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.
Maggie is reorganizing now that Baby Bird has given notice.
Just because Maggie isn’t actively doing nails, doesn’t mean she’s not busy.
It really sucks when the thing you love makes you itch.
After complaining about bad clients, Maggie feels it’s only fair to acknowledge the many lovable ones.
Maggie says if she’d known then what she knows now about the business, she might have chosen a different career.
Maggie says a good tip only gets you so far with her.
Maggie reflects on people’s lack of common sense.
Maggie takes a moment to appreciate the swirl of activity around her.
Maggie’s going back to basics with her new trainee.
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