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I sure do! As far back as I can remember, my parents traveled somewhere during the summer for a week. It was a respite for them from a boring, production line job for my mom who would have loved to be home - sewing, cooking, crocheting, knitting, or anything creative rather than sitting in one place all day do a repetitive motion all day. Yes, she did take pride in doing that job well, but I know she looked forward to weekends and vacations. The first time I was ever inside a factory of any kind was when I was taking a college class for teachers. It was to help us see how school and factories were connected and to help us know better how and what to teach. As I watched the workers on the ass
Ooh, a Crafternoon Tea! Such fun! Fancy china, delicate cookies, delicious scones, and miles of smiles! My upline, DixieSue, plans these and invites me. We craft all morning and into early afternoon....adding artistic looking napkins to canvas, making shaker cards, practicing watercoloring, getting a preview of new products, going ah-ha! We learn new techniques, practice old tricks, and make new friends. THEN....!!!!! We move to different tables dressed in tablecloths and set with delicate REAL china and piled high with delectable goodies! Looks like we have been transported to the UK or maybe even to a castle. Ms. Susan knows just how to make this special! Never been to a tea? Then you need
Social media is one of the best marketing tools out there: you can grow and reach a large audience with content and ads, and people who like and/or follow you are your fans, so they’re already your target group. However, people can be resistant to selling on these platforms. They see sites like Facebook, Instagram and Twitter as places to share content and interact with friends, families—and nowadays, brands. You really have to approach this the right way or you could alienate your audience, causing them to unfollow or unlike you because they expect a two-way conversation and engaging content, not to be marketed to. It’s also important to clarify that social selling doesn’t mean advert
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Even my cat is searching for just the right ribbon - black organza! She LOVES ribbon! I don't know if she smells it or hears the ribbon and cardboard together, but I don't think I have ever gotten out a piece of ribbon without her insisting on helping to measure it! Anyone else have this kind of helper? I even cover it up as you can see, but she finds it! If I tie a piece to a chair she doesn't want it. It must be loose and it must be something that I don't want her to have. LOL. Everybody in your neighborhood should be stamping as much fun as it is! Potluck lunch, muffins for brunch, coffee and a card and chat, all day cropping/stamping day, Saturday retreat, weekend retreat. I mean you wil
Create the Most Effective Social Media Marketing Plan There’s a vast sea of social media information out there. Experts are everywhere and there are just so many opinions on best practices and tactics. Not only that, but the platforms themselves are constantly changing, whether it’s adding new features, increasing character limits or otherwise changing the rules. That’s why I’ve created this guide to help you understand how to set social media goals for 2020. This article is especially good for you if you’ve never taken stock of your marketing campaigns or created objectives. Throughout this process, it’s really important to be honest about your successes and failures. It’s okay to admit tha