We couldn't wait for summer to arrive and now, as we melt our way through it, it is hard to believe its almost done! As we prepare for the July Market, just like every summer, we watch the weather more than anything else. Of course, we want it to be nice out...but not too nice … Continue reading July Market!
Four years ago about this time Lisa, Terry and I started talking about a warehouse, a market, a once a month "show" and we started putting together a business plan for what is now known as Seaglass Salvage Market. Oh the dreams we had of what it could turn into...always dreams of grandeur, I mean, … Continue reading Just An Update
All winter I complain about the cold, I pray for the summer and swear I will not complain about the heat. That isn't necessarily a lie, since I have been consistently complaining about the rain and humidity for the past 2 weeks, not really the "heat" per se. Since I always try to look at … Continue reading June!
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