The Maker's Portrait
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Winterwares, ceramics

Winterwares founder Simone Nabholtz says that her ceramics business was born out of a desire to slow down and incorporate mindfulness in her day-to-day.

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Simone writes "Winterwares was born from a desire to embrace a slower pace of life after I experienced complete burnout at my 9 to 5 desk job."

Simone writes "Winterwares was born from a desire to embrace a slower pace of life after I experienced complete burnout at my 9 to 5 desk job."

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"I began to do less but do it better. I enrolled in my first pottery class hoping I’d feel grounded and fulfilled while making something beautiful with my hands."

"I began to do less but do it better. I enrolled in my first pottery class hoping I’d feel grounded and fulfilled while making something beautiful with my hands."

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“Working with clay has taught me to savour the everyday moments that bring joy. It also ignited a passion to create beautiful pieces that help others gather, share and nourish.”

“Working with clay has taught me to savour the everyday moments that bring joy. It also ignited a passion to create beautiful pieces that help others gather, share and nourish.”

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