As with all things Classic (SJ); it started with a plan. As with all things Organic (NF); it started with inspiration. Classic Freedom (SFJ) Kelly wondered how hard it would be to make her five year old son an Angry Birds cakes so she watched a You Tube video a month in advance and then created a professional looking cake that everyone thought was Cake Boss material. This, in due course, inspired her Organic Freedom (NFP) sister Katie to do something similar for her daughter's 11th birthday. But what was an easy two hour project for for Kelly, ended up being a two DAY project for Katie, who is still physically recovering. Ahh the difference between types.
I've battled acne throughout my life, minus my first blissful 12 years. So my face never looked as good as this random, plant, zen lady's on the left. But up until recently, I didn't find that eliminating certain foods reduced my acne one iota. Now as I approach the big 4-0, what I put into my body does impact my skin. I'm like an old model car that needs high-end gas to run properly. Don't fret though, it's not as if I eat only nuts and berries these days. Barbara Lincoln, our Classic Freedom (ESFJ) nutritionist, debunks a few widely believed myths about skin care and food.
I'm standing in line at Citarella's butcher on the Upper West Side two days ago and see a handsome, slightly older man shopping nearby, eventually coming to stand near me at the butcher counter. I notice his profile looks a lot like Andrew McCarthy. Then I overhear him place his order. The voice is unmistakably that of Blaine from Pretty in Pink. When I tell my extroverted Classic Freedom (ESFJ) husband about the encounter, he couldn't believe I didn't ask him for a photo. Honestly, as an Introvert, it never dawned on me to ask.
I received this regulatory notice from NY State today:
For the return due March 20, 2014, the Tax Department's Sales Tax Web File service will require vendors to report credit information on a jurisdictional basis. This means for each jurisdiction for which you report activity, you must now separately report your credits against taxable sales and purchases.