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What I Learned from My Slow Pandemic Hobby Business

And what I may or may not be doing about it

Young woman wearing big hoop earrings.
Photo by René Ranisch on Unsplash.

While others were watching Tiger King and making sourdough bread early on in the pandemic, I was amusing myself by following a URL I had casually watched for 15 years. It had just become available: bigearrings.com.

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Sharon Woodhouse

Sharon Woodhouse

Sharon Woodhouse is a coach, small business consultant, multipreneur, book publisher, and lover of ideas/cities/science/human quirks. Twitter: @ConspireCreativ

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