Thursday Mini Suitcase Rummage at the Old Museum

Was a very last mini thing, got a message Tuesday from my sister asking if Thursday night we could do the thing at the Old museum were and few ppl were playing (Link)
Even though it was not a very successful night only a few sales it was one of thoughts thing were it was all about the experience.  The old museum is a beautiful backdrop to set everything up and the music was great. I was just happy to sit out on the balcony with the cool breeze and chilling to the music being played. If only I had enough for a glass of wine it would have been perfect. I have to say thanks to the ppl from Pear and the Awkward Orchestra for inviting us and for a lovely evening. (Apart from the drunk guy that was hitting on me and spilt wine on my sisters furry toys and owl.. Shame on you!)

my lovely stiching work!

Esberts new Bunny creations

we had fariy lights and everything.

I also want to leave you with this blog post from Seth Godin
I have been looking up stuff to blog about for out product website (Rossini archtectural products). And stumbled onto this post that I though was very relevent. 

"The world's worst boss
That would be you.
Even if you're not self-employed, your boss is you. You manage your career, your day, your responses. You manage how you sell your services and your education and the way you talk to yourself.
Odds are, you're doing it poorly.
If you had a manager that talked to you the way you talked to you, you'd quit. If you had a boss that wasted as much as your time as you do, they'd fire her. If an organization developed its employees as poorly as you are developing yourself, it would soon go under.
I'm amazed at how often people choose to fail when they go out on their own or when they end up in one of those rare jobs that encourages one to set an agenda and manage themselves. Faced with the freedom to excel, they falter and hesitate and stall and ultimately punt.
We are surprised when someone self-directed arrives on the scene. Someone who figures out a way to work from home and then turns that into a two-year journey, laptop in hand, as they explore the world while doing their job. We are shocked that someone uses evenings and weekends to get a second education or start a useful new side business. And we're envious when we encounter someone who has managed to bootstrap themselves into happiness, as if that's rare or even uncalled for.
There are few good books on being a good manager. Fewer still on managing yourself. It's hard to think of a more essential thing to learn."

1 comment:

  1. hello LOVED this quote. my sister just introduced me to his posts and they are quite the wake-up call aren't they?