Surviving Hurricane Ida - The Aftermath

Hurricane Ida made landfall on the 16th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. I'll never forget how hard I prayed as Ida was passing over us. I live in a Modular Home that sits six feet off of the ground. The wind was harsh. Trees fell everywhere but
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Online Business Kickstarter

Online Business Kickstarter

Affordable online course for starting an online business.
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Dressmaking for Beginners

Dressmaking for Beginners

Dressmaking is a skill not everyone has. But anyone can learn it. If you want to try out the activity so you can make your own clothes, you should first learn about the basics. You may be surprised that learning how to make your own dress is not as difficult as you think it is. Before doing it, you should first take enough motivation and determination to learn. Condition your mind by thinking about the advantages, perks, and savings you can generate if you know how to make your own clothes.
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Slow Season

Where did all my sales go? May, June, and July have been absolutely dead! I completely blame COVID-19 LOL. April was a huge month for me topping out at over $2200 in sales. Beginning of May, everyone on the planet disappeared. People decided
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Featured Designer

I have been featured on SoColored Magazine and We Buy Black US! I am so honored and thankful for these features and the opportunities they bring. You can check out the feature here Made By Leah B LLC: A handmade business selling originals women's fashion and accessories - So Colored Mag and follow @socolored_mag and @webuyblack_us on Instagram. Can't wait to see what's next for Made By Leah B LLC!
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Getting My SewJo Back

In March of this year there was an outbreak of Covid-19 at my church. My pastor passed away while on the ventilator and several other are coping with the backlash of this horrible virus. Since then I haven't been feeling as crafty or motivated as I normally do. I only work on things when I feel pressured or want to impress someone. Thinking that I was battling an unprecedented form of depression I forced myself to push through April and May, but fell behind on orders in the process. Now here we are in June and I realized that it's not depression, but Anemia that it kicking my butt. I began taking a multivitamin and iron pill and I feel so much better. I work on projects everyday now and I'm excited to announce that I will be launching several new collections! This summer is going to be great and I'm going to end this year with nothing but success.
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