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  • June & July Update

    Just read my May update. I’m not sure blogs are supposed to work this way, but reading it was a nice little pep talk from my May self to my July self. Where did that sweet May Jean go? Don’t get me wrong – still …

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  • May Update

    May was a great month! I took two fun trips with Andrew for his work, we took our daughter Rebecca to New York to see Dear Evan Hansen (very good!) and I went for a quick but really fun trip to Calgary for a surprise …

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  • Protein Pixies

    The protein fortified cupcake project continues **but** at some point in the  last month, I decided that instead of just thinking of the product as a wholesale offering, why not try to sell them in-store and see how they do. There’s two ways we can …

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  • Protein Cupcakes Update

    It’s been ages since I’ve mentioned our “protein fortified cupcake project”. It has been an ongoing project since November 2016 that’s included: A collaboration with George Brown College’s Food Innovation & Research Studio (FIRSt) to develop a protein fortified cupcake Continued testing and development over …

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  • Boring, Not Boring

    Way back in January I resolved to post blogs more frequently, to worry less about having something important to say and to just write about whatever is going on at PGB. That hasn’t gone so well. My writing has been spotty at best but I’m …

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  • Stuck

    It’s 830 am on Valentine’s Day and even though my office is in the back of one of the stores, it is hard to concentrate on anything other than the buzz that is Valentine’s in a cupcake business. But the truth is that I actually …

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  • Reactions

    I often forget that we get to choose how we react to things. Last Valentine’s Day when I was going to the  bakery I got stuck in our car elevator (I know, it is weird to have a car elevator) and freaked out on the …

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  • A book in 3 acts

    In my last post I talked about writing a book on the experience of starting a business. One thing I’ve learned by taking the writing course and also by working with Marion Roach Smith is that you can’t just write about all the good stuff. …

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  • Discovery meeting

    My first title for this post was “sales meeting” but even just writing that term scares me and since I am having such a meeting tomorrow, I will choose to call it a Discovery Meeting. My recent blogs have had a theme of (1) we …

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  • A Google search away…

    In my last blog I mentioned that I was speaking to a group of business students at the U of T. What an impressive bunch! Over 95% of them are in the International Foundation Program which means that in addition to their regular studies they …

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