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Importance of Using the Right Planner

Earlier this week we had Ashley Shelly Trotier on the podcast to talk about her planners and how she built a business around how to “Create Your Best Days”.  One of the features or pages from her planner that I absolutely LOVE is her creative spread.  This two page worksheet shows up for every single […]

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Finding Time to Create

Let’s face it, we are busy people.  Life has a tendency to get in the way, responsibilities pile up and time flies by.  It’s not fun, but it happens.  What we want to do doesn’t always match up with what we have to do.  However, if we play our cards right, we may be able […]

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Bullet Journal – Suzanne’s Thoughts

After my podcast interview with Helen Colebrook from Journal with Purpose, I couldn’t help but pick up a bullet journal or 10.  The first one I purchased with the Rhodia Webnotebook on Amazon.  It has a hard bound cover and I absolutely LOVE IT! Plus, I picked up 8 more of the soft cover Rhodia […]

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Why Your Business Should Be Planning for the Holidays Now

On Friday’s podcast, we talked about the importance of planning for the holiday season now!  If you are a stamp company, shop owner or crafter who is planning on selling cards at the holiday fairs, you should have started your planning by now.  Before you break out the pitchforks because I said the “C” word […]

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Swallow Your Fear of Failure

Happy Contentment There is a happy little place in all our hearts that makes us feel all warm and fuzzy inside.  We feel safe.  Possibly mildly confident in our complacency.  No fears of failure.  Just happy contentment.  This is also referred to as stagnant or comfort zone.  Finding and having a happy place or comfort […]

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A New Focus

It has been a wild and crazy month and a half in the world of Suzanne.  I have sold my business, grew our podcast community and gained a few new partners in the process. (More on that tomorrow)  Honestly, I thought for sure I was going to be able to take a couple of weeks to […]

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