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Re: How I Stay Organized Part Two (Hint: Like a Ninja) - http://www.disqus.com/people...
"Ha! Finally someone who is more organized than I am! LOL It happens rarely. And I agree with the majority of your apps/tools/tricks here, Jen. I use most of them as well. Also LOVE Rapportive. The major difference is that I use a Mac app called Mailplane for my email. It works exclusively with Gmail and it looks just like it does in the browser. Even includes Rapportive and Boomerang, etc. But I do use an iPhone. ;-) Thought about the Nexus S but my biz partner swears by his iPhone so he bought me one when we teamed up." - Annie Anderson
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Re: Life After College: Makeover Revealed! - http://www.lifeaftercollege.org/2011...
"Love it, Jen! It looks great. Simple and clean. One of the few built on Thesis that I've seen lately which isn't all discombobulated. ;-)" - Annie Anderson
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Re: Life After College: Makeover Revealed! - http://www.disqus.com/people...
"Love it, Jen! It looks great. Simple and clean. One of the few built on Thesis that I've seen lately which isn't all discombobulated. ;-)" - Annie Anderson
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Re: Great minds think for themselves - http://annieandersonblog.com/archive...
"Alright Anna - Your wish is my command! You can now edit your comments for up to 40 minutes after it's posted. :-)" - Annie Anderson
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Re: Great minds think for themselves - http://annieandersonblog.com/archive...
"Anna - you crack me! And I'm glad you got some value out of this post. I hope "Great minds think for themselves" becomes your new mantra. :-) I used to use Disqus for comments, but it wasn't compatible with CommentLuv so I stopped using it. But it did let you edit comments. ;-) Maybe I can figure out a way to make it happen . . ." - Annie Anderson
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Re: QUIT: Fighting My Hair - http://www.disqus.com/people...
"Yes,  some of mine are quite white also, actually. Still, totally unacceptable!" - Annie Anderson
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"Yes,  some of mine are quite white also, actually. Still, totally unacceptable!" - Annie Anderson
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"This is my first visit to your blog but after reading this, I think we're kindred spirits! And #17 on the Random Tidbits list is my favorite. Fucking awesome!" - Annie Anderson
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"This is my first visit to your blog but after reading this, I think we're kindred spirits! And #17 on the Random Tidbits list is my favorite. Fucking awesome!" - Annie Anderson
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"Oh, I have that same relationship with my hair! When I was young, it was blonde. Then around age 11-12, it got darker and finally by time I hit my 20's, it was medium brown. And when I was young, it was mostly straight but it's gotten curly as I get older. It seems the older I get, the more curly it gets - at least in the back and sides. The top is still fairly straight. However, it's now mostly gray and I'm sorry but gray is not ok for me at 38! So I do color it and I probably will for a few more years yet. LOL Usually I color it somewhere between a kind of honey brown and a medium auburn (I have red undertones. Probably why it went from blonde to brown when I got older). And also - you're taller than me. ;-) I'm 4'11 on a good day!" - Annie Anderson
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Re: QUIT: Fighting My Hair - http://www.disqus.com/people...
"Oh, I have that same relationship with my hair! When I was young, it was blonde. Then around age 11-12, it got darker and finally by time I hit my 20's, it was medium brown. And when I was young, it was mostly straight but it's gotten curly as I get older. It seems the older I get, the more curly it gets - at least in the back and sides. The top is still fairly straight. However, it's now mostly gray and I'm sorry but gray is not ok for me at 38! So I do color it and I probably will for a few more years yet. LOL Usually I color it somewhere between a kind of honey brown and a medium auburn (I have red undertones. Probably why it went from blonde to brown when I got older). And also - you're taller than me. ;-) I'm 4'11 on a good day!" - Annie Anderson
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Re: How to Hit Rock Bottom and Come Back a Business Owner (Without Breaking a Nail. Or Going Insane. Or Resorting to Prostitution. Mostly.) - http://www.disqus.com/people...
"Honey, you didn't just kick my ass with this post, you reamed me a new one. Properly. And that is fucking awesome! Thank you!" - Annie Anderson
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Re: How to Hit Rock Bottom and Come Back a Business Owner (Without Breaking a Nail. Or Going Insane. Or Resorting to Prostitution. Mostly.) - http://redheadwriting.com/ash-amb...
"Honey, you didn't just kick my ass with this post, you reamed me a new one. Properly. And that is fucking awesome! Thank you!" - Annie Anderson
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Re: How to Hit Rock Bottom and Come Back a Business Owner (Without Breaking a Nail. Or Going Insane. Or Resorting to Prostitution. Mostly.) - http://www.redheadwriting.com/ash-amb...
"Honey, you didn't just kick my ass with this post, you reamed me a new one. Properly. And that is fucking awesome! Thank you!" - Annie Anderson
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Re: Annie's 10 rules for being a badass trailblazer - http://annieandersonblog.com/archive...
"Marie - First, thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment! And second, you're right - they are pretty much based on confidence. That's because I think it's the foundation for everything you do in life. If you have confidence, then you can get through the fears and the worry and anything else. ;-) I agree with you on your list addition as well. That's pretty much what #5 means to me, in fact. I'll let you in on a secret - I'm creating a short ebook about the list wherein I expand on each list point. I'm about halfway finished with it and when it's ready, I'll be offering it here for free. ;-) I hope you'll stop back by and download it! Good to "meet" you! Have a great weekend." - Annie Anderson
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"Oh Miss Anna! Thanks for such wonderful thoughts and the hugs! ;-) I can certainly use them all. I'll let you know about this weekend as I do have a few things going on but not entirely sure when I'll have free time. And I bet you're right about all this stuff is trying to knock you over the head about something. That's usually what happens to me! LMAO ~Annie" - Annie Anderson
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"Testing comments colors." - Annie Anderson
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"Support for BuddyPress would really be great!" - Annie Anderson
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"Are comments working correctly?" - Annie Anderson
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"Sure. It will keep the links you have when installing WordPress. The best way to do it is to install WP and use a plugin to have a "We'll be back shortly" type of page. That will allow you to make changes and be sure everything works before the you activate the new site design. Here's what I did - Installed WP on my domain. Installed a plugin that allows a different theme to be shown to admins than to visitors. Activated a "We'll be back shortly" theme so there was something there on the site to show visitors and let them what was going on. Then, on my local server (on my computer), I created the design I wanted, naming all the pages exactly as they were in the static site (except the .html extension or whatever extension). Once I had my stuff built, I uploaded it to the site, made sure all the links worked correctly, made sure all the sidebars and all the widgets and everything worked, tweaked the theme a little here and there for what I needed, made sure I had all the plugins I..." - Annie Anderson
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"Sure. It will keep the links you have when installing WordPress. The best way to do it is to install WP and use a plugin to have a "We'll be back shortly" type of page. That will allow you to make changes and be sure everything works before the you activate the new site design. Here's what I did - Installed WP on my domain. Installed a plugin that allows a different theme to be shown to admins than to visitors. Activated a "We'll be back shortly" theme so there was something there on the site to show visitors and let them what was going on. Then, on my local server (on my computer), I created the design I wanted, naming all the pages exactly as they were in the static site (except the .html extension or whatever extension). Once I had my stuff built, I uploaded it to the site, made sure all the links worked correctly, made sure all the sidebars and all the widgets and everything worked, tweaked the theme a little here and there for what I needed, made sure I had all the plugins I..." - Annie Anderson
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"Angela - There's a plugin that will change all the links for you, so I installed that, told it the new link and it fixed everything before I even made the site live. ;-) Very handy!" - Annie Anderson
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"Angela - There's a plugin that will change all the links for you, so I installed that, told it the new link and it fixed everything before I even made the site live. ;-) Very handy!" - Annie Anderson
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"Testing images" - Annie Anderson
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"Another test. This one is the reply feature." - Annie Anderson
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