How many books can I read, podcasts can I listen to or facebook LIKES can I get before I feel comfortable in my own skin as a business owner? Every few months I check the internet for jobs available, thinking, it would be nice to know what time to leave the house, what time I'd … Continue reading Looking for “My People”
Occasional (oc·ca·sion·al): adj. Occurring from time to time, recurring or reappearing from time to time. If you follow our Blog, our Social Media or if you are a visitor of Seaglass Salvage Market, you know our business hours are a tad different than the norm. We are considered an occasional Market, however, it actually is no longer considered … Continue reading Prepping for Market
MARCH! It's here...spring is coming I have the itchy, watery eyes to prove it. It's been a good month, we've had some changes at the Warehouse, which I welcome gladly. New spaces, new vendors and a few moves. It's starting to come together and it's looking good! What's New? I am painting my mom's cabinets … Continue reading What’s New?
For the past two years SSM, as a whole, has adopted a family from the Good Shepherd Center for Christmas. The other day I asked Brad, "What do you think those same families do when the kids birthday's roll around?" There are people who struggle all year round and other's who have good month's and … Continue reading Take the Cake
I am not an artist, nor am I a craftsman, but I am surrounded by a talented group of both. Because of Seaglass I meet artists, craftsmen, artisans, builders, and makers every month and I love taking the time to meet them, look at their photos and tell them the ins and outs of the … Continue reading Arts & Crafts (*eye roll*)
I love New Years Day, fresh start. Day 1 of a brand new 365...and we're ready! As 2018 rolls in and we begin a new year at Seaglass we will see some changes. A few of our tribe has moved on, Susan with Oceanaire Dreamer will no longer be found at SSM but you will … Continue reading New Year, New Plans
Hard to believe another year has slipped by. As I sit on an airplane heading back home to NC after a visit with my 2 sons and grandson it's hard to believe 2017 will be gone before we know it. I remember when my oldest child, now 31, was 5 (wasn't it just a few … Continue reading Ending or New Beginning