1. Three Mixing Bowls 2. Mini White Shimmer
It's funny, up until this point the things that have made me feel most like a real business aren't the Etsy sales or wholesale accounts, the customer service ups and downs, or even the products themselves, but the things that make me feel most like a mini factory, with product to move and sales to make and work to generate, are the boxes of bulk packing supplies currently sitting in my office. I know, that's weird. But, I'm going to let you in on a little secret I don't like spending money, and at the end of last week I finally bit the bullet and bought my first bulk anything for English Muffin.
I love this print series from Montreal illustrator Paule Trudel Bellemare, Girls + Dogs!
Good Monday morning! I hope you had a fabulous weekend. Mine started with a super sweaty hot yoga class on Friday night, it was just what I needed after a week parked in front of my computer. Saturday and Sunday we spent working on projects around the house. It was a bit of a painting marathon on Sunday, but some long overdue projects are finally getting the attention they deserve.
I know that Music Mondays fell off the radar for a little while, but I couldn't think of a better way to start the week than this little ditty from Montreal duo, Chromeo. Enjoy!
Have a great day!
1. Vintage Children's coat 2. Primitive Wooden Wagon
1. Bus in the Snow print 2. Map Notebook
1. Surfboard Paper Cut 2. Blue Circle Clock
I've been in Montreal for a couple months now, and I thought this would be a good time to check in and do a little self-reflection on where I am at right now with English Muffin and this new working at home situation.
1. Call Your Folks print 2. Don't Stop Believin' print
1. Fox and Forest Studs 2. Lovely Lincoln