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  • Mashed potatoes

    I’ve been thinking a lot lately about getting from A to B. When things are good (i.e. I’m in a good mood, I’m not hungry and nobody is irritating me), no one can get to B faster than me. Combine my organizational skills and my …

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  • Pop quiz

    I was recently asked to answer a quiz for a newsletter. I thought their questions were interesting and fun. Here it is, with my responses..I’d love to hear from you about your responses to the questions that make you think… My first job ever was…as …

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  • The apron drawer

    I am spending an embarrassing amount of time watching CNN these days. It’s like I think I can control the outcome of the American election by keeping a close eye on things. Or maybe it is just like the proverbial car crash: I can’t keep …

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  • No pop allowed!

    We’re going to start selling cold drinks in the Victoria and Yorkville stores so Carly and Tracey put together a short list of the options: water, apple juice, iced tea. Where’s the diet pop, I asked? Well, came the reply, diet pop – all pop …

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  • Office Zen

    One of the many perks of owning a cupcake store is that I have received every cupcake-themed mug, notebook, ornament, plaque, toque, slippers, socks and T-shirt created. And I have loved  them all. But last week I decided it was time to purge my PGB …

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  • Happy 5th Birthday, Prairie Girl!

    This Friday, April 1st 2016, will be the 5th anniversary of PGB”s first day in business! Wow! Where does time go? It was supposed to be a friends-and-family-only day but we realized that it wasn’t exactly an auspicious start to a new business to tell …

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  • Time Management

    I’ve written about time management before here and it is one of the most commonly written about topics in the blogosphere. But time being the most valuable commodity we have, I am going to share my latest thinking on what works for me. The way …

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  • Vintage recipes

    Andrew’s Mom, Shirley, passed away a couple of weeks ago, so it has been a sad time, as well as a time to share memories about her. In the course of spending time with family, my sister in law gave me Shirley’s recipe collection, a …

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  • Yearend Ramblings

    This post – likely my last for the year – will be a mish-mash of thoughts I’ve had: (1) If you can’t see the impact of what you are doing, your efforts will diminish. Since the late summer I haven’t been able to see the …

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  • Great! It’s not snowing!

    I’m working at home today and the view from my window is of a very rainy Wednesday in Toronto. I need a yellow raincoat like that! I chuckled last night when the news described what was coming today as a “severe fall storm”. It’s rain, …

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