Tuesday, April 21, 2009


Thank you, dear readers, for your patience as I've been a bit sidetracked the past couple weeks. Those of you who know me are aware that I have entrepreneurial tendencies in my genes. I started teaching piano lessons in eighth grade and had up to 45 students at one point after receiving my B.A. After high school, I faced serious health challenges that made me delve into lots of reading about natural remedies. Thankfully, a well-trusted doctor with an additional degree in biochemistry recommended me to Body Wise, and because of the tremendous results that ensued, I began a part-time business on my own. Now I'm at home with my children after teaching full-time for 8 years. Let me tell you, it's definitely rewarding, and I wouldn't trade it for anything.

But in the last few weeks, my husband and I have been working like crazy to put him into business again. A few years ago, he was doing business as Dan's Tree Service, but for the last year and half, he's been working as an employee for the largest tree care company in the nation. He enjoyed his time with them and learned volumes, but he is now partnering with a friend, and they have started Arborworks, LLC, an environmental tree and grounds care company. Since Dan is an ISA Certified Arborist and ISA Certified Tree Climber Specialist, he will bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the field. His customers have always given rave reviews about the quality of his work and expertise in the field.

As many of you know who have started a business, there's a ton of groundwork to lay and many hours of preparation to put in. That should explain where I've been the past few weeks. However, I can't wait to tell you about the new Jewel Catalina that will be starting Thursday! As soon as I lay my eyes on that ad, I will tell you what the best deals will be. (It's going to be a ConAgra deal--buy $25, get $10 back in catalinas.)

Until then, I'll keep my eyes open for more amazing deals. And if you live in the greater Chicagoland area and are in need of treework, give us a call at 630-352-3215 or drop an email to melissa@arborworks.biz. We'd love to be of service to you and help make your property beautiful!

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