In life, we each have our own personal style that makes each of us unique and special.
In business, we call that branding. Instead of defining an individual, we want to take these ideas and apply them on a slightly larger scale. This helps others, especially potential clients/customers, to be able to recognize our business easily.
Here are five ways you can do that.
In our fast paced society, sometimes it can be rather difficult to relax. I count myself as very lucky, as I have several tried and true relaxation methods.
My favorite ways to relax are listening to music and/or reading, sometimes both at the same time. Or even better, a warm and frothy bubble bath! However, this article suggests many other ways to relax as well.
Let's get right to the first of my new things to come - a photo tutorial! Today, I'm bringing you the pictures from me making a brand new soap scent. It's called My Main Squeeze from Wholesale Supplies Plus, but I'm calling the finished soap Star of the Show. Can you guess why?
I found this great idea while browsing some old blog posts I had bookmarked. It seemed like a great idea to wrap up the year by examining what things happened. So I modified a few questions, compiled a couple of lists together, brainstormed a bit, and came up with the following list. I'm applying my answers specifically to my business life, but it works with personal life too.
Last week, I opened up my mailbox and found a box inside, addressed to me. I pulled it out and looked at it, wondering what it could be, because I hadn't ordered anything. The return address was from Bellingham....I don't think I know anything in Bellingham. Wait a minute...Bramble Berry is in Bellingham! I didn't order anything from Bramble Berry though, so what could it be?
Only one thing to do, and that's open it and find out!
My days are pretty full. If you remember from the How to Balance Home, Work, and Social Lives post, I schedule my days to be as productive as possible. Many times, during productions, this scheduling more or less goes out the window. Let's go behind the curtain and see what it's like to be a performer.
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