First, I must apologize for the delay in blogging here. I have so many fantastic ideas for the new year, but my business partner and I are in the midst of finishing up all of the necessary information for last year’s financials plus getting a jump start on taxes (basically stuff we both abhor with a passion). Sadly, blogging is one of the lower priority items on my agenda for the time being even though it’s one of my favorite aspects of the business. Ironically, despite intermittent Internet access, winter storm Jonas has provided me the perfect opportunity to catch up work on blogging because I was stuck at home while a barrage of freezing rain and pellet-sized hail assaulted the already fragile tree limbs, tempting them to give way and fall to the earth. Rather than brave the packed ice constituting our roads which left my brother’s newer and nicer car sliding about and unable to climb a hill, I curled up inside with a beautiful afghan knitted by my aunt as a present, my terrorists, and a glass of wine to write product reviews and edit a very special guest post for later this week. Here’s hoping all of my east coast readers weathered the storm safely.
We are moving forward with our annual sales discussion to examine the sales of each cup size. Be sure to check out both our demographics post as well as our band size breakdown. Keep in mind, cup size means nothing without a band to give it context, but for the purposes of our analysis, I want to compare how sales across cup sizes differ. Below is a graph for the sales distribution of each cup size. (Note: For my discussion, I will refer to cup sizes using the UK sizing system.)
Last week, I posted a glowing review to the new Anna Pardal Hibiscus Longline in the classic plunge shape, and today I want to compare and review a longline with the three-section half-cup design, similar to the Doyenne on the website. The sample I received is for the as yet unreleased Anna Pardal Rosa, which I am told should be on the website soon.
TweetHello Everyone, When I review a product, “short” is not a word I would use to describe the post. My goal with reviews is to provide the kind of detailed information I prefer to read when doing my own research,
TweetHello Everyone, We’re going back to the past for the final time . . . for now! Confused? Don’t be! Today marks the end of my “shot before/during/immediately after illness” period which saw posts wither away in my filing system
TweetHello Everyone, Can you believe how prolific I am with blogging this week? The muse must be upon me! Anyway, today I am venturing into the backlog vault, which I am proud to announce has decreased considerably, to discuss the
TweetHello Everyone, Before you see pictures and think “Hey, this woman changes hair colors faster than most people change their sheets”, let me say this review is from my backlog pile, i.e., it’s a couple months old. But, yeah, I
TweetHello Everyone, File this review under my “Better Late than Never” category as it was recorded pre-Fall illness; however, since the Minnie is now an ongoing style for Cleo, discussing the advantages and disadvantages of the bra remain relevant and
TweetHello Everyone, I know what you’re thinking right now: “Another Comexim review? We get it. You like the brand!” Yes, my wonderful readers, I do love the brand, but the timing on this has more to do with me clearing
TweetHello Everyone, The weather predictions were spot on yesterday when they said our area would have at least 8″ of snow accumulation, and I am presently gazing through the window at the newly minted wonderland of my backyard while I