It’s nearly the end of the week, and I think we could all need a little laughter. Here are some comics that made me chuckle. I think all dog owners can relate! From theycanttalk.com
With all the horrible things going on in the world, here’s a little dose of laughter for your weekend, courtesy of the New Yorker, one of my favorite Instagram accounts. Check them out here @newyorkercartoons. New Yorker Cartoon by Peter Steiner, 1990. Credit @newyorkercartoons. New Yorker Cartoon by Charles Barsotti, from 2011. Credit @newyorkercartoons. New Yorker Cartoon by Warren Miller, from 1973. Credit @newyorkercartoons. New Yorker Cartoon by Alex Gregory, from 2005. Credit @newyorkercartoons. New Yorker Cartoon by Danny Shanahan, from 2017. Credit @newyorkercartoons.
In honor of coming back to Sacco Studios, I want to do an awesome giveaway to my loyal customers – the ones who buy, follow, like, and tell other people to check out my website. That’s right, I’m talking about YOU! Need a new mug for your morning coffee? Or midnight hot chocolate? Maybe a great gift for your favorite “dog mom or dad”? This sturdy mug holds up to 20 ounces of your favorite beverage. Because sometimes, you need that much to get through the week. To enter, please “like” and comment below, telling me who you would think should get this awesome mug. If it’s you, I won’t judge! We all need a gift for ourselves. Contest ends Sunday, July 15th. Winner will be announced first thing Monday, July 16th. Until then, see you next time dog lovers!
One of the most important things a small business owner needs, especially one that has to do a lot of designing, printing, assembling, mailing, is an office. It needs to be functional so you can stay organized and easily get anything you need within reach. That’s why when we first moved into our home, it was one of the first things I started designing. In my old office, it was way too small, and had no place for all of my supplies. The tiny closet held all my clothes, as the bedroom could only fit my husband’s wardrobe. All of my shipping materials were stored in the basement, so I would have to schlep down there everytime I shipped an order. During the busy seasons, I brought up a bunch of materials so I could easily have them on hand. However, they just sat there, leaning against my desk. I…
It feels so good to be back. After a brief hiatus, I have finally re-opened my Etsy shop, got a new website, and am ready to get back to business.