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Last updated on May 11th, 2010 at 01:34 pm
Last week I had burning plans to create some space and organize my beading insanity work space. I could have sworn the cabinet that I talked about using was still sitting in the garage. I swear it was there a few weeks ago. It only took 5 minutes searching and my husband and I suddenly realizing that we gave it to my brother and his wife 6 months ago.
I’ve done that with small stuff, like a favorite worn-out sweater that I gave to Goodwill, but misplaced furniture is a first for me. We did end up finding a solution, but I’ll catch you up on that in a future post, after it’s in my hands and I can take pictures to share.
I did get to work on something this week that needed to get done for the ecommerce site. I worked on naming my jewelry. Yes, I named them. I had been throwing around the idea to use themes to describe the pieces. “Element Goddess” sounds much more enticing than “multistrand bead necklace with lampwork bead” – that stuff will be in the description.
What made the process fun was my son getting involved. The kid is very creative and when I said “Do you want to help me name my jewelry?” he was all in. Some very fun and funky names were thrown around, “Comet Trail” and “Emerald Fantasy” are just a few. Throw in an online thesaurus and we were on a roll. You’d be amazed (or maybe not) what comes out of a 14 year old boys head. We named all the pieces that are completed and will be photographed soon. Naming them will make keeping track of inventory so much more fun.
Let your sparkle shine, its there to share – Heather
(Heather’s dream is to have multiple streams of income, starting with launching an e-commerce website that showcases her one-of-a-kind designer jewelry, which are crafted by her)
Heather Montgomery is a fitness writer, triathlete, and serial entrepreneur who is devoted to sharing what she has learned about becoming a triathlete after age 40. She uses her Metabolic Training Certification to help other women struggling to get fit in mid-life. She lives and trains in Santa Rosa, California, the new home of the Ironman triathlon. You can find her biking the Sonoma County wine trails.
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