i was just discussing with a few bloggers how "on" old navy has been recently. from this vest, to these shirts, to these skirts, i have been finding a lot of items that are proving to be very versatile. this skirt was another recent find which i hope will add some much needed color to my very neutral wardrobe. plus, it has a stretchy waistband making it a comfy work alternative.
yesterday, i stopped at a well known copy place to print out just one copy of mini-she's school project. it was a one-page, legal-sized color copy which should have cost two bucks and taken less than five minutes. i used to frequent this place in my college days, printing out papers and projects with the help of the employees. now, they just point you in the direction of a self-service machine. i won't get into the details, but almost 45 minutes later, i had two misprints and one oversized print which was going to cost me another three bucks to trim. i ended up taking my prints and leaving with the most shitty-est of feelings. does providing a self serve copier = no customer service? in today's economy, we should all be thankful to have jobs and the customers who support them. it got me thinking...how important is customer service to you? does it influence where you take your business? would you sacrifice customer service for cost?
veggie & flax seed tortilla chips.
leopard + accessory cravings:
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