I mean honestly. How do you even find a good pic to use to talk about this fiasco?! For those who may have missed my stories the past week and a half, my main Instagram account was completely shut down last week with no warning or explanation of why. I’ve been scrambling to find a solution to this problem since I use Instagram for business and to stay in touch with everyone. 🙁 But it’s time for me to share the latest on the situation and pivot. Here’s what’s next!
Tis’ the season for spending the money you’ve hustled for all year long on your loved ones (okay, && maybe yourself too) 😉 it’s BLACK FRIYAY and this year I’m doing something a bit different. Instead of sharing sales found at major retailers, I wanted to highlight the sales going on at the small businesses I LOVE and support.
Before I start on this topic, I want to be fully transparent with you: burnout and overwhelm are two things I battle almost daily. Between running a social media agency and managing an online brand, my time is always running thin.
Fair warning: this post is 100% a ramble and unedited…but it’s officially been two years since I quit my job, and five months since I moved to Old East Dallas/Lower Greenville area. So much has happened already this year, and I thought it would be fun to start documenting the start up journey here on the blog. 🙂
The blog is BACK!!! It’s not 100% ready but hell, who knows if it ever will be. A few months ago I retired “The Candid Millennial” and went back to my name. The website domain is back to maryerobb.com and the rebranding is complete!
We survived 2020 – and now it’s time to spoil ourselves and our friends with some killer gifts! If you’re like me, you might be a sucker for a good deal. That’s why I can’t help myself on Black Friday. Especially when I find a good deal on a product I use daily.