Three things that are the key to a more fulfilling life!

Go ahead, admit it.

You have missed the “Three for the Week” feature.

I know I have.

So it’s back and I promise I will introduce you to three great products made by members of our extended American family every week for the rest of your or my life.

My first pick of the week is the Heartburst Dress made by Myrrhia Fine Knitwear in Oakland, California.  Myrrhia makes women’s tops, women’s dresses, men’s sweaters and lots of accessories.  The clothing is made only with yarns and fibers that are grown and spun in the USA; each piece of clothing is made “using two sticks and/or a knitting loom.”  This knitwear is really cool.  The Heartburst Dress is truly unique.

Staying with the ladies, my second pick is something my wife would not be caught dead without, a hairdryer.  My wife has gone through more crappy Chinese hair dryers than I can count.  I am planning on buying her a CHI Turbo Hair Dryer.  CHIs are made by the Farouk company in Houston Texas and can be bought from salons.

Last, but certainly not least, is a nice U.S. made fleece jacket I found online.  King Louie makes great fleece, but I am always looking for other options.  It seems this jacket is only available in black.

I’m not sure what that emblem on the label is, but its soothing and visionary at the same time.

About Simply American LLC

I live in Seattle and love telling stories about Americans, the places where they work and the things that they make. I have just published a book, Simply American, encouraging Americans to purchase American made products; the book can be ordered at
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5 Responses to Three things that are the key to a more fulfilling life!

  1. Andy says:

    I don’t find the emblem soothing or visionary and I would suggest keeping your politics off your blog.

  2. hmhque says:

    I have a CHI Rocket hairdryer and it is made in Korea 😦

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