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My name is June smith , owner and founder of TAJJ Cosmetics...Our company specializes in cosmetics designed specifically for women of color. One of our greatest product is the Incredible Corn Concealer that's used to conceal discoloration on toes after callus removal. Women are exposing their toes and stepping with confidence because of this amazing product. Check us out on yutube and listen watch the video. We ship worlwide. Visit us on facebook at tajj cosmetics.
Mary Brown here. I'm relatively new to the BBWO network and haven't had much time to look around.
I run a photography and graphic design business in the NJ/NY area... Mary B. Photography & Design. I mainly photograph portraits and events (all forms of celebrations including weddings), but cover a wide range when necessary. As a designer I spent the past 14yrs a magazine associate art director. Currently my work includes all printed material including logo design, promotional materials, book covers and also blog design.
Thanks for the opportunity and I look forward to networking with a lot of fantastic people.
Hey all you wonderful ladies!
My name is Tamay and I have and support two businesses. The first is a W2S Marketing where I consult with you to make sure your brand presence is consistent on and offline. I also do training so you have a better understanding for yourself what social media is and how you can best use it.
The second is WHO?Bags International. Here we strive to acknowledge women for the greatness that they are through bags that are hand stitched with an embroidered message. One of my favorite expressions is This can be done. And I can do it. Really. Check us out if you want to give a unique gift. For those of you in Atlanta we will be at the NAWOSBnetworking meeting giving away a free bag. Join us!
I have visited some and the sites and am blown away by the creativity of the women here. Keep on keepin' on!
Hello BBWO Community, Rickey here. It has been a while since visiting this fantastic group. I always learn good "stuff" when I do connect. I work actively with a Business and Training support company and we provide many ways to help you promote your business, many at no cost. Give us a visit and say hello. Have most fantastic days,
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Azalee Eshe- blogger and soon to be author/t-shirt creator- Vegan Blabs is my blog- veganblabs.blogspot.com
Vegan Blabs is a blog that discusses the experiences of many vegans as well as offering tips on healthy living. Vegan Blabs is an opinionated forum that encourages feedback and interaction- so check it out and follow me!
You can also visit me on FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Vegan-Blabs/130154170397314
Hello everyone. I wish all of you ladies continued success. Remain strong and hopeful.
Why Does it Have to Be So Hard?
I am very supportive of others. Tell me what you are trying to do and I will try to help. What information or resources I don’t have, I will try to find for you or at least point you in the right direction, find someone that can help you. I am one of these people that find it very difficult to ask anyone to do anything for me, I am not a sales person, and I don’t push my opportunities or products on anyone. I share and try to show the value. Often times that works. What I don’t like is so many people that want you to get into business with them, you sign up, make the purchase and they disappear. There is little training and no support. On top of that, when you share your business or anything you would like to have support for, the people that you supported are MIA.
We have to learn how to support each other. Circulate the dollars and resources within. This is too much of an individualistic society. Who truly makes it alone? We have to help one another. It does not have to be a huge chunk of money. We can help each other with referrals, office equipment or other needed supplies; we can donate different things that someone may need to operate their business. IF you have a great skill that may be of great benefit to someone do some bartering, something.
And when it comes to charity, it is just has hard. I have been trying to collect clothing for a local shelter for months. I got one person to donate clothing. Another organization I support sends shoes to Liberia. I have not gotten one pair of shoes. I am collecting for a local pregnancy org that helps teen and pregnant women, I have not received one can of formula or diapers…I know that times are difficult. I am struggling. But I share when I can. It does the heart good to help. Even if it is one pack of socks to a battered women shelter. One box of baby wipes to a pregnancy program, a couple cans of vegetables to a homeless shelter. I am finding just how difficult it is. I thought it would be a lot easier. You care you Give. That is what I do. I don’t get it but I will not be discouraged. I will continue to do what I am supposed to do and donate when I can and educate and encourage others. You never know when you or someone you love may be in need.
I am in the process of offering evening and weekend childcare. Akron Ohio area.
· NightLight for Lil Angels Care~
I would like to provide evening and weekend care for babies. Most mothers today have to return to work after 6 to 8 weeks. The days of staying home 3 months to a year or longer are over in today’s tight economy. This service would be helpful for those who work evenings/nights or who need a break for shopping, appointments on weekends or for a weekend get-a-way.
Donated clean, safe, working cribs, high chairs, play pins, strollers etc….would be very much appreciated. I am trying to get started with “half “ a shoe string budget.
The Family That Gives
Kimberly L. Edge