It's a Beautiful Life
Social media has the ability to transform the way business owners advertise. For us, it has opened doors that we might not have been able to afford as a boutique company with a small advertising budget. Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are fabulous ways for us to get our message out to the masses.
Almost all of our content is original. Coming up with posts can be challenging on days when we are busy with all the other aspects of production. Creating social media content is one of my favorite things to do.
Often, viewers only see the part of the photo carefully chosen because of its look or artistic message. Today's Instagram picture was taken while my two year old jumped around the backyard, dashing in and out of view and from time to time, stomping through the shot.
So, here is to small business owners and their creative flair. Sometimes just beyond the borders is the best shot of all. xo
PS As I am trying to post this entry, Henry climbed up on the countertop and sprayed Febreeze in his face. I didn't even know we had Febreeze. Serious eye washing commenced, followed by a phone call to my friend who is a nurse. Peanut butter sandwich in hand, he seems to be fine. I better post fast!
One more thing, Pearl is going to be set up at Hemming Park tomorrow from 11 - 4 for a caravan with some of our vintage camper friends. We would love to see you.