Losing My Identity

This post is a follow up to my last one. When I started the little nest I created very strict rules about how I wanted to represent my business. I won’t put crude or what I judge as inappropriate content on my products. You won’t find any political or...

Burn Out Battles

I know I haven’t blogged in a while. There’s a very good reason: I’m burnt the f*ck out! What do you do when you’re burnt out on your dream job??? I’m going to be very honest and vulnerable in this blog post. And I’m going to probably overshare some too, but the...

the warehouse sale

The warehouse sale at the beehive is a fabulous event!  It happens twice a year: once in January and once in August. The entire store gets turned upside down and rearranged to make room for all the product that gets sold at the sale. So what is the warehouse sale...

Don’t Do it, Dolly

I often tease that Dolly Parton is the matron saint of the little nest I think highly of Dolly. And not for the two obvious, in your face reasons that you might think. She is a smart business woman.  She went from growing up poor in a small country town to becoming a...

Meet Tee!

Reciprocitee offers a line of hand crafted, small batch bath and body products. I first met Tee, creator/owner of Reciprocitee, at the beehive in 2014. I remember asking her early on what her big picture plans were with her business. She spoke of being able to perform...

meet becca scott

Today’s #WCW is Rebecca Scott, owner of Paper Bones. She’s an Atlanta based artist. Her water colors are unique and whimsical and her custom pet portraits are adorable! Aside from her paintings she makes cards, pins, earrings, and magnets. “So a little bit about me,...
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