Life at Tall Pines Inn
Life at Tall Pines Inn has been sweet and demanding - and lovingit!
I cannot believe that I have not jumped in here since February.I have been caught in a whirlwind of sorts. Taking on cabin lodging of 14cabins with 21 units has been an undertaking that we could not have anticipated. Parts of it have come easy and other parts seem insurmountable. Certainly more questions than answers!
Check us out on TripAdvisor and our success is apparent - for mereading TripAdvisor is like needing to pinch myself to make sure I'm notdreaming.
We are whipping this lodging into shape but there is so so somuch more to do. Every little accomplishment requires time for celebration.
I will tell you, the training I received here at WealthyAffiliate and my website modernbnb.com, has proven invaluable to understandingthis job and getting this corporation up and running. We also have a newwebsite and booking engine. We were able to make these decisions and direct theprocess with great insight because of my couple of years working this WA. Thankyou so much WA.
However, starting a business is not all roses and money istight, especially on the personal side. For now, I feel I have found my niche!!I feel I have some real tools I need. I would love to continue with WA, but it is not possible, both from a financial and time allocation perspective. Iwould LOVE to come back sometime in the future, but I don't know when we'll have this big beast tamed.
All I can say, taken out in the real world and applied, I can seewhat my affiliate marketing training has taught me. I would be happy to giveadvice to anyone.
Please don't be a stranger. We own Tall Pines Inn in EurekaSprings, AR, and you can read all about us at tallpinesinn.com, and like us on Facebook. I hope I'm not violating some policy here but this is my goodbye so I wouldlove for you to please stay in touch!!
With Great Fondness,
Michelle - frenchfrey