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How Social Media Marketing Helps Small Businesses

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Not only do businesses need to take care of the everyday running of things if they are a brick and mortar store, but they also need to have an online presence.  This may seem like a lot to someone who is not used to social media but here is why it is important.  

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3 Tools You Need For Social Media

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Have you ever been working on something for your social media platforms and been interrupted?  Life happens to all of us, and luckily there are tools that we, as business owners, can use to help keep us on track.  Honestly, you have enough to do, don't you?  I know that I definitely need all the just help I can get and these three tools help me with my business. 

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New to Wax Melts? - Read This!

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Wax melts are an excellent way to make your space smell amazing without the fear of an open flame.  They come in a variety of different shapes, colors, wax types and of course smells.  You can find the perfect scent for your place regardless of your tastes!

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A Discussion of Eco Friendly Packaging

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I was approached by a lovely year 12 student who was working on a school project about eco friendly commercial make up packaging.  She asked me three questions and I found I had a lot to say about them.  I am sharing the questions that were asked of me and my responses below.  If you are interested in reducing plastic waste and revolutionizing the industry, this might be of interest to you.   1. What do you think is the most important aspect of sustainable packaging (e.g. reusable, recyclable, biodegradable) and how do you implement it into your current packaging...

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Opps! I left my candles in the car - will they melt?

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As a long term candle maker, I have been around and tested many different scenarios that candles can get into.  Also, living in the Pilbara in Western Australia, where it is permanently summer, I had to learn a few tricks to keep the candles I make from melting. Most soy candles will melt in temperatures above 40 C / 104 F.  Other types of candle waxes will melt in temperatures above 55 C / 130 F.  It further depends on the style of candle and the type of wax that the candle is made from. Will melting a candle completely ruin it? Temperature in...

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