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My New Hero

December 9, 2011  | Blog Post

Only a couple of weeks ago now, an e-mail arrived in my inbox with a link to a blog and very little other information, but the e-mail came from a trusted colleague and the link looked interesting.

Keywords: nail tech issues  

The Scam

October 7, 2011  | Blog Post

So, we (the BF and I) cook. I mean, neither of us are in danger of any Iron Chef titles mind you, but we are constantly reminded by the people we are surrounded by that we

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If You Build It ...

September 16, 2011  | Blog Post

... you might be sitting in it for a long time before they come. I always find myself wondering why people decide to go to nail school. So many people do it for so many reasons. Many of

Keywords: money   nail tech issues  

Losing at Monopoly

September 14, 2011  | Blog Post

I spend the weekend thinking so many great thoughts for blogging, then the week starts over and I sit here wondering what all those ideas were. Someone really ought to start keeping notes — not me

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Watering the Lawn With Crazy

July 22, 2011  | Blog Post

So I was reading the comments left on the "Perfect Timing" post a few days ago (and it never ceases to boggle my mind which posts will collect so many comments while others go unnoticed) and I

Keywords: nail tech issues   professionalism  

What Are We? In Second Grade?

July 20, 2011  | Blog Post

Look, I have a huge issue with finding my photos out there with someone else taking credit for the work shown in them. And I'm still struggling to decide how I feel about my photos being

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Perfect Timing

July 15, 2011  | Blog Post

It was 1996. Her name was Denise, she worked at the Holiday Inn, and she's the only person who's ever broken a nail by stapling it. I don't see nearly as much talk about timing these days

Keywords: nail tech issues   salon services  

Repeating Myself

July 12, 2011  | Blog Post

I see most clients every two to three weeks ... which means they also see me every two to three weeks. This is a good amount of time to put between visits with most people. It

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Up for the Challenge

April 19, 2011  | Blog Post

I just said good bye to my last client and, as I was cleaning up my station and dusting off my pants to settle in for the short break I'd been looking forward to, heard myself

Keywords: clients   nail tech issues  

Half a Mind to Shave My Head

March 17, 2011  | Blog Post

Seriously. I loathe shopping at CosmoProf. I'm not thrilled with the experience Sally's offers. And I don't even go to that place that used to be Maly's.Which leaves me with few — no, pretty much NO

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Craig and His List

January 18, 2011  | Blog Post

For the poor girl's sake, I am not going to include her contact info, but check out this post I found on our local Craigslist:"Hiiii(: My name is Ashley i am 17 years old && im

Keywords: nail tech issues   professionalism  

Quality Vs. Quantity

December 17, 2010  | Blog Post

Just to finish (as if I'll EVER finish this subject!) my thoughts about the ludicrous-osity (it's a word now!) of the way our schooling and licensing works, not only does the cosmetology program in California only

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Bad Math

December 15, 2010  | Blog Post

This year we became Disneyland annual passport holders. Disneyland is — on a good trip—about a 3-1/2 hour drive for us, and I am determined to make our purchase worthwhile by making one weekend trip per

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This Ain't No Yard Sale!

December 13, 2010  | Blog Post

I am exhausted. And famished. I haven't even had time to drink my pumpkin spice latte today. Don't worry, I still like it after it's been sitting on the corner of my desk for eight hours.

Keywords: clients   nail tech issues  

Why I'm Not a Brain Surgeon

December 1, 2010  | Blog Post

I don't believe in "nail emergencies." There's no such thing, and if it really is that bad, then you need a doctor, not a nail tech.I like that my job comes with a very low responsibility

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