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Growing up in the 70′s with three sisters, it was only natural to have an afternoon game of foursquare. My youngest sister would bring out the chalk, while I had the steadiest hand and was assigned to drawing the boxes. … Continue reading
Photo from: http://www.intellivisiongames.com/history.php I grew up in the 1980s with a tv that was encased in wood and had 12 numbers on a turn dial knob. I was excited when Atari, Intellivision, Beta and VHS came out. The sounds of Space Invaders and Frogger are still … Continue reading
I spent some time last night on a major real estate industry site - Realtor.com. I must say that I was shocked by the number of real estate agents who still use professional photos that appears to be the original professional photo … Continue reading
This poster was developed by the Camden Rockport Lincolnville Chamber of Commerce and the Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber of Commerce. It is so very important to shop locally, especially when the holiday season is upon us.
I start the day by looking at the to do list that I (hopefully) created the night before. And with multiple items on the list I tend to want to tackle all the small quick tasks. By starting out this … Continue reading
“First comes thought; then organization of that thought, into ideas and plans; then transformation of those plans into reality. The beginning, as you will observe, is in your imagination.” – Napoleon Hill Every new business starts with that thought, the … Continue reading
Guilty… I’ve written down notes, appointments, phone numbers and messages on the back of bank deposit slips, sticky notes and incoming mail. And when I need the information I struggle to remember or find that tiny piece of paper that I used … Continue reading