Generosity for the Overwhelmed and Apt-to-Forget

December 17, 2021By Lisa Barrow

I’d like to think that giving doesn’t have to be a grand year-end gesture. There are lovely, simple, easy-peasy things we can do now and throughout the year that add up to a big impact. Grand gestures and year-end donations, when we have the means, are still fantastic, but it’s perfectly legitimate to practice generosity and fill in the gaps through a mindful approach to our everyday, capitalism-driven lives.

Streamline with Tech: Bookkeeping, Project Management, Client Databases and More

December 15, 2021By Peri

There are loads of great tech tools to solve business needs — but choosing and implementing technology can be a real challenge. The time it takes to learn about existing software and platforms is daunting, and if you don’t take action on what you’ve researched within a short amount of time, a lot of what you just learned becomes obsolete and you have to start over again.

Resource List: Economic Relief in a Thirsty Time

February 20, 2021By Lisa Barrow

Ah, the sweet taste of having the financial (and other) resources you need to do your work. Have you been drinking in the news from New Mexico’s Economic Development Department (EDD) lately? Economic relief is so refreshing.

The Lowdown on Business Legal Structures

January 11, 2013By Peri

When you’re making money — even just scraps — from your creative work not as an employee of some other company, guess what: You’re running a business.

Adventures in Incongruity: Meatloaf Sushi

October 8, 2010By Peri

My contribution to the genre? Meatloaf sushi. I first created this about 10 years ago and have been meaning to post a how-to for ages. So here you go; photos and instructions after the jump. You’re very welcome.