“Well behaved women rarely make history” It’s pretty hard to make history when half your waking hours is folding laundry. It’s a fact of life unless i guess if you are so lucky to be able to hire someone to do this for you. I am going to go out on a limb and assume that 99% of us do not have a full time helper that can fold our laundry. I started this site to build a group of women (ok maybe a few men but only if they are Cowboys or that guy in Fifty Shades of Grey) that want to Eat, Create, and Design being happy everyday. And part of this is making some history having some fun! Even when folding laundry. I am going to start a club called the Laundry Pile Club. This club looks like a club for women but its a secret 007 James Bond type club as in that when we are folding all this never ending laundry we really are scheming up ways to make history. Scheming up ways to eat our way to happiness without gaining weight. Scheming up ways to create a better world. Scheming up way to design a laundry folding machine that will make us so much money we won’t need the machine anymore because now we can hire full time helper and a few Cowboys to do the lawn work. Hey wait would that be the steal cowboy that Bon Jovi sings about? Ok so how are we going to do this making history thing? Just grab hold and get r done! Example; today I am going to make history by fixing the air conditioner that apparently a women could never figure out how to call to get fixed. I am under the understanding that a women in the history of life has never been able to pull this off and make a phone call to fix something that is man’s works. I know I can do it for I have built a strong plan while folding laundry last night. 1. find the phone number 2. dial the number 3. tell the person who answers “it’s really really hot in my house please come and fix my air conditioner 4. give them the address and find out what time they are coming just in case it’s a cowboy 5. wait for them to come 6. watch them fix it just in case they think they like something and want to take it 7. test it before they leave 9. double check that its was not under warranty 10. pay them 11. YOU MADE HISTORY! Hard to believe isn’t it! See how easy it is to make history and how happy you will be not only knowing you made history and got the things fixed but now you can fold laundry in the perfect temperature. Join now it only takes an email and be apart of a huge history making movement do things that have never been done before. Be a super hero!
PS Smile life is short make some freaking history!
MINNEAPOLIS, MN – Kim Kalan, Co-Founder and CEO of “One Cookie”,” is a renaissance woman when it comes to her career. She has bought and sold numerous companies. She has participated in Mensa think tank groups. She has brokered countless international transactions to the tune of millions of dollars over the years. Through all these experiences, there has been one thing that has motivated her all along the way: creating jobs. Her current venture very likely could be the pinnacle of this lifelong agenda.
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