I was supposed to post this yesterday, but I woke up sick and ended up going to the doctor. For my prize I get a druggy cocktail of antibiotics, allergy pills, and ibuprofen! However, I am feeling a lot better, so let's just pretend it's still Monday and I'm on the ball.
I recently finished Indie Business 3.0, a web course for women who run small businesses, and a bunch of us decided that yesterday would be Launch Day. Some folks are opening their shops, other people are starting new blogs, and some ladies (like me!) are launching new product lines.
I kind of cheated and posted mine early, which, in retrospect, turned out to be just fine.
You can see my new items in the shop, and be sure you click here for the full rundown of everybody participating. There's a HUGE variety of goodies, including photography, jewelry, baby stuff, hair accessories, wall art... Just go and see for yourself. Talent abounds.
As for the course itself, I LOVED it. I'm one of the least business-minded people ever, so I wanted to take something that wasn't your typical fare. The class is run by three women who all have their own small companies and I found it much easier to relate to them than any other business education thing I've tried (which was two weeks of grad school--shoot me now). I definitely recommend it if you're looking to expand your little corner o' creativity.
Anybody else taken one of the Indie Biz courses? Maybe some other small business class? What'd you think?