Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Today, I am wearing one of my other "Hats"



  Entrepreneurs and Solopreneurs:
Are you finding yourself too busy to manage your Social Media?
Have your postings become less and less often and
 to the point of nonexistence?

I currently have openings for 3 more clients; contact me
today to reserve your time!

Let me, take that duty off of your "TO-DO" list!


  • Design, develop, implement and update websites, blogs, Social Media events and campaigns.
  • Curate, manage and update Social Media sites, pages and websites, to include client’s events, causes, and conferences, etc.
  • Research related topics, posting new content for key user audiences to maintain a positive, relevant presence and engagement.
  • Participate in online conversations, personifying client in a positive, helpful light by listening to users, being sensitive to hot button topics and issues, and providing a solution whenever possible.
  • Develop and promote video clips.
  • Graphic design and placement for Social Media events.
  • Enhance Social Media outlets and opportunities to maintain communication and build fan base.
  • Conduct research and analysis of new Social Media trends, sites, tools, and news; reporting findings on significant industry developments and make recommendations for how best to support client.
  • Develop new partnerships to increase traffic.
  • Plan & implement monthly, quarterly, and annual Social Media calendars.
  • Track, analyze, report website and Social Media performance providing monthly updates to the client on the success of (and challenges facing) all of their Social Media efforts.



 

Saturday, January 30, 2016

A Crafteelaydee Spring Necklace

Today, I thought I would share something to make us think of spring. I know, I know, in many parts of the country, you are buried in SNOW, but looking ahead, thought I'd share a vintage picture of a sweet little bunny that has been made into a charming necklace.

Necklace - Pete The Rabbit from The Crafteelaydee








Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Sharing a Vintage Recipe From My Mother's Recipe Box



Chicken Spaghetti 

 A Vintage Recipe

from my Mom dated 1963


4 lbs Chicken - hen
6 cups of uncooked spaghetti
2 cups of diced celery
1/4 cup of diced green pepper (bell)
1/2 cup of diced onions
2 tsp good paprika
1/2 to 1 cup sliced black olives
1/4 to 1/2 cup sliced mushrooms
1/2 lb pimento cheese ( I remember my Mom would use cubed Velveeta and a jar of pimentos)

Boil chicken until done and cool to remove meat from bone in a rather large pieces.

Cook spaghetti until done in at least 6 cups of chicken broth. Stir often. When done the broth will actually be used up. Add chicken, celery, onion, green pepper, and paprika and cook 15 to 20 minutes. Then add olives, mushrooms, and the cheese. Cook 5 minutes more slowly and watch closely. Salt to taste.

(Her notes: I think you need to salt the chicken and spaghetti then, maybe some more when all is done)

Served with Garlic bread, salad, and our favorite pie.

Serves 10 ( these were huge servings)