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Bow Pumps!

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

What is it about bows on shoes that makes me want to buy them all?  I just adore the look and so many cute styles out now!

On another note... I wanted to thank all my readers who have been such great supporters of my jewelry line.  It's been such an exciting ride since the time we started until now and I can hardly believe that it's only been a year and half!  I love getting emails from readers sharing how they wear our pieces to sharing in our excitement when they've seen us featured in a magazine or elsewhere.  I truly appreciate all the love and support, I couldn't have grown t+j Designs without all your help!
Update: Thanks for everyone who applied!  I got some really great candidates and am now in the process of interviewing.  I'm no longer taking resumes but thank you all for your interest!

Because of our rapid growth, I'm getting a bit overwhelmed in everything that we've got going on so I've decided to hire an intern.  I thought I'd put it out on the blog first to see if any of my readers would be interested in working with us!  I would love to find someone who loves fashion and of course loves jewelry, who's very familiar with all aspects of social media - blogging, facebook, twitter, instagram, etc... and who is eager to learn more about starting, running and growing an e-commerce business!  Experience with photography and Photoshop would be a major bonus.  This is a great opportunity for someone who would love to be a part of our company from the ground up.  You will mainly be assisting me with running the day to day operations of the business with an emphasis on the social media aspect.  This position will be part time and unpaid to start with (if in school, we'd be happy to work with you to get you school credit) but definite potential for a long term paid position in the future.  I do prefer the intern to be local - in the Seattle area or able to get to Seattle on a weekly basis but because most of the time, this position will be working from home, I'm open to finding an intern that is not local if the fit is right.  Please email your cover letter and resume to tiffany (at) tandjdesigns.com with the subject "Intern" and I'll try to get back to you as soon as I can.  Feel free to also email me with any questions or to get more information about the position if you are interested.  Thanks!

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