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CoSchedule Your Business

    My New Best Friend! I have found out about CoSchedule through a friend and fellow blogger. She runs an extremely organized and tight blog, and I finally broke down and ask her HOW DID SHE HAVE THE TIME to do generate so much content and make it look soooooo good!? Her answer? She refereed me to CoSchedule. She said that it saved her so much time and headache planning out and sharing her posts on all social platforms. I was using a different app to schedule my posts for Instagram and Twitter, but I could not share on one of the most important platforms for businesses, Pinterest! I was overwhelmed. Stressed. Baffled.  I had endless email strings, missed...

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{SHARE} The Color Psychology of Red....by Kendra Cherry

My artwork has always been inspired by emotion. I chose colors that reflected that emotion and depicted my message of empowerment and love in my paintings. For Christmas season, and December holidays in general, red is a very powerful color. I have found an amazing article written by Kendra Cherry of verywell.com that explains some of the physiology behind this power bomb of a shade.  To purchase Mila & Such, silk scarf in the shades of red and yellow check out our "Bend".  Enjoy the read...and let me now what you think in the comments below. Direct link to article is here.  THE COLOR PSYCHOLOGY OF RED by Kendra Cherry How does the color red make you feel? Red is...

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Grow from being creative to being A CREATIVE!

Creativity is in my DNA: Literally. My dad is an artist, sculptor and painter. My mama, is also very creative, even though she will deny it when I bring it up; as if admitting it would take something away from my father’s talents.   My mama in the 60s in Ukraine.   Dad with his best friend in Israel.   Both of my parents are very disciplined, well educated, intelligent people, so it was always difficult for them to deal with he fact that their daughter wasn’t a math wiz (like her mom),or didn’t have the patience to sit through boring lessons of drawing balls, bowls, and vases that my dad had set up for me.   This is me. I...

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Reflect...

Its been a tough week, health wise. Every time I planned on getting a ton of things done, sorted out, accomplished, something goes wrong. Now more then ever it has been my health. I feel like when I was going through chemo, I was so determined to be "okay" I pushed through almost every kind of pain and discomfort, both emotional and physical. The driving force behind my perseverance was the idea that once all of this hell is over, I will be okay. I will be healthy. I will be back to normal.  Its been a year since my last chemo, and eight months since last radiation treatment. I went back to work, back to my exercise routine, back...

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Find Us At The Brooklyn Women's Exchange!

We are excited to announce that Mila&Such silk scarves are now available at the Brooklyn Women's Exchange in Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn. An integral part of the Brooklyn Heights neighborhood, the shop brings a modern link to a bygone retail experience by offering one-of-a-kind items and personalized service. This is the history of this unique boutique as written on their website: OUR HISTORY AND MISSION The Brooklyn Women’s Exchange was founded in 1854, during a particularly volatile time in American economic history. Many women in Brooklyn found themselves in need of income but with no means of support. Following the lead of church ministers who were training indigent women in the craft of needlework, a group of concerned local women began the Brooklyn Female...

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