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How long does shipping take?
Hey, we know it's an Amazon Prime world, but we are of the mentality that all good things come to those who wait. Because each shirt is printed exclusively for you, this may take 7-10 days. Your shirt will go to production within a few days, and you will receive an email or text when it ships, depending on which option you chose at checkout. 

No, it's not coming from China and no, we are nothing like some of the other t-shirt companies taking your money while you wait months. 

Waiting too long? Contact us and we will look into it. 

*Please note orders to the UK take longer. 

What is your return policy?

Because each shirt is printed exclusively for you, we apologize, but we don't offer returns unless a product is defective. This must be done within 30 days of purchase. Contact us to get started on your return. 

Why don't you have a phone number?
We felt the best way for us to offer great customer service was to be available as much as possible. These days, email seems to do the trick much more quickly. So, fill out our form, or email us and we will make sure to promptly respond. If you need to speak with someone from our team after that, we will happily call you.  

What is this spoon thing?
If you have no idea what a spoonie is or why we keep talking about being out of spoons, check out this article to learn about the spoon theory. We all have those days where we run out of spoons. Whether it is life, or even just getting out bed, it's ok to be out of spoons. 

Do you donate any profits?
Absolutely! We believe strongly in giving back and raising awareness. A portion of the profits from every single item is donated to research and awareness for several invisible disabilities. 

What does your name mean?
This idea - or rebirth of an old passion - came from a conversation with one of my absolute favorite people on earth. And, he lives 546 miles away from me. Call him my muse, if you will. Read more about my story.  

What are some invisible illnesses? 
There are just too many to list. Many people with invisible illnesses don't look sick. Lyme Disease, Endometriosis, Lupus, Anxiety, Diabetes, ADD, PCOS, Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Autism, Depression, Multiple Sclerosis and Chrohn's Disease are just a few examples.