Stepping into the Business Blogger’s Shoes

We explained in an earlier blog how we go about getting our blog posts written. Without Julia tossing questions at us and jotting down our responses while we work, we might not get around to doing our posts.

Julia is taking a well earned break for a few weeks. Stepping into her shoes is Janet.

Janet’s method of soliciting information from us is a bit different, but very nice. Instead of following us around the office, she sits in a chair with her talking computer and writes notes while we get to cuddle her beautiful blonde labrador guide dog, Lucy. Lucy is the Queen of Smooge and freely shares herself around while Janet is busy asking questions and writing.

So we look forward to the next few weeks with our blonde friend, and her owner, of course. 


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