"Pearls are at the heart of an oyster"
Tracey shares some reflections from her first collaborative exhibition, on trying new things, building new supplier relationships and expanding creatively and artistically through connection. In this blog post you'll learn more about the story behind MISS MAIA's first commissioned and exhibited pieces, Whānau of Light, how to get your hands on some exclusive MISS MAIA + OYSTER MOON accessories and how you might like to engage us for your own commissioned design piece.
Resilience and adapting to change
Recently Tracey was asked to speak at an online event about the topic of 'Resilience and Adapting to Change'. This blog is a written version of this talk and highlights the three key moments of resilience in her business journey so far. Resilience teaches us so much about ourselves, and the lessons of resilience help us grow as individuals and as business owners. Check out the blog!
Don't die with your music still in you
The vision for MISS MAIA (our why):
To help others (re)connect with their culture and turangawaewae - to help others feel strong in who they are - to ignite their inner power, authority and expression - to help others feel complete.
Nurturing MISS MAIA full-time
Read about Tracey's experience taking MISS MAIA full-time during a global pandemic. Tracey shares her experiences, challenges, some opportunities and insights as she transitioned her creative side hustle into her dedicated full-time mahi (work/job/employment). If you're curious about how others have made the transition from side-hustle to main-hustle, this blog post is for you!