The Little Things

The Little Things

Down time is really important when your business is starting up.  Especially when, in starting, your business is your side gig.  And you pour all your energy in to making your business successful, because it’s like your kid, and you’ve struggled to bring it about.  Your heart and soul is wrapped up in your business, because you know, with enough TLC, your business will no longer be your side gig.  Then you can quit your day job and start pouring all your time, not just your energy, into pushing your baby to it’s next peak. But not allowing yourself downtime can

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Silk and Static

Static

Yesterday, I commented in my blog that silk was anti-static.  This bears further explanation, especially as googling “silk anti static” will get you no where.  Or more specifically, it will get you many pages of how to discharge a static charge from your silk.  And it’s all good advice.  I think my favorite was from a physics blog, which shows silk has a moderate charge. But that’s not the whole story.  If you live in a dry area, like, for example, the high desert of Nevada, than silk tends to be very static-y.  There isn’t enough moisture in the air

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Rare Commodity

Rare Commodity--the Gorgeous Queen Latifah

I’m talking time.  Time is a rare commodity.  I always think I have all the time in the world, until suddenly, I don’t.  So with Hot Raqs approaching and Miss Fisher Con hot on it’s heels, I have to use my time wisely.  I have to pick which projects to move forward, and which to back burner until after these events. Now, a subtle part of my marketing is wearing clothes made out of the silks I sell.  Sort of a “This is what I made, what are you going to make?”  To that end, I am set for SCA

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