Life As I Know It - Weekly Update #30 {Vlog}

It seems that every week is a busy week, and the funny thing is, I only worked 2 1/2 days this week.  Monday we were out in celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King's Birthday, then Tuesday was a workday, Wednesday was benchmark testing for Science all day, I taught on Thursday, and then we had inclement weather and worked half a day on Friday!  But what you don't know is all the in-between stuff.  There's always in-between stuff.

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I'm glad to say that on Thursday, the chiropractor released me from his services.  I have been going there after the wreck.  And I will say that going there was a blessing.  At the moment of the wreck I had a headache that didn't go away, not even with 800-1600 mg of Ibuprofen.  The limit is 2400 mg, but I don't like maxing out on meds; too many side effects.  Only until I went to the chiropractor did those blasting headaches go away.  Amazing!

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Since I got this Macbook, I've been obsessed with fulfilling these ideas I've been having about building upon the concept of what is "Artistic Expressions by Elisabeth."  To do that socially, you really do need the "right" equipment.  And for me, and what I do, having a Mac is a big component in the "right" equipment.

There's a lot of behind the scenes stuff that goes on with starting a business.  A lot of revamping, strategizing, and one day actually creating something.  Sometimes I think so linearly that it hinders me from creating what's also lingering in my head because I need to have things done in a certain order.  Trust me, I will be doing a post on how this process works for me.

Yesterday I was supposed to vend at an Arts Showcase, but due to the weather it was fortunately rescheduled.  I decided to make a vlog and a video.  A vlog about my day on yesterday and an actual video to show the items that will be taken to the show whenever I get the new date.

{The Vlog}

{The Video}


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  1. My husband loves those caramel mochas from McDonald's too! Glad the show was rescheduled.

  2. Hi Libby,
    I am glad the chiropractic care worked! I worked at a chiropractors office in my 20s and was amazed with what they can do. Putting chemicals, even just asprin, in my body makes me uneasy. There is so much that can be helped with the natural care of the spine!

    Great videos! I know that feeling when you are focused on something like a fabulous coffee that you have to have. :) I adore your photos. That is a great idea marketing them as frameable art as well as a greeting card. The harvest collection looks fabulous!!!!
    Have a great week ahead.

  3. Hello Libby, nice to hear you talk!

  4. life is all about coffee! Glad the show was rescheduled! Hope you sell out!!! ALL!


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