Maggie’s memory is shot after too many changes in the routine.
Back-to-school means a lot of appointment-switching, but Maggie doesn’t mind.
Maggie has been disappointed by the techs she’s referred her clients to.
Maggie worries that consumers are tuning out professional advice from their techs.
Maggie feels no pity for last-minute reschedulers.
Maggie says new techs should be more realistic when it comes to setting their prices.
Maggie is frustrated by the lack of consumer education about MMA.
Maggie has a new strategy for taking time off.
Maggie is bugged by clients who try to finish her sentences for her.
Maggie is grateful to the clients who play therapist to her on occasion.
Maggie’s newbie employee has left and now she needs to find a replacement.
Maggie wants to know why there are so few well-stocked distributors in her area.
Maggie is not on board with the concept of a “free” hand.
Some fellow “nail nerds” are paying Maggie a visit.
Maggie needs to figure out how to add staff members without overcrowding her 300-square-foot salon.
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