Hang Out Like You Mean It

July 18, 2014

Feel Good Friday
With National Hammock Day around the corner, it's time to hang with the most perfect travel companion known to man. Whether exploring the red dirt roads of Uganda, or trekking the jungles of Costa Rica, a hammock is what you need at the end of the day. 
End of Day
Take a snooze, read a book, or just let your mind wander. That's where our idea for Taaluma Totes came to be--in a hammock under this Muvule tree in Nyendo, Uganda:
Uganda Hammock
There's one sacred day designated to kicking back in a hammock and that day is quickly approaching, so get your hammocks ready for National Hammock Day on July 22nd!

Kicking Back

Here's to kicking back and Feeling Good -- 'cause after all it's Friday!

-Jack & Alley, Co-Founders

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