A few words from Circla on 2022

A few words from Circla on 2022

Now that we’ve finally gotten the ‘Happy New Year’ emails out of the way (we hope), taken the Christmas decs down and scoffed the last of the quality streets, here’s a few words from each of us on 2022, without the cliche ‘new year new us’...

Claudia - Founder & CEO:

After the last two years I have decided that 2022 is not the year for any drastic resolutions, instead of focusing on everything I am not doing right (cough haven't seen the inside of a gym in a while) I am focusing on the positives and maintaining them. I do not want to add any extra ammunition to be self-critical but instead will be focusing on the positive routines and habits I have already adopted. 

Romily - Marketing Manager:

This year I want to be more present in the moment, instead of worrying what task I need to get on with next or what I'm having for tea. I want to make mindfulness a full-time thing instead of a part-time-when-I-feel-like-it thing. That way I’ll be less stressed and hopefully achieve all the things I want to do this year.

Kali - Partnerships & Communications:

For 2022 I have promised myself that I will be more consistent in the things that make me feel good - whether that be a sweaty yoga class, reading more or cancelling my weekend plans to binge the new Sex and the City with a big bowl of mac n’ cheese… 

Hannah - Community Engagement:

My 2022 vibe is focusing on self-growth, reaching my goals & living life!

Rebekah - Social Media & Events:

I'm entering the new year with a lot of positivity! I'm looking forward to creating positive habits and taking more time to enjoy myself this year.

1 comment

  • C Elias

    Dear Circla,

    You posted a small tin of something I think probably body cream???? through the letterbox on our front door, in Fulham earlier this week. It came with no explanation about what it was and it wasn’t even sealed. The tin was quite dented: I think probably in the process of being posted through our letterbox.
    It was actually a bit sinister. And I would definitely be nervous about using it given that it was not sealed and I had no idea what it was etc etc…

    My youngest daughter (who I would imagine is the demographic that you’re aiming for being very into beauty products and concerned with sustainability) took one look at the tin and said “that’s creepy”.

    I did look up the website to find out what Circla is. Which is how I found myself on this comment page.
    I have every admiration for what you’re trying to do (I was a huge supporter of Anita Rodrick and the early days of Bodyshop in the 80s and before it became very corporate).
    But I hope that you won’t be offended if I suggest you don’t waste anymore time trying to distribute /advertise your product this way in future. It would have been much less worrying if it had arrived in a sealed container ( just a bit of tape on the tin would have been good) and accompanied by some information about its contents as I said already I still don’t know what it is. Perhaps in a small paper bag or envelope?

    My advice / suggestions are meant to be helpful. As I already said, I am admiring of what you are trying to do. So good luck!

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