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My Pursuit of Happiness

January 23, 2017

If there’s anything I learned living on the third rock from the sun is that most things don’t go the way that one imagined. In fact, if a plan does go as scheduled, it’s a bigger shock.

The last two years taught me that a business either makes your passion grow more or squashes the dream. Kind of like moving in with your partner or friend – either you make a compromise or you don’t. It’s simple as that.

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Obligatory Statement of New Year’s Resolution

January 3, 2017

Every year should be a year to learn from your trials and hurdles!

As I mentioned in a previous post, I started vending at a farmer’s market. I learned that people like my baking and I would do even better if I had an actual location. After the election, it seems nothing is a sure bet though.

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My Farmers Market Adventure

September 2, 2016

Like I said in my previous post, there isn’t really an instruction book on how to open a food business. So I started vending at the Upper Merion Farmers Market this summer. Of course, I learned a lot. Yes, mistakes were made. Of course, they were not devastating or I wouldn’t be here blogging. I’d probably be crying in my car with the lights off.

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