Is Snoloha Dead or Alive?

I’ve had more than a few people ask about Snoloha.  “What’s going on with it?”  “Will you bring back any t-shirts?” “Can I still buy Snoloha gear?”…questions of that nature. They’re all good, valid questions. I don’t have a very clear and concise answer, though.  Which, fittingly, pretty much has always summed up “Snoloha”…and ultimately… Continue reading Is Snoloha Dead or Alive?

Old Men in Tank Tops

For those of you who have followed this blog through the years, you know that I often reference Jimmy Buffett and Seth Godin.  It’s an interesting combo – a singer best known for his laid-back  ‘Margaritvalle’ empire and a marketing and business author best known for his blog, or his books, or his bald head,… Continue reading Old Men in Tank Tops

Flattery or Frustration?

Since the launch of Snoloha there have been a handful of times when the ‘big boys’ have done something similar to what my concept is.  It’s a mixed bag of feelings when it happens.  Part of me finds it flattering that these multi-million dollar global brands are willing to put time and money into a… Continue reading Flattery or Frustration?

1,000 Blog Posts?!

It’s true.  This is the 1,000th post here on the Snoloha Barefoot & Exposed Blog. Crazy.  I think. As I think about the ups and downs of growing Snoloha and this over-connected, 140 character, give-it-to-me-now, hashtag world we live in…I’ve actually been using a good old fashion pen / pencil and sketchbook more than ever… Continue reading 1,000 Blog Posts?!

Life is not a snow globe.

I’ve suddenly found myself with a handful of snow globes around the house.  That’s what happens when you have kids. Until you gently shake it, a snow globe is pretty boring.  There’s nothing happening.  Just the status quo.  Normalcy.  Complacency. But you shake it…and something happens.  It becomes interesting.  There’s a story.  There’s change. And… Continue reading Life is not a snow globe.

Going to the Boys Room…

I knew I liked SnoMon the moment I met him.  And as we’ve gotten to know each other better, we’ve learned we’ve got more in common than we thought. SnoMon and his fear of cubicles is something I find quite entertaining.  And when he heard about my quitting story, well…let’s just say he gained a… Continue reading Going to the Boys Room…