a quick update

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I have to admit, this week I feel a bit scattered, and I thought it might be nice to let you all in on what I’ve been working on and what I have coming up.

Jess LC

As I mentioned in the Pilgrim Post, I have started to take new actions to get the business to the next level. Some of those changes include interviewing PR firms, securing a credit line for Jess LC, getting official business insurance for the first time (an exciting new retailer I’m working with this summer requires it), finalizing the samples for the awesome new collection that includes the intention messages you all submitted, designing the fall collection, and talking to potential New York showrooms.

Phew. I’m tired just thinking about it. The best thing about these actions is that they put me in a state of “stretch” – doing new things I haven’t done before for the business. Which is both exciting and nerve-racking. But I’m going ahead anyways and I find that it’s not (always) as intimidating as it seems.

MML

As far as MML goes, we don’t have a DYL this week, but have an awesome one planned for next week. Tomorrow I plan to announce the new Dream Reporter(!!), and I personally will be heading to the great state of Ohio tomorrow afternoon to celebrate my grandpa’s 80th Birthday party for the weekend. I hope to also email all of the Dream Reporter applicants a personal letter talking about their dreams tomorrow morning.

If I happen to get to the End of the Week Exfoliation post for this weekend before I head out, all the better. But no promises.

Sometimes I just gotta do what I can and let that be enough. 🙂

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  1. KathrynwithaY

    Travel safe! Ohio is lovely this time of year (I’m biased, I’m from Ohio)

    While you are “stretching” with your business, remember to take time to focus on yourself! Its easier to move forward with a clear mind 🙂

  2. Niki

    Seems like your making a lot of moves in the right direction! Exciting 🙂

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