Tatiana Alder is the founder and mama of Fuze Body, with a mission to blend goodness throughout your day no matter what life throws at you. And they do just that! We carry their beautiful lava stone bracelets so you can carry your essential oils with you while wearing a statement piece. Please enjoy her story below.
Tell us a little about your company & journey to making it happen.
I had grown tired of working in the corporate world my whole life, and when my kids came along I realized I needed to make some changes to put them first while creating together with them. They inspire me in all my products and we get to work together as a family to produce some amazing stuff and I get to teach my girls entrepreneurship. I wanted to make using essential oils easier for novices, incorporating them in innovative products we hand make at home that no one else in the world makes.
Why is this mission important to you?
It's all about family, quality, purity, balance, finding joy in the journey, learning and growing together and helping our customers do the same.
What is your "superpower"?
Oh my, I guess our ability to think outside the box creating very unique products from scratch that no one else does and including our whole family.
We're redefining what it means to be a "mama." Some mamas are traditional mothers; others are unbelievable foster & adoptive moms, devoted caregivers, selfless grandmothers, badass sisters, loving wives, or your very best friend. What does "mama" mean to you?
Being a mama means helping to raise my kids to be the best they can become, and make the future a better place.
What change do you hope to see in the world through your business/ product/idea?
I hope to help others find joy in the journey, balance, peace, and hope for a brighter tomorrow.
Any advice to the next generation of #SuperheroMamas?
Stay focused on the why, it will get you through the rough and confusing times. Find joy in the journey.
If you could be any #superhero, who would it be & why?
I hope I can one day be more like my mother. She gave up her ambitions to put her kids and grandkids first, teaching us hard work, integrity, compassion, and lifting others up.