January 26, 2010
I moved to the fourth floor of a downtown office building a couple of months ago. Aside from the overall "cool" factor of being downtown, and having an office in a historic building with an awesome
December 16, 2009
As I begin my third week of work in my new "smallon" (that's my new word for a really small salon — think it'll catch on?), I am discovering the perils and pitfalls of opening a
December 4, 2009
When I closed my salon in 2007 I was already pretty sure I'd be back out on my own in a few years. Thing is, I swore to myself that the next time I opened my
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