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Girly Girl Geek

If Your Office is Still Using These Two Things, Stop. Now.

Once upon a time small and medium sized businesses prided themselves on being at the cutting edge of office technology. They were the first to adopt things like electric typewriters, fax machines and yes, even computers.  And then they weren’t.  In fact, an amazingly embarrassing amount of these same sized businesses are still using ancient…

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5 Options for Setting Appointments that Don’t Require a Phone

If you’re someone who has done business the traditional way for years you may not be able to fathom the idea of an office that doesn’t rely on the phone to do business. [clickToTweet tweet=”A lot of time is wasted on the phone that could be better spent.” quote=” The truth is, while a well-planned…

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The Panama Papers Breach: Don’t Blame WordPress

Last Thursday, WordFence revealed on their blog that the Mossack Fonseca data breach that resulted in the Panama Papers was possibly initiated via an outdated WordPress slider plugin.  They have since done an update regarding the breach as it relates to WordPress.  I’m sure many people are shocked that Mossack Fonseca wasn’t only running an…

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Why Does This Geek Girl Use a Paper Planner?

If you’ve been reading my blog or following me on social media for any length of time, you know that I’m a lover of technology.  From my online tech services to reading my books on a Kindle, I love tech and tech gadgets. So why did I recently purchase a paper planner to keep track…

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The One Thing You Should Never Do as a Business Owner

After 8+ years of being the owner of a small business, there are a ton of lessons I’ve learned. Many of them have been critical in keeping my business going as long as it has.  Some of the most critical lessons have been things like understanding value vs price, and the importance of knowing when…

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Why You're Not Getting What You're Expecting

As some of you know creating handcrafted things is what I do in my ‘spare’ time. I find it not only relaxing, but it keeps my creativity fresh and flowing. Recently, on one of the crafting groups I belong to, someone posted a story with a moral about the pricing of handcrafted items. I won’t…

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What I Did This Summer: WordCamp Edition

I don’t know about you, but I’m having a hard time saying good-bye to summer. Luckily, the temps here in Maine this week look like it should make it easy to pretend the first signs of leaves turning aren’t showing up on Autumn Lane. I took my own advice and took plenty of time off…

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