Founder & Digital Creator
Farai Creative is a one-woman show (hi, that’s me – Molly). Powered by plants and empowered by purpose, I officially launched Farai Creative in October 2018, after working as a freelance marketer for a while.
You may have seen me over on my own blog at MFARAI.com or helping to organise an ethical community meetup at WA Ethical Collective. Between the hours of 9-5 in sunny Perth, Western Australia, you’ll find me right here.
Managing, strategising, and developing social media, website content, and branding is what makes me tick. It’s a big bonus that I get to do what I love for businesses who are changing our world for the better.
In fact, in all that I do, I’m committed to ensuring and advocating for a positive environmental and social impact during every humanly possible moment.
Things that also spark joy
- Plants. And gardening. Vegetables or natives, generally, but I’m not picky! There’s something very grounding about getting my hands into some soil.
- Herbal teas or soy lattes, depending on the day. I genuinely love meeting with my Perth clients at local cafes for a cuppa.
- Sustainable clothing and homewares. If you ever ask me where I got an item, be prepared for the entire story: from seed to the hands who made it, to how I plan to upcycle it, end-of-life!
- Cats. Yours. Mine. Other people’s. I’m partial to a cute puppy, too.
- Reducing my waste. Obviously that’s something that comes with the job but it’s also something that brings me great joy – to find new ways to help clean up our beautiful planet.
- Events, meetups, and local markets. I jump at the chance to attend anything in the ethical, eco, and conscious scene in Perth!
- Responsible travel. The beauty of my job is that I can and do work from anywhere! It’s part of my mission to pave the way for travel with purpose and I love a good conversation about others’ adventures.
Did you know...
Farai means ‘to rejoice‘ in Shona. It’s one of my middles names, given to me by a family friend. I love the happiness and hope it expresses, and it acts as a reminder for me to spread as much of that as possible, in all that I do.