blessed to have the help of my business partner, Marlon, our current wonderful and amazing employees, our loyal team of ambassadors and customers who stuck with us from nearly the beginning up to now, and of course our new ambassadors and customers who have decided to hop on this bandwagon with us. We have so much love and support every CONSTANTLY, and it’s such a beautiful thing that can never be taken for granted.

     

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