CORAL SPRINGS, FL – While many since the first signs of the pandemic in March have hunkered down, gathered survival supplies and prepared for the apocalypse, Miami Beach native and Parkland resident Lori Kitaygorodsky decided to broaden her entrepreneurial horizons and began an online venture called Memento Mori Life (www.mementomorilife.com).
Shortly after the death of her 96-year-old father this past April, Lori (also the communications director for Make Our Schools Safe) experienced a period of inward and personal reflection about life and its meaning. Her experience of loss propelled her forward with a renewed sense of spirit for life, and Memento Mori Life was created.
Memento Mori is a daily reminder that life is fleeting and should be lived in the present with passion and purpose.
Her line includes tees, tanks, sweats, and accessories for both men and women who want to express themselves through their clothing.
Just in time for the holidays, for the person who has everything, or even to gift yourself, Memento Mori Life is offering 20% off all purchases made before Dec. 6.
Just use the code at www.mementomorilife.com: THANKYOU
Memento Mori works closely with MakeATeeOnline, a Coral Springs-based design, printing, and promotional items company.
MakeATeeOnline Owner Meryl Katlin said: We are excited when people share with us their MementoMori stories. We seek out artists, designers, and dreamers.
MementoMoriLife.com is a store with products that not only are meaningful to Lori but to so many others in the world.
Call the MakeATeeOnline team at 954-753-7287.
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