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We Made It!

December 19, 2015

What a fantastic close to the season. Of course, I know that Christmas is still nearly a week away, but in online retail, by this point it is the equivalent of an empty sidewalk.

{If you are late to the game, don’t worry! Today is the last day for standard shipping across the continental US and Western Canada. We also have emailed gift certificates available throughout next week!}

I never quite remember what I share online vs. what I am feeling personally or sharing with friends. I also never know what the perception is, or how any messages are being received. Running a small, family business is challenging, flexible, exciting, and emotionally taxing. It is a great gift, and I never would have dreamed of it! But, I’m also ready for a true break.

I am excited to be taking the holidays “off”; a break from facebook advertising, instagram posting, blogging, and strategizing. A mental break, to devote attention to my family, my personal sanity, and the peace of the season.

Have a very, very Merry Christmas! Thank you all so very much for joining us in this journey to shop good, make meaningful purchases, and connect with other people in the world.

I wish you peace & joy this season, and I will see you in the new year!

 

  


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