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Blogging Made Easy with Trello

Filed under Education, Organization

Do you want to be a blogger who actually blogs consistently? We KNOW that we are supposed to be consistent, but it just didn’t happen for me…until I used Trello! This post breaks down my blogging process using Trello. It also demonstrates how I manage the dance between my assistant and me. We delegate to each […]

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It’s OK to Take a Rest!

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It’s OK to Take a Rest! It is the LAST week of the year and isn’t it amazing how much your life has slowed down? Baaahaha! Mine hasn’t either! BUT, as of today, I am jumping off the “doing stuff” train! You need to jump off that train, too:) It doesn’t have to be this week, […]

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How to Organize for Furniture Market

Filed under Education, Quick Reference Guides

How to Organize for (and Get the Most Out of!) Furniture Market With High Point Furniture Market around the corner and other local furniture markets happening, I want to give you some tools to see the “right” things- AND remember and organize what you saw! Trust me, there are some really great blog posts out there […]

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Interior Design Fees

Filed under Business Goals, Clients, Education, Office

Interior Design Fees I remember when I first started designing, I was so embarrassed to give my fee structure to potential clients. I just couldn’t OWN it! I would beat around the bushes until I HAD to give my fee. UGH! Not only did I hate talking about my fees, but I also didn’t understand how […]

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Travel: Inspiration for Your Designs

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Travel: Inspiration for Your Designs It is that time of year…SUMMER! Summer is filled with time- time to travel and get design inspiration and time to reboot.  In fact, I wrote about Travel Inspiration in a blog post last year at this same time! Well, this year, my travel is my MOVE to INDIA! I actually […]

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