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These days, online privacy is a big deal. Everyone's worried about being hacked, spied on, companies following their every move, exes trying to ruin their reputation, and making mistakes that they can’t fix. Often, our privacy gets violated because no one warned us about what to look out for, or who not to trust. You wouldn’t give your ID to a random dude on the street—why give it to Facebook? One of the biggest problems we women face is that most websites and apps are not designed to safeguard us. We’re targets. Read More
If as a small business owner, your holiday season typically involves an aneurysm instead of jolly ho ho ho's, maybe it's time to get your shit together. The massive influx of orders and general insanity propelling through the cosmos during this time of year can cause anyone to flip out. If you're already grinding your teeth, check out these 5 tips (courtesy of SquareUp) to get your small business all hooked up to rake in the dough!  1. Plan Your Inventory Look back and remember what items sold out last year. Buy more of those items so you can get the double dose of that money. Read More
Boston’s BUST Craftacular has a treat for all our vegan Bustie’s out there looking for non-toxic and cruelty -free cosmetic products. Why is the struggle so very real? For women who like to get there nails done and moisturize their winter skin, without fearing their own or a fluffy being’s skin is going to flake off, the BUST Craftacular has the hookup. Don’t miss these awesome vendors making luxurious beauty products just for you: Nailed it: 365 Lacquer This awesome nail polish company is keeping it handcrafted and full of personal preferences. Read More
Beantown get ready! The BUST Craftacular is pleased to announce our Vendors for our two-day celebration of all things DIY, kicking off November 28th & 29th. Coinciding with Shop Local Saturday, we're coming to rescue you from your Black Friday hangover with an indie gift buying fix. The Cyclorama at Boston Center for the Arts will host over 100 of the choicest handmade vendors and give you access to talented craftspeople selling unique toys, trendy jewelry, street wear made for ladies, indie cosmetics, sassy greeting cards, delicious food, and more. Tickets are $3 at the door or online. Read More
The first step is admitting you have a problem: you didn’t come up with a Halloween costume. It’s alright. Neither did I. Which is why I spent the morning brainstorming fanciful get-ups you can piece together last-minute.   This is by no means a definitive list – just a stream of costume consciousness from a fellow holiday procrastinator. Maybe you’ll find some outfit inspo, or maybe you’ll hate all of these so much you’ll come up with something better. Either way, time is running out…let’s get started!   1. Read More