Last year, I finally got a neat, efficient office. For years and years I worked in a crowded, messy space.
Today I took pictures of how I mind my business. I sell quilting patterns
and my orders arrive from PayPal.
When the orders come in I check my warehouse (ware box under the dropleaf table). If I’m lucky I find all the patterns I need for the orders.
I enter the information for the invoices in my MYOB (Mind Your Own Business) program.
I print out the invoices.
Then, I scoot my roll-around chair back and pull out envelopes and labels from the convenient cupboard on the other side of the room.
I pack the orders and hand them to my delivery guy (Robert). He takes them to the post office.
What fun it has been for this past year.
Labels: family, home, island life, odd facts, quilting