Growing up, Leslie Jacobs` room was an organizing dream. Her David Cassidy photos were so straight, they looked like wall-paper. But, it took until 1999 when she was organizing her cousin Sheila`s house to realize she had stumbled upon her passion of helping others get organized and clutter-free. She now writes for Home Living CT, and organizes people through her business called Les Is More and speaks to small groups helping them get organized and clutter-free. Her goals are to be on Oprah,
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Maybe your clients would love to give this as a holiday present to their clients with children, OR you may have some people who would need this game. Hasbro called me last week...they are interested in this game.
Let me know if you have any questions about my product. Thanks!
Hey: I just found out that my product is great for children with autisim. One of my clients who has two children with autisim said Les Mess is great for children because it has rules you need to follow--and you can read the card and get something at the end.
Now, what do I do with this information? I`m worried that people will think I want to make money off this horrible afflication...so many I should give a discount to children with austisim.