Jobvana

I happened upon a great site today and I just had to share.

Jobvana is a newly developed Social Networking site for freelancers, the self employed, and those who are seeking a variety of services. Jobvana takes ts name from the word nirvana and in THIS economy, who wouldn’t enjoy a little freedom from worry or pain?

I love the idea and although the site is in its infancy, there is already a large following. Jobvana is very user friendly and I was able to put up a profile in minutes. The services offered include just bout everything from Web Designers to Carpet Installers and the best part…IT’S FREE TO JOIN. We love FREE!

I hope everyone will check it out and get some profiles up. I have already started to research a logo designer and a web designer. Who knows what i might need next week! =)

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New ventures are not a walk in a winter wonderland!

The Muir Snag
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Ha! Well, I knew going into this it would be a lot of work and I’m not worried about it.

I have been researching products online. Looking for drop shippers, affiliates, etc. and whew! am I exhausted. I love the internet but the amount of information out there is staggering (yeah, I know big news there). I guess what I’m saying is there is a lot of work involved in weeding through all of the information.

I would love to find just one or two really good ‘go to’ sites that could help me with this new eCommerce project.

Where are my snags? Well, mostly here:
1. A good freelance site to locate a web designer.
2. A reliable drop shipper site.
3. A reliable affiliate hub.
4. A reliable guru … I know u are out there!

So my small rant about my progress. If anyone would like to network I would so welcome the company. It’s lonely out here sometimes . =)

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Send a Card to the Troops

A group of US Marines in Haditha, Iraq.
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What a great idea Xerox has come up with! They have put together a cool little site (letssaythanks.com) where you can make and send a thank you card to our troops serving in Iraq. Although you cannot choose the Soldier who receives the card, you can relay a special, personalized “Thank You” to one of the many men and women serving in our US Armed Forces. I hope everyone will take a moment to look over the site. There couldn’t be a more appropriate time to lift someone’s spirits who may find it even harder to be away from home this time of the year!

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