“An average day at JAA? I walk in being greeted by Penny licking and kissing my entire body, for a solid 10 min. It’s an irresistible amount of love, and I look forward to it every time. Typically, I find Julie cleaning house, while printing, while packaging, while checking orders, while playing with Penny. It’s chaotic, yet great.
A lot of times I spend Monday evenings at JAA, right around The Bachelor / Bachelorette time. We all love this show (regardless of what Jordan may admit too), and I seem to get a lot done while watching the mayhem that occurs each week.
I fold, stuff, and repeat. I will always call this my favorite job, ever. Not only do I get quality time with great friends, but I also get the inside scoop of new card ideas coming to the JAA shop, or even a pre-screening of videos in the works at ETCH. I love seeing all the ideas as they are forming and then all the feedback and success once it hits the public. There is so much creativity flowing through that house.”
What do you think? Is this a fun potential series? I have a post from Jordan lined up next. ;]
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I love this idea! Seeing the behind the scene stuff is super cool and one of my favorite parts of your blog.
I want to fold cards while watching the bachelor with penny!
I love seeing behind the scenes! It makes things so much more real and you can see the real work that goes into making such beautiful designs! I wish I had Katie’s job, sounds like a blast! =)
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love this peek into your world from a 3rd party. :]
love this idea – so fun to see what happens behind the scenes :).
Great idea 🙂
You have the coolest job ever! xo Emily
I totally agree with Chloe! This would be a fun series to follow. ^^
I love this! I hope you continue with the series 🙂
Great idea for a series — love the fact that you are delegating posts so people can write about the other stuff you have delegated to them. I love-love it — not snarky-love it. I think it is brilliant and funny as hell; my pretentious side also thinks it is very post-modern and meta-blog (but that side of me annoys the down-to-earth side, so I usually keep her quiet).
I think it’s a great idea. I think one thing that attracts people to blogs is being able to relate to them. Viewers love seeing that the brains behind the blogs are “normal” people and have “normal” lives. I’ll definitely be watching out for the next behind the scenes post:)
I love this new feature! It’s always great fun getting to see behind-the-scenes!
Do you mind my asking, what type of printer do you use?
What a fun idea for a post!
I just found you! Trying to get the blasted pin it button to the bottom of my posts! Thanks for doing that by the way!
This looks like a fun place to dwell!
I think it is so much fun getting glimpses into the behind-the-scenes moments of others’ businesses. Would definitely love to see more as well!