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Sep 24, 2018
posted by: Kathleen Driggers, guest blogger
 
Flair Button Storage

I get a lot of questions about “bling” storage. If you’re a crafter or collector of any type, you’ve more than likely collected lots of stuff over the years. Our “bling” is stored in boxes, bins, on shelves and in drawers.

When stuff is scattered and stuffed all over, it’s easy to forget what you have. My hobby is collecting flair pins. And I have lots. I recently changed the way I store them - using a case-style three-ring binder -- and I’m sharing it here. I took a few pictures the other day so I could show you what works for me, and maybe it can help someone else, too...

 

 
 
Aug 30, 2018
posted by: Allison West
 
Portfolio binder

A professional portfolio was once the exclusive domain of those only in creative professions. Fresh out of college and armed with my advertising degree, I remember purchasing my first one from a local art supply store. The years went on and I updated it a few times, but it collected dust in my closet and remained largely forgotten until I needed it for another job interview.

Nowadays, any savvy professional should have a current professional binder portfolio. A well-presented career portfolio can serve as visual proof of the contributions you’ve made to your industry and...

 

 
 
Jul 12, 2018
posted by: Allison West
 
School Supplies

I picked quite a year to start first grade. Two weeks after my sixth birthday in July 1969, American Astronaut Neil Armstrong became the first human to set foot on Mars. Woodstock, arguably the most famous music festival of all time, took place on a New York farm for two days in August and attracted more than 400,000 fans. Manson, Nixon and Chappaquiddick made headlines.

For adults, it was a summer of free love, peace signs and long hair.

For me, it was the year I started school. With a Bobby Sherman lunch box in hand, and a book bag stuffed with...