From the Desk of Clearissa Coward’s Command Center – Week-at-a-Glance
September 14 – September 18, 2015
Another week has passed and I a week at a glance. This has been a productive week. Some behind the scenes and also on my blog.
Thank you all for showing up every week and for following my projects. I wish I could explain to you how appreciated you are. In the meantime, please enjoy my posts for the week. So let’s get started for this past week, September 14 – September 18, 2015.
I am a professional organization and I can peruse an organization store or website for hours. I recently found the best website for kitchen cabinet and closet organization ever. I was so excited when I opened the website and I simply had to share.
This site has all you will ever need to organize or update your kitchens cabinets. There is a large selection of cabinet organizers, hardware and cabinet pulls, and all types of other items to make your kitchen or closet pretty and functional. Read the article in its entirety here.
Recently I had a very positive and productive thrifting weekend. I found some really good deals.
You can read the latest thrifting article here.
I shared with you how I up-scaled the four bar stools found during that thrifting trip. You can see the photos here. But now I have some time to have a little fun with some of the smaller thrifted items as well. For me, the purpose of thrifting, up-cycling or DIYing is to see just what can be done with something that others have no desire or use for any longer. All items are not old or worn out, some are simple household items, like jars, bottle, light fixtures, etc., that can be repurposed. That is what makes the process fun for me. Some of the crafts you will see below are from my thrifting trip on 8/15/2015 while other items that were hanging out in my project closet waiting for a little love.
Items like these candelabras below. They were not sets or even together when I picked them up at a local thrift store. They were globes for a hanging chandelier and candle holders that someone else thought was no longer useful. But I think this is a very cute little vignette. Basically, I took four separate items and turned them into a set.
All of the craft items you see here will be for sale very soon in my very own little online storefront. Stay tuned. You can read the entire article and see the pictures here.
How A Virtual Assistant (VA) Can Help Your Small Business
A full-service Virtual Assistant (VA) package includes the following and much, much more. With a VA, clients have the option to take advantage of as many or as few of the services they offered. This arrangement affords a small business the opportunity to tailor our business arrangement to their immediate need. A professional VA provides services, including but not limited to:
- scheduling appointments
- project coordination
- event planning
- spreadsheet development
- database management
- blogging, web research
- small business start-ups
- paying bills
- tracking invoices
- following up with clients for payment or feedback
- virtual file management
- developing in-house filing systems
- office/project management
- handling those duties you can no longer juggle
- freeing your time and energy for the things only you can do in your business
- being that silent business partner, confidant and sounding board for ideas and solutions
- researching opportunities that can bring more revenue into the business
- being your one to person to get things done or find someone who can handle those things you and your VA cannot do
Read the entire article and get all the tips here.
I hope you are enjoying the weekly posts and will come back next week for more Lifestyle articles including Organizing on a Budget, home refreshes, soulful life experiences, virtual assistant tips, Health & Beauty tidbits, and even Avon product updates.
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