In a perfect world, Women's Equality Day wouldn't even be a thing. On August 26, 1920 women in America were first legally given the right to vote. Fifty years later, Congress commemorated the day by designating August 26th as Women's Equality Day. The observance of Women’s Equality Day not only commemorates the passage of the 19th Amendment, but also calls attention to women’s continuing efforts toward full equality. Workplaces, libraries, organizations, and public facilities now participate with Women’s Equality Day programs, displays, video showings, or other activities. Joint Resolution of Congress, 1971 Designating August 26 of each year as Women’s Equality Day WHEREAS, … Continue reading Women’s Equality Day
Eight weeks ago, I made the big decision to give up sugar. I have Autoimmune Metaplastic Atrophic Gastritis, a condition where my immune system attacks the cell walls of my stomach and leads to digestive problems. Because of my diagnosis, I became a modified Paleo eater about three years ago, meaning my meals mainly consist of fresh vegetables, fruit, organic grass-fed meats, broth, and no grains, dairy, gluten or processed sugars. But though my diet had kept my symptoms at bay for three years, I still felt sugar had a hold over me. That's because I'd still make raw desserts … Continue reading Give Up Sugar For 8 Weeks?
Before you know it, the holiday hustle will have begun. Now is the time to look around you and take stock of your surroundings in order to be ready! Do you have plenty of supplies for your business? Not just creative supplies, think cleaning, packing and shipping. Are you offering gift wrapping? A great way to add value to your product is to offer gift wrapping for your customers. If gift wrapping is part of your service, make sure you are ready for it! One great way to get ready for the holiday rush is to do a bit of … Continue reading Clear Clutter Before The Holiday Rush
This savory seasoned rice recipe from wifemomgeek.com is one of our favorites! We have rice several times a week so it's nice to mix things up! It's subtle enough that the whole family likes it, even my picky eater! Yesterday, I made spicy pork chops for dinner, and we needed a side with great flavor that wouldn’t overpower the chops. This rice turned out perfectly, so I’m sharing it with you today!Normally, we prefer a low-carb side, like the savory riced cauliflower that I shared a couple of months ago. But since we we’ve been eating down the pantry, the … Continue reading Savory Seasoned Rice
Want to know how to take great product pictures? In order to convey the awesomeness of your creations, you need great pictures. This post will share tips on how to take great product pictures. 1. Be sure to set aside enough time to get the job done. Any job that is rushed is probably not going to be your best work. It makes sense that if you want to get great results, you have to put some time into it. Try to make this time uninterrupted. Pets and children should be otherwise occupied! 2. Gather all your products to be … Continue reading How To Take Great Product Pictures