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It's time to get some more action happening with my Creative Memories business. My time is ticking for me to qualify properly, and i'm *slightly* starting to worry. So far i've been doing as much as I can without having to spend a fortune (that isn't there yet... YET!) but it doesn't seem like its enough.

I've done a letterbox drop, done one lot of markets - just waiting on the next lot of cheaper stalls to come up on the calendar and I started up a Facebook group (if your on Facebook CLICK HERE ). I've also sent emails and messages to pretty much everyone that I know, but only one of the leads that I had from that has actually turned into anything.

It's hard not to get disheartened, as I enjoy doing this so much and feel that its right but for some reason things just aren't going as well as I really need them to at the moment.

I know, i'm whinging I guess but i'm also throwing it out to anyone who reads this, if you have any ideas on things that I could be doing to get more action happening, PLEASE let me know! I know that people are reading my blog, but it seems that everyone likes to lurk and not say hello. Promise I will try not to bite, although i've just finished reading Twilight so hey, I can't promise I won't LOL

Anyone in Brisbane who reads this, if your interested please let me know!!

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