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I have made a resolution to stop worrying about how often I can post here.. Maybe that will lessen the guilt. It's not that I don't want to, I do. I think about it a lot.... when I'm driving, when I'm at work, when it's 2 a.m., when I'm in a store, etc. All my at home computer time is spent racing the clock for my eBay store, dealing with problem orders (and February was the GRANDDADDY of the ALL), WY Worker's Comp stuff and other paperwork, marketing for various items, research and oh... sometimes I cook and clean house a little. Now it's Tax Time and I'm clueless. Apparently because my Son who has not been able to work for 10 years is my dependent and we have no money to obtain health insurance for him or anything else for that matter, I have to pay a "fine" that I have no money to pay either... which whips the eBay store listing, sourcing, customer cycle into even higher gear which leaves me with even less time to do legally required paperwork. I'm feeling pretty spun out.. I remembered that once upon a time I knew how to make an Amazon Store. I had wanted to get it up today, however I have ran out of time yet again. For the time being, clicking on the "Shop" tab will show you an Amazon and eBay link in case you need something. I'll keep at it.
Once again I have sailed through... two months without a post. Wow!
The whirlwind of eBay Holiday selling just took total control over my life and is still really doing it. Stock and price checks have gone from taking about 1 1/2 hours to nearly 4. It's crazier now than at any time during the Holiday push. Time consuming and intricate is this work. It's also not for the feint of heart. Customer relations over failed products can be testy and even more time consuming, however I'm very glad to have it. Feedback from several satisfied, happy, this is "just what I needed!" customers make it all worthwhile. And then there is the feedback from the Customer whose item I fell on at packaging prep.... couldn't fix it, had to cancel, she is not very understanding. The amazing thing to me is that it took her 6 weeks to post the feedback. I didn't know customers could wait this long to post feedback so it was a learning experience. In any event, I will be glad when stock and pricing return to normal so I can get on with finding and providing items that folks want rather than spending my time checking up on every item.
It seems like life is a lot like eBay. Details, checking things out, finding what we want, returning it because it just didn't work out, looking for more, comparing value, being ecstatic when we find what we want and it's perfect, every day looking to see if things are stable or if you have to change something, sometimes getting caught in a change and having to eat it and sometimes falling on it totally destroying it.
I wonder what St. Peter would say when I show up if I ask him what his feedback rating is? Just wondering.
Here's to a new NEW YEAR. I hope you all find what you are looking for and enjoy your search. You never know how many pennies short of a dollar your life may be!
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I just found this FREE book on Amazon. I'm not sure how long it will stay free. I did get it, haven't read it yet, wanted to get it posted while the book is FREE in case any of you were interested in doing this. You never know when this information may come in handy.
Although I sell my personal books on AZ, I have not yet taken my selling activities there any further than that however many folks that I know have transitioned from eBay selling to AZ and are very happy that they did.
Have a look and see. Maybe it's the "thing" that you've been looking for! Click HERE or on the book and it will take you right to the page. If you get the book, feel free to post your comments about it.
For some reason clicking on the pix won't redirect you to the article. Just click on the right tab or the left " from Food.com" and it will take you there. Thanks!
Once again I find that in spite of my best intentions to write in this blog at least once a week, there simply is not enough time in any one of my days to take that 2 or 3 minutes and focus so that I can. This seeming lack of time starts before I even get out of bed as I begin to hyperventilate and it follows me as I pack my breakfast and lunch (we moved to a new building too far from my home to go home for lunch now), make more coffee, check my internet sales for any issues and get in the truck to head to the 8-5 job IN FRONT of the school bus and not behind it. Work is a never ending flow of paperwork demands by people who did not plan well and figure that our Department should make up their time deficit… I can’t make up my own. So it’s non-stop there, working for “The Man” - a large International Conglomerate that recently bought our small company and is turning it into the expected Corporate vision of good little workers obediently and precisely obeying the time clock, each and every procedure to the letter, ratting on each other to find management favor, and working in a new open environment designed to strip away any possibility of privacy and the ability to take care of even the simplest personal matter. We are reminded now several times a week that we are on the “Company” time. It’s very difficult not to cut bait and run. The drive home is a complicated maze of choices depending on the traffic flow. I live 7 miles away and it takes ½ hr to get home. I left right at 5pm tonight, stopped for gas and it took me 1 full hour to get home. It didn't take me that long to get home when I lived 28 miles away from my workplace and had to drive a steep mountan pass. I don’t even live in a big city. I stop at any stores necessary on my way home, pick up the mail, lock myself in the garage, hit the head and get started on my other life within about 15 minutes and I stay pretty much in that chair sourcing and listing product, and marketing the Corporate items that I sell until about midnight except to briefly cook and try to figure out what I am taking tomorrow for breakfast and lunch. 2 or 3 nights a week I make myself watch 1 hr. of prerecorded TV series for a little break, try to be in bed by 12:30 a.m. and then it starts all over again. Weekends are not much different. In front of the computer by 9:00 a.m. and off at midnight trying to catch up on details that I just could not address during the week, any emergencies, customer issues or returns and to take a little training and work with a new exciting stress management tool that I have found. So…. Posting here will continue to be intermittent in spite of my best intentions.
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I'm not sure what exactly I was looking for this morning when I ran across this video. I opened the tab, did many other things and finally got around to watch it about 4 hrs. later.
I really have no idea where the time went, what I did for four hours or why I didn't just open it up and watch it to begin with. This amazing story may have some insight into my morning, maybe not however this is one heck of a story and one heck of an interesting point of view about our realities and our existence. She is brain scientist who suffered a stroke. You have to watch the whole thing... really... you do. One heck of a story!