Do you dog-ear or bookmark?
How do you mark your page?
Fun-Fact, plant friends. I've been an entrepreneur since I was in elementary school, when I created hand-made bookmarks to sell at my momma's summer plant sale —>> which we held at our house every weekend from June - August.
My mom specialized in growing Daylilies, with each garden bed dedicated to a different hybridizer. We had hundreds of varieties of daylilies as well as a thriving Zone 5 four-season perennial garden. I grew up outside, for the most part. In the woods, or in the garden. Most of my childhood was spent in the garden, when I wasn't at school or at the pool. If I was inside, it was books, and learning weird tricks with my body.
I set up a table at my momma's garden sale each weekend. I made signs, I set prices, I talked with clients. There was a low barrier to entry at the time to this world of entrepreneurship, but I was officially in business... Lemonade + Bookmarks!
But let me tell you a quick secret....
I mostly dog-ear my books. Personally, I think a little wear and tear adds character, and truth be told, just like I'm not bringing back my target purchase, I'm not reselling my books, either!
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