Please be safe if you are in the path of Hurricane Irma. As of this post, all post offices in Jacksonville, FL are open, and orders are going out as normal. I will update with any changes, via Facebook @AmberByAmanda. -Amanda Growing up in Daytona Beach, Florida, I would say I’m used to the threats… Continue reading Preparing for Hurricane Irma
A couple weeks ago, I wrote about my 5-year-old son, Kylan, having the flu and how our Amber necklaces are believed to help boost our immune systems. You can read that post here. It is now two weeks after Kylan’s flu symptoms. I am happy to report my original post was all we experienced from… Continue reading Goodbye, Flu
“Can I have a discount?” “Are there any coupon codes available?” “Is there going to be a sale soon?” “I’m waiting for this necklace to go on sale.” Many people come to me asking for a discount or coupon code. I offer 15% off to anyone who wants to partner with me on social media.… Continue reading Amber Discounts and Coupon Codes
One of my favorite things about shipping orders each day is discovering how my customers found out about me. With each order I open, I always look at the “How did you hear about us?” section to see where the order is coming from. I especially love the word-of-mouth referrals. When a specific name is listed… Continue reading Amber Referrals
Let me start by saying my children rarely get sick. They both have been sick twice in their lifetime so far. By “sick”, I mean the dreaded flu symptoms. Their previous symptoms lasted less than 12 hours the first time and under 6 hours the second time. Their body temperatures remained in the “elevated range”… Continue reading My baby is sick!
October 2, 2015 was when I decided to blog. It took a year and a half for my second post. I’m learning this whole blog thing. It takes TIME to learn the ropes and more TIME to actually put it into action. As you know, TIME is one thing stay-at-home/work-at-home moms must use wisely. One thing I learned… Continue reading Finding TIME to Blog with Kids
It’s Mother’s Day. Mother’s Day is usually the time of year everyone lets their mom know she is loved. But, isn’t every day Mother’s Day? It sure seems like it to me. For some time now, Kylan (5y) has been in a phase where he thinks everything is a competition. He turned saying “I love you” into this… Continue reading Those Three Little Words