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  1. I’m so sorry you had to go through that. I’m praying for peace and joy to get you through this. Do whatever you need to do to make Brocante Home a wonderful place for you to be. I love it and enjoy learning how to have a life less ordinary. Whatever changes need doing so them but take us with you. We love you!

  2. “Today I am going to sit with pen and notebook in hand and try to visualise what I need the site to be in order to feel authentic again. In order to be just profitable enough. In order to revert back to the sanctuary it used to be before it seemed to need a village to run it. I am going to look at all the marketing I am currently drowning in and see if there is a better way to reach those I want to talk to.”
    I am right there with you. It’s so frustrating when you have a beautiful message to share (which you absolutely do!) and it gets overrun by bureaucracy and marketing and everything else.

    1. Hi Sallie! I just wanted to tell you what a lovely blog you also have created–I just visited it for the first time, and added it to my bookmarks.

  3. Don’t despair Alison. This too shall pass, and you always have the right motivation. Many thanks for all you do.

  4. I think you need some good Juju! I recently downloaded the free trial SCRIBD app and am listening to Jen Sincero’s “You are a Badass at making Money” audiobook. I think it’s just what you need right now girl. Hang in there.

  5. Your words inspire and nudge me to think deeper about life. Brocante is a beacon of loveliness in a sometimes dark world. Thank you for sending your message out to all of us. Blessings to you my dear.

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