If your outdoor canopy tent isn't fully waterproof, a rainy craft show will be miserable. Unfortunately, some canopies are less water-tight than others, and you probably won't discover if yours is leaky until you're in the middle of a rained out show.
If you plan ahead, though, and prepare, there are several ways you can minimize the risk of being stuck in a leaky craft tent. This week, find out how to survive a rainy outdoor craft show.
Building a craft business can feel like chasing a huge, dream goal. It can be risky.
This summer, I learned from an astronaut how to chase a big, dream goal without risking too much, and how to ensure you're happy, even if you don't fully achieve your goal.
Let's be honest, rainy outdoor craft shows are no fun for a lot of reasons. If you plan ahead and prepare your tent, you can at least stay dry through a wet show. Here's how to prep for a craft show when rain is in the forecast.
Dream goals can be risky, and often we push aside our audacious goals because the risk of chasing them seems too great. What if there was a way to chase a big goal without risking too much? Here's what an astronaut taught me about how to chase a dream goal and be happy, even if you don't fully achieve it.
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