This is an example of five varied <150-word product descriptions for mundane items: my favorite coffee cups! Timeless Alice Whether you're a fan of the original Disney animated film, or of the newer renditions, or perhaps you simply appreciate the weird and wonderful ascetic of the irreverent world, this cup serves as a reminder to … Continue reading Product Descriptions, or The Key to Happiness is Coffee Cups
The Sainte Genevieve Winery
Written for [one]missouri.com. Homegrown business, homemade taste. Walking through historic downtown Ste. Genevieve is like walking through a museum, only you get to go in the replica rooms and walk through the meticulously crafted scenes. Centuries-old buildings line the main streets, and many of them now house businesses—restaurants, bed and breakfasts, and shops—all which give … Continue reading The Sainte Genevieve Winery
Zielinski’s Books Cards and Games
Article written for [one]missouri.com in 2012. Information no longer current. A place to play, discuss, and discover. The Zielinski family of Richard and Pam and two sons, Stephen and Daniel, moved down to Ste. Genevieve in 1994 with the purchase of a historic building on Merchant Street. Once the Clover Farms Grocer, the building had ample floor … Continue reading Zielinski’s Books Cards and Games
5 Steps to Shore: How to survive the student loan ocean.
The recent revelations about Navient--Sallie Mae's spin off that took over a large portion of the United States' student loan debt--should give any current or potential borrower pause. That old adage of "the customer is always right" simple doesn't apply in this industry. They said it plain and simple; they are not on your side. … Continue reading 5 Steps to Shore: How to survive the student loan ocean.