Creative July Update

Jul 20

Creative July Update

I haven’t been as creative as I’d have like during the month of July. I’ve been playing with some tangle art in a sketchbook and ordered some zentangle tiles from an Etsy store, but most of my creativity has all been with the businesses in mind. I’ve created videos, blog posts and quote posters for the Etsy store, but nothing really out of my...

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Work Together – Jobs for Couples – Available Now on Amazon

Jul 18

Work Together – Jobs for Couples – Available Now on Amazon

Scott and I moved to Texas two years ago because we wanted to do something not many couples get a chance to do – work together. It can be both frustrating and satisfying, but there’s nothing like being able to work with your spouse and truly be partners in everything you do. Did you know that theme parks, resorts, and storage facilities all hire couples...

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Cameron Park and the Bosque River, Waco, TX

Jul 15

Cameron Park and the Bosque River, Waco, TX

One of the most beautiful places in Waco is Cameron Park. One section of the park is called Mouth of the Bosque. Another section is called Lover’s Leap. Visitors can look down onto the river from this overlook atop a white rocked bluff. Cameron Park is named for William Cameron, a resident of Waco. The park was dedicated in 1910. The park sits along the Bosque...

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Coryell Museum and Historical Center, Gatesville, TX – Spur Capital of Texas

Jul 13

Coryell Museum and Historical Center, Gatesville, TX – Spur Capital of Texas

We’ve spent a lot of time in Gatesville recently. We actually looked at buying a house there to have as an escape from our job at the ranch and as a home base for our travels. After our trip to Belton we went back to Gatesville to meet with a realtor and look at some properties, then decided to visit the local museum for Coryell County. We found out that...

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Belton Lake and the Dead Fish Grill

Jul 11

Belton Lake and the Dead Fish Grill

A few weeks ago after a few doctor’s appointments in Belton, Texas, we decided we’d just stay overnight, be close by for our next appointment the following day, and explore around Belton and Temple, Texas. After our appointment Scott decided to drive away from town on some of the back roads and we found Belton Lake and Belton Dam. I’d tried to find...

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What Sold in June 2016

Jul 04

What Sold in June 2016

We sold nothing on eBay in June. We listed a lot, though, and did some sourcing. We have over 250 items in our eBay store now. Our goal is 1000 items before Christmas. We did make some money online in June. I’m sharing the details in our monthly video. I sold a downloadable printable from my Etsy shop (Nomads Posters Prints) for $5. This is a great little shop...

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Creative July

Jun 27

Creative July

In one of my last posts, I talked about needing a creative outlet in addition to our business goals. This creative work may be writing these blog posts, a short story, a novel or even a poem. I also like to play around with Gimp, Canva, and other photo software. We also want to travel and enjoy our new camper. Sometimes, though, I don’t feel very creative,...

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