Okay, friends. Let's have a chat. The direct sales spam needs to stop. Today I logged into Facebook to find I had been added to yet another group and "invited" to Like a page for a company I had never shopped by a person I didn't know. For me, these actions are a quick route to the "unfriend" . . .
Archives for June 2018
For both company representatives and customers, the price of a product is a sticking point. As you increase price, the amount of thought a customer puts into that purchase also increases--which can make it feel hard to sell. But let me tell you why I feel like the focus is on the wrong . . .
Someone once quoted to me that boys are noise with dirt on it. I don't usually like to generalize gender like that, but in my house this happens to be very true. I have three sons: Max (6), Theo (4), and Ben (almost 2). As I'm sitting here writing, Max and Theo are alternating between coloring . . .
When you fall in love with a product, you want to shout it from the rooftops. OMG HAVE YOU TRIED THESE AMAZING MAGIC PANTS? THEY'RE THE BEST BUY THEM NOW GO GO GO. But you know what? Your magic pants might be someone else's leg prisons (aka how I refer to real pants). Not everyone is going to . . .
Depression is being colorblind and constantly being told how colorful the world is (Atticus). People think depression is sadness. They think it is crying all the time. They think it is visible. It's not always. The reality of depression is that it's insidious and hides and whispers horrible things . . .