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Bonus: You get access to the PDF version of this ebook.
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Cash In On A Million Dollar Empire By Creating Your Home Based Cake Decorating Business, Quickly - Easily, Guaranteed!
"Professional Cake Decorator Reveals Her Secrets
To Generating A 6-Figure Income From A Simple Home-Based Cake Decorating Business!"

Hundreds of stay at home mom's are working full time from their homes baking and decorating cakes for a living. It's a fun and profitable business to be in, as well as one of the lowest cost start ups!

Imagine being able to make thousands of dollars a week from simple cake decorating. You could cater to weddings, birthdays, local events.. while generating a steady income from the comfort of your own home.

Set your own hours, be your own boss.. the Cake Decorating Business guide reveals the secrets to developing your own cost effective, in demand cake decorating business, so you can be up and running in as a little as 7 days!

Even those with absolutely no experience have been able to set up popular home based cake decorating businesses in a short amount of time.

As a stay at home mom, I struggled for years to find a business model that was suitable to my lifestyle. I wasn't able to dedicate full time hours to an online business, and I didn't have a lot of money to invest in risky business ventures.

So, when my friend Cindy approached me about the possibility of starting a home based cake decorating service, I jumped at the opportunity. She had been involved in baking and decorating for many years and had decided to quit her day job and pursue a venture of her own.. with me on board!

I was shocked at just how easy it was to set up the entire business in less than a couple of weeks, and the investment costs were so low that we were able to take a bit of extra money and advertise our business locally.

Within a few days, we were booked solid with orders and three years later, we are still running strong as the #1 decorating service in our town!

And the greatest part of all of this, is that I had absolutely NO experience decorating cakes!

Of course, it wouldn't have been possible without Cindy as my mentor, and for the first time ever, she has agreed to write down every strategy and insider trade secret she knows about starting a home based cake decorating business from start to finish!

In fact, the eBook is such a definitive resource for those wishing to start their own cake decorating business that I guarantee you won't need additional guides to get started!

Starting A Cake Decorating Business Is Not Only One Of The
Lowest Cost Start-Ups, But It's Virtually RISK FREE! No experience required. Simply follow our step by step instructions to creating your very own home based cake decorating business.

Minimal start up costs. Our guide will show you exactly how to save hundreds of dollars on start up costs and develop a successful business plan, effortlessly!


Regardless of your location, you can run a successful cake decorating service from your home kitchen. NO need for bakery rentals, expensive leases or hassle!


This works for the inexperienced, those on a shoestring budget, those who are brand new to starting a home based business - you name it, it doesn't matter.. YOU CAN BE SUCCESSFUL!

Take the guesswork out of launching a cake decorating business by following the proven strategies revealed by a professional cake decorating business owner!

Whether you have always dreamed of being your own boss, setting your own schedules or you have children and wish to be at home with them, starting a cake decorating business is a very worthwhile and lucrative industry to be a part of and with this information you will be given a behind the scenes look at how many other women, just like you, got started and quickly became a success.

Navigation Fully Optimized For Kindle
Bonus: You get access to the PDF version of this ebook.
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Cash In On A Million Dollar Empire By Creating Your Home Based Cake Decorating Business, Quickly - Easily, Guaranteed!
"Professional Cake Decorator Reveals Her Secrets
To Generating A 6-Figure Income From A Simple Home-Based Cake Decorating Business!"

Hundreds of stay at home mom's are working full time from their homes baking and decorating cakes for a living. It's a fun and profitable business to be in, as well as one of the lowest cost start ups!

Imagine being able to make thousands of dollars a week from simple cake decorating. You could cater to weddings, birthdays, local events.. while generating a steady income from the comfort of your own home.

Set your own hours, be your own boss.. the Cake Decorating Business guide reveals the secrets to developing your own cost effective, in demand cake decorating business, so you can be up and running in as a little as 7 days!

Even those with absolutely no experience have been able to set up popular home based cake decorating businesses in a short amount of time.

As a stay at home mom, I struggled for years to find a business model that was suitable to my lifestyle. I wasn't able to dedicate full time hours to an online business, and I didn't have a lot of money to invest in risky business ventures.

So, when my friend Cindy approached me about the possibility of starting a home based cake decorating service, I jumped at the opportunity. She had been involved in baking and decorating for many years and had decided to quit her day job and pursue a venture of her own.. with me on board!

I was shocked at just how easy it was to set up the entire business in less than a couple of weeks, and the investment costs were so low that we were able to take a bit of extra money and advertise our business locally.

Within a few days, we were booked solid with orders and three years later, we are still running strong as the #1 decorating service in our town!

And the greatest part of all of this, is that I had absolutely NO experience decorating cakes!

Of course, it wouldn't have been possible without Cindy as my mentor, and for the first time ever, she has agreed to write down every strategy and insider trade secret she knows about starting a home based cake decorating business from start to finish!

In fact, the eBook is such a definitive resource for those wishing to start their own cake decorating business that I guarantee you won't need additional guides to get started!

Starting A Cake Decorating Business Is Not Only One Of The
Lowest Cost Start-Ups, But It's Virtually RISK FREE! No experience required. Simply follow our step by step instructions to creating your very own home based cake decorating business.

Minimal start up costs. Our guide will show you exactly how to save hundreds of dollars on start up costs and develop a successful business plan, effortlessly!


Regardless of your location, you can run a successful cake decorating service from your home kitchen. NO need for bakery rentals, expensive leases or hassle!


This works for the inexperienced, those on a shoestring budget, those who are brand new to starting a home based business - you name it, it doesn't matter.. YOU CAN BE SUCCESSFUL!

Take the guesswork out of launching a cake decorating business by following the proven strategies revealed by a professional cake decorating business owner!

Whether you have always dreamed of being your own boss, setting your own schedules or you have children and wish to be at home with them, starting a cake decorating business is a very worthwhile and lucrative industry to be a part of and with this information you will be given a behind the scenes look at how many other women, just like you, got started and quickly became a success.










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purple house. barcelona, spain




purple house. barcelona, spain





click on "all sizes" above picture to see larger view

the colors of the houses are eye candy

april 2011

received this request on my flickr

I saw this beautiful picture you made in Barcelona 'Purple House' and I want to ask your permission for using it at the front of a booklet (school project) about studying in Spain, that's been made by students and of which I'm the editor. We would very much like it to use your photo in our book, is that ok?

Of course you'll be credited in the book. I can send you the PDF afterwards if you want?

Hope to hear from you soon. Thank you!

Kind Regards,
Farhana Faroque


MY REPLY:
hello farhana faroque-thank you for asking about using my photograph of the purple house (in barcelona) for the cover of the booklet about spain.

yes of course it can be used for the cover and i am pleased that the students will use it.

i would be interested to know where your school is, what grade are the students and are you the student/editor or the teacher of this class?

my husband is also pleased that this photograph will be used for a school project as he is an 8th grade geography teacher.

yes, i would like to receive the pdf.

please credit the photograph with my name:

jenniferbeinhacker.com

that is my website.

looking forward to hearing how the project goes.

best regards,
jennifer
jenniferbeinhacker.com
art outside the edge

HER REPLY:

Hello Jennifer,

That's very good to hear, I'll send you the PDF when it's done (which could take a while, but we'll get there

By foreigners, our school is called University of applied sciences. There is always confusion, because here in the Netherlands we call our this High School, but it it's at the same level as universities in the English school system. We call our school 'Hogeschool van Amsterdam' (HvA). I'm a last-grade student 'Communications & Multimedia Design' (our high school studies generally last 4 years) and I help the teacher of this class, Sander Schroevers, to make this book about studying in Spain by e.g. editing text and lay-out. He has quite a unique style (at least I never heard of it before), he often makes a book(let) together with the students in class. Last year I followed the same class, it's called 'Cross-Cultural Business Skills'. And now he's gives these lessons to students 'Commercial Economics'. I'm not part of the class directly, I just kept on helping the teacher because I'm interested in what he does (he's sort of a cross-cultural communication guru).

Nice to know that your husband is also pleased by us using the photo. 8th graders, where exactly are they in the school system? Is that 'High school'? How old are they generally?

Well, thank you for letting us use your photo, it fits real nicely within the schooldesign. You'll see. It has more of the 'sunny/cozy/student' feeling I was looking for. First I just had a photo of tapas, which was also nice, but I like this one better. It's just difficult to find high quality photo's and even more of a challenge to find a person willing to let us use it for free. So thanks.
I shall credit you the way you specified.

Kind regards,
Farhana



wednesday 5 august

today is Gaudi Day. Gaudi – the genius, visionary catalan architect whose works would fit well into the visionary art museum in baltimore, maryland (USA) – the only artist ever to be considered as a possible catholic saint (and it may just happen). barcelona’s favorite son who lived mostly on nuts and lettuce leaves dipped in milk. hated by picasso.

train ride and a one-mile walk partly up hill took us to Park Guell (you know the place if you saw Woody Allen’s movie, “vicky christina barcelona”). it is a fairy tale park full of the multicolored mosaics and fanciful animals, columns and pillars and battlements that gaudi is famous for. it is a UNESCO world heritage site as are many other of his buildings. as you wander the curving colonnades that blend into the landscape different musicians are playing classical music, some on old or traditional stringed instruments. from the upper level of the park it is hot and the entire landscape of barcelona as far as the sea lies before you. to handle the heat we rely on many lemon ice drinks.

then off to perhaps his greatest work……the Sagrada Famlia – he called it the last great christian sanctuary (modesty wan’t a virtue of his) – and it is vast – and it is astonishing to look at as it rises up in a park setting with its with its eighteen spindle shaped towers -- and although started in the early 1900s it is not expected to be completed until 2030.
we visited other Gaudi buildings all of which had you saying “wow” –. all his buildings have that art nouveau luminous quality with glowing tiles and mosaics in shades of greens and blues and the most unlikely, almost comical roof adornments.

when we first arrived in barcelona we couldn’t help but notice that all the tourist oriented shops sold mosaics (even more than in venice) – neal could not figur











time for 2009 to sleep




time for 2009 to sleep





Things She Did in 2009

January - She rang in the new year with the girls. She broke up with her boyfriend. She watched MSNBC. She ate pepperoni bread. She reminisced. She rolled her eyes. She smiled. She yawned. She trembled. She painted her bedroom. She listened to the Foo Fighters. She worked. She volunteered. She felt at ease.

February - She went on blind dates. She fell asleep watching Beavis & Butthead. She drank the occasional cup of coffee, despite her strong dislike for it. She ate chili. She battled insomnia. She listened. She tried to stay as centered as possible, despite volunteering in a field that made her feel angry, dejected, helpless, and hopeless. She struggled to remind herself of all the things that make it an awesomely anticipatory experience to wake up in the morning instead of a heavy, scary, and pointless one.

March - She did yoga. She cooked. She went to Salem, MA. She bought a cowboy hat. She drank Heineken. She drank Irish Car Bombs. She wore green. She celebrated St. Patrick's Day in Philladelphia. She found usefulness in temporary distractions. She reminded herself that there are good people in the world. She listened to The Smiths. She took photos of her dogs in the snow. She worked steadily. She voiced her disapproval of her mother's innappropriate friendship with a taken man. She burnt her tongue on hot chocolate while walking home from Dunkin Donuts.

April - She hiked with her dog. She ran herself ragged through volunteer work. She took pride in the fact that she was actively part of making the world better. She refused to get caught up in the drudgery of life that causes it to lose its magic. She kept herself afloat, even if it took the smallest, most insignificant thing to make her smile. She read books. She swam in a quarry. She went to the dentist. She had two teeth extracted. She popped vicodin like candy. She watched the hummingbirds feed. She listened to Billy Joel. She hated her job. She dyed Easter eggs. She cleaned. She slept. She didn't sleep. She sat on the porch and watched the deer. She watched SNL videos at work all day.

May - She threw her sister a surprise birthday party. She got shitfaced. She wore sombreros. She ate pistachios. She realized she had been off anti-depressants for a year, and she was okay. She finally started to feel like a real person again. She gained self-assurance. She felt infused with a newfound surge of positivity. She volunteered. She hiked. She almost passed out at work. She attended the annual Pet Expo in Robbinsville. She acquired a BlackBerry. She made bonfires. She made friends. She did yoga. She got frustrated with training new staff only to have them quit after a few weeks, because the working conditions are so intolerable and the boss is crazy.

June - She quit her job of two years. She freed herself from a miserable work environment and people she hated. She finished volunteering, having promised herself she wouldn't do it for more than a year (she lasted 9 months). She went to Bamboozle Fest to see No Doubt perform. She went on vacation. She drank like a fish. She went to the beach. She hula hooped. She got banned from a hotel she'd been returning to every summer for 8 years. She got pissed off. She ate nachos. She danced to Michael Jackson songs.

July - She turned twenty-three years old. She attended a Fourth of July party next door. She started sleeping with her neighbor. She made new friends. She went to the beach. She went to the tiki bar. She went to the movies. She partied nightly. She ate ice cream. She got a parking ticket. She listened to The Eagles. She met unsavory characters. She criticized. She defended herself. She cried. She laughed. She learned. She threatened. She questioned. She avoided. She confronted. She rolled in from next door at 5 AM every morning.

August - She visited family in New York. She went to the beach. Her boyfriend ceased to be her neighbor. She attended a graduation party. She played poker. She drank margaritas. She reconnected with old friends. She went crabbing. She went fishing. She went shopping. She drank root beer flavored vodka.

September - She made a conscious effort not to swear like a trucker when meeting her boyfriend's grandmother. She ate birthday cake. She fought with her sister. She went to Home Depot. She broke up with her boyfriend. She spent as little time at home as possible. She got kicked off her friend's property after telling a pirate joke. She went on a blind date. She ate sushi. She smoked weed.

October - She went to Atlantic City. She started seeing a new love interest. She drank wine with her creepy neighbor. She watched movies. She ate Kobe beef. She cut up her foot during a drunken walk through the woods at night. She spent a lot of time in Central Jersey. She drank Long Island Iced Teas. She felt frustrated. She distracted herself. She got sick.









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Baking with the Cake Boss: 100 of Buddy's Best Recipes and Decorating Secrets






CALL IT THE BUDDY SYSTEM, because Baking with the Cake Boss is an education in the art of baking and decorating, from kneading to rolling, fondant to flowers, taught by Buddy Valastro himself, the star of TLC’s smash hit Cake Boss. With more than 100 of his most sought-after recipes, including birthday and holiday cakes and other special theme designs, this book is a master course that culminates in the showstopping cakes for which Carlo’s Bake Shop is famous. Following the arc of Buddy’s career from apprentice to master baker, Baking with the Cake Boss offers readers the same on-the-job education earned by everyone who comes to work at Carlo’s Bake Shop, with some of Buddy’s and the family’s memories shared along the way. It builds organically from simple cookies and pastries to pies, flower-adorned cupcakes, and basic fondant cakes, to breathtaking cakes for every holiday and special occasion. And, as you progress from basics to bedazzlements—like the safari cake complete with chocolate animals and a waterfall—Buddy shares his inspiring enthusiasm and stories from the shop in his inimitable voice. He also provides the tools for creating your own personal trademark cakes, with a chart that lets you mix and match cake, frosting, and liqueur syrup for cakes the way you like them. And there are plenty of photos that illustrate artistic flourishes and decorations you can use to adorn your individual creations. With 650 gorgeous, step-by-step instructional photos that let you follow Buddy as if you were next to him in the bakery, Baking with the Cake Boss is an incomparable dessert education that will become an essential reference for aspiring and skilled bakers alike.Bursting with delicious, tried-and-true recipes, how-to boxes and sidebars, and numerous tricks of the trade, Baking with the Cake Boss is a rare treat—a fun, accessible guide to baking, all in a gloriously designed, fully illustrated package worthy of the Cake Boss’s artistic vision.










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