Monthly Archives: July 2012

Having a baby is just like starting or taking on a new project (or business), at least I would like to think that it is. Taking on new projects is not an entirely new concept to us women business owners. Although I am terrified on most days, feeling as if I’m staring down the barrel…

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Today, I’d like to introduce you to my co-workers: Roxie, the office manager. She’s the older of our two dogs and also the more “responsible” one. She brings a sort of calmness to the workday. Well, aside from moments when she gets ridiculously excited and sprints laps around the photo studio and dining room. Aubie,…

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Call it the curse of being a service entrepreneur and a creative professional. Throughout the past four years, I have been asked countless times if I can “just help out with a website” or “can we lower the price” of such and such. When I was first starting out (back in 2007), I was happy…

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I’ve been spending the past few days entertaining out of town family, two of which are visiting from Taiwan. Where do you take out-of-town guests when they come visit you in Atlanta? The Georgia Aquarium (and World of Coke), of course. Now, there are only so many times I can visit World of Coke, and…

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One of Atlanta’s greatest traditions, in my humble opinion, is the Peachtree Road Race. The world’s second largest 10K race, that takes place on the 4th of July every year. You run down Peachtree Road with 59,999 of your closest runner friends and celebrate with lots of food and music both along the race and…

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