Question. Handkerchiefs. Ironed? Or Not?

by Carol Jones on May 29, 2015

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I’ve always ironed my handkerchiefs. It was the first thing my mother taught me how to iron. So it brings back happy memories for me of when we spent time together in the kitchen.

Ironing.

Just me.

And my mother.

I’ve never thought that it mattered much whether your handkerchief is ironed. Or not.

Until recently.

When I had need to use my handkerchief in public.

And heard someone squeal. OMG! She irons her hankies!

And your handkerchiefs?

Are they ironed?

Or not ironed?

And does it really matter to you?

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~Carol Jones, Ironing Diva❤

I Am The Purveyor Of The Tantrum Free Fitz Like A Glove™ Ironing Board Cover And Other Goodies
Made with love and care in RURAL Australia by men and women who have a disability.


It’s not for everyone.
But it’s definitely for you if you’re fussy about the cover you iron on.
And if you love to support Australian made.
And want to put something back into the community when you make a purchase.

 

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Noelene Gasps. $16 For Postage & Handling!

by Carol Jones on May 15, 2015

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The phone rings at 10:10AM.

My partner, Victor Pleshev, the designer of The Fitz Like A Glove™ Ironing Board Cover And Other Goodies product range, answers the phone.

It’s a customer who previously purchased the Fitz Like A Glove™ Ironing Board Cover from The Guide Dogs Of NSW/ACT.

The back story is this.

From 1995 to 2013, The Guide Dogs Of NSW/ACT used the Fitz Like A Glove™ Ironing Board Cover to raise funds for the training of Guide Dogs and Pets As Therapy Dogs.

And the Fitz Like A Glove™ Ironing Board Cover was always in the top 5 of their products that sold well.

But times change.

And management changes.

And a decision was made to purchase ironing board covers Made In China. With guide dog puppies on them. Because they were cheaper to buy. And their profit margin was significant.

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And that’s always a factor. They’re in business to raise maximum funds. From a cheaper than cheap wholesale price.

Which isn’t us.

But not everyone likes their new choice.

And many of their customers who already have the Fitz Like A Glove™ Cover now ring us direct. Because they don’t want cheaper ironing board covers.

Especially ones Made In China.

Noelene was happy to pay our current price of $44.95 for the cover.

But baulked at the $16 postage and handling charge.

Victor could almost see her fanning herself to stop from fainting.

After a discussion about postage – and handling. Which is the combination of what Australia Post charges us to post her parcel.

And our cost of taking at least half an hour to process and pack her order.

Which involves creating a unique record for her on our database. Debiting her credit card.

Putting systems in place to make sure that when her parcel is packed, it’s perfect. And she’s getting everything she asks for. There is nothing worse than disappointment when she opens her parcel and it’s not everything she ordered.

Then there’s the cost of the parcel post bag. The labels and Australia Post Tracking Sticker on the bag. The ATO compliance paperwork that must be inside every parcel.

Add to that part of the cost of the petrol and time required to travel the 120km round trip to post her parcel.

And you have a postage and handling charge.

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Versus her cost in petrol and wear and tear on her car. Plus her valuable time. To drive to a shopping centre in metropolitan traffic. And find a parking spot. In the hope that she’ll find a premium quality ironing board cover.

Which most retailers no longer stock.

She sees the light.

And decides that $16 postage and handling for what – in her words – is the BEST purchase she’s ever made – is worth it.

And decides to place an order.

This is how our business operates.

Victor answers the phone. And fields the questions. Then passes the customer on to me if they wish to order.

In my chitchat to Noelene, I mention that our products are made with love and care in RURAL Australia by men and women who have a disability.

And every time she purchases from us, she puts something back into the community.

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Noelene doesn’t know this. This is new information. And is thrilled to know she is still helping other people by purchasing from us.

So excited is she at the thought, she decides to order for her daughter as well.

Nothing beats a telephone conversation to get to know our customers better.

And to educate them as to what we do.

I so LOVE these conversations. Because not only do our customers get to know more about us.

They spread the word that we are a company with a heart. Which loves to help others who are challenged in the community.

They become our ‘Ambassadors At Large’.

Carol Jones, Ironing Diva

I Am The Purveyor Of The Tantrum Free Fitz Like A Glove™ Ironing Board Cover And Other Goodies
Made with love and care in RURAL Australia by men and women who have a disability.


It’s not for everyone.
But it’s definitely for you if you’re fussy about the cover you iron on.
And if you love to support Australian made.
And want to put something back into the community when you make a purchase.

 

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Like this post? Share it with your family and friends on . . .

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Photos of my rural property are courtesy of me, Ironing Diva – who is also known as a Paddock Paparazzi – and taken at sunrise every morning.

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The Lady In Red. On The School Run.

by Carol Jones on March 23, 2015

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It’s a very warm, late summer morning in February.

It’s 8am and I’m already in Bathurst. My nearest regional town in my rural patch. As I get to the roundabout that takes me into Bathurst, a detour sign points me in another direction.

To Kelso.

Because of road works.

The right hand turn into Bathurst at Kelso is controlled by traffic lights. And the traffic waiting for the lights to change is backed up past the Kelso Primary School.

As I’m waiting. I’m thinking. This traffic is more Sydney. Than a big country town.

Out of the corner of my eye, I see this vision in red. Streaking across the grounds of the school.

A young woman. With a figure to die for. Mid 30’s. Thick, dark hair wound into a messy top knot.

More sultry Eva Mendes. Rather than Holly Golightly.

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Dressed in a long, red negligee.

Spaghetti straps.

Very sheer.

Very see through.

I couldn’t miss the tattoo of the serpent climbing up her spine. And around her neck. To just behind her right ear.

Nor could I miss that underneath that sexy little negligee she was wearing – there was nothing.

Only the silhouette of her womanly figure.

As she approaches the line of traffic, she picks up the skirt of her filmy, red nightie, and in her bare feet, she tip toes between the cars – at a rapid pace – and runs to her very expensive, shiny black SUV parked across the street. Opens the door. Jumps in. Starts the engine. And drives off.

I burst out laughing. In the car. Out loud. To myself.

My goodness, says me. The dress code for taking children to school has certainly changed since I was a little girl.

And can’t help but wonder . . .

. . . if I’m the only one in that line of traffic going . . .

Oh! My! God!

And your reaction is . . . . . ??

~Carol Jones, Ironing Diva❤

I Am The Purveyor Of The Tantrum Free Fitz Like A Glove™ Ironing Board Cover And Other Goodies
Made with love and care in RURAL Australia by men and women who have a disability.


It’s not for everyone.
But it’s definitely for you if you’re fussy about the cover you iron on.
And if you love to support Australian made.
And want to put something back into the community when you make a purchase.

 

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Like this post? Share it with your family and friends on . . .

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Have a question? Email me.

Or phone me, Carol Jones, in rural Australia on 02 63 588 511.

Photos of my rural property are courtesy of me, Ironing Diva – who is also known as a Paddock Paparazzi – and taken at sunrise every morning.

All the photos in this post are of my Papa Meilland intensely fragrant roses in my hectare of rural garden.

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Heather Is 81. And Planning Ahead For Future Orders.

by Carol Jones on March 20, 2015

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Another phone call.

Another conversation with a story.

Heather is 81. Has been online. Knows what she wants to order. But doesn’t want to order online.

May I place my order now on the telephone, she asks.

Of course, I say.

I ask her if she’s a new customer. Or an existing customer.

I’m new, she says.

Welcome! Welcome! It’s a pleasure to meet you, I say.

She’s delighted with that response.

And quickly informs me that she wants a Gumleaf cover. A Superior Felt Underlay. And a Best Boy Pressing Cloth.

Her address is in a not too far away country town. With the ambience of a quaint village. And interesting shops selling wares made by the locals.

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Having visited a few of those shops, we veer off course in the conversation and discuss the merits of one shop in particular. The artisan bakery. Whose bread I still remember.

Steering the conversation back on course, I ask her how she found out about the Fitz Like A Glove™ Ironing Board Cover. A question I ask all new customers.

Oh, I’ve had one before, she says. And love it. It’s just starting to wear now. I think I bought it at the Bathurst Royal Show.

I blink. Because my brain is quickly ratcheting into the part that remembers events and exhibitions. Wow! The last time we exhibited at the Bathurst Royal Show was in 2002. So her cover is at least 13 years old!

She informs me it’s just starting to wear now. And decides to go online to see where she can buy another one.

She was given a computer as a gift from her children when she was 80 years old. And is an avid surfer of the internet.

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It wasn’t hard to find you, she says. I couldn’t remember the name of the cover. So just keyed in ‘best ironing board cover Australia’. And there you were. At number 1! And number 2!!

As is usual with me and telephone conversations, we veer off course again. For a little while. As we talk about how much she loves the freedom her Toshiba laptop gives her.

And compare the virtues of her laptop to an iPad. Wouldn’t have one she says. Her daughter was given one and never uses it. Too small. And too limiting.

How she now has her Christmas card list on her computer. Downloads recipes she never had access to before. Writes reports about local events for her village newspaper.

And is now in touch with all her friends around the world via email. Which she uses on a regular basis.

We talk about Skype and her disappointment in not being able to use it. Her internet connection is via a wireless stick, not an outdoor antennae. She says there just isn’t enough ‘juice’ in her stick to receive Skype. Regrets that she missed out on her daughter being able to Skype her when her daughter was overseas.

Having covered a wide range of topics, it’s time to part company.

But not before she makes my day.

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She’s ecstatic about how ‘personable’ I am. Which was completely unexpected.

How she can’t wait to tell her children how she surfed the net. Found what she was looking for. And was doubly lucky in being able to place an order by telephone.

Then we veer off again. She’s in gift giving mode. And ticks off the members of her family who will be receiving Fitz Like A Glove™ Ironing Board Covers as gifts in the future. Now that she knows there’s a friendly voice on the other end of the telephone.

Her parting comment is the icing on this cake. I don’t remember all the words. But this is the gist. “I didn’t expect this phone call to be anything other than ordinary. But it’s been such a pleasurable experience to do business with you, I want you to know that I’ll be back. I thought at 81, I wouldn’t have a reason to be back. Because the cover will outlive me. But I’ve loved this conversation and look forward to ordering gifts in the future.”

WOW!

This is what I miss when downloading online orders. The back story to each order. And the personal history of the person placing the order.

Do you prefer to order online? Or do you prefer to pick up the telephone in the hopes you’ll find a friendly voice, eager to take your order?

~Carol Jones, Ironing Diva❤

I Am The Purveyor Of The Tantrum Free Fitz Like A Glove™ Ironing Board Cover And Other Goodies
Made with love and care in RURAL Australia by men and women who have a disability.


It’s not for everyone.
But it’s definitely for you if you’re fussy about the cover you iron on.
And if you love to support Australian made.
And want to put something back into the community when you make a purchase.

 

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The Fitz Like A Glove™ Ironing Board Cover cover has more than 350,000 customers in 29 countries. Because it lives up to its name. It ‘Fitz Like A Glove™’ every time you iron.

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Like this post? Share it with your family and friends on . . .

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Google+.

LinkedIn.

Have a question? Email me.

Or phone me, Carol Jones, in rural Australia on 02 63 588 511.

Photos of my rural property are courtesy of me, Ironing Diva – who is also known as a Paddock Paparazzi – and taken at sunrise every morning.

All the photos today are of that most gorgeous bird, Diamond Firetail. To complement gorgeous Heather!

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PS. And I have a fabulous newsletter ‘A Smidgen Of Gossip’. This is what a subscriber says about it. “Carol. Just had some time to read it and found that it is, as with everything you do, rather wonderful. A great read. W” You can subscribe to it by clicking this link. It’s FREE! This is not a lifetime commitment. You can Unsubscribe at any time. Don’t miss out. Click this link now!

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Yikes! A Criticism. What’s A Gal To Do?

by Carol Jones on March 18, 2015

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I encourage phone calls from my website.

I find talking to people is an excellent form of feedback. And what I hear often changes the way I run my business.

This phone call is a little different.

A criticism.

For having too much information on my website.

Rather than too little.

What’s a gal to do?

I pause. Think about how I should respond.

And quickly try to work out how I can turn this sow’s ear into a silk purse.

Part of the problem with a website is that I’m not a mind reader. So I can never please all of the people. All of the time.

When I receive criticism that I haven’t explained something well enough, I discuss it with my partner, Victor Pleshev. The architect who designed the Fitz Like A Glove™ Ironing Board Cover And Other Goodies product range. And. Who is. Also the creator and maintainer of our main website.

After much discussion and final agreement, he then rewrites that section of the website. In the hopes that it will be better than before.

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When I get asked questions by email. Or by telephone. That should be answered on the website. We again revise and refresh what we say.

And so it goes.

I explain this to my caller.

And also explain that it’s possible to search every website for specific information. It’s just a matter of using the Control + F keys, and keying in your search term in the dialogue box that pops up somewhere on your screen. It could be at the top right hand corner of your screen. Or the bottom left hand corner. Just look for it. It’s a function that I use all the time on other websites.

After bantering back and forth for a few minutes, my caller decides she will cut me some slack.

“Because I’m out in the bush.”

Yes! She actually says that.

The conversation then veers way off course.

And she leads me on a merry chase that includes the protection of the Regent Honeyeater in the Capertee Valley. Which isn’t far from me.

The Queensland election. And just who is Annastacia Palaszczuk?

The perilous state of Tony Abbott’s prime ministership.

How people no longer grow their own food. And because of that they don’t know where food comes from. Or how to use some of the vegetables on display in the supermarkets.

To the callous way supermarkets treat the farmers.

Et al!!!

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After this roller coaster ride of a conversation, my caller calls me to heel by cracking her figurative whip.

To say she’s running out of time.

And would I like to take her order over the telephone?!

Why would I not love this telephone conversation?

I can never have this sort of a social bonding downloading an online order.

Not only do I overcome her objection to too much information.

But I make a friend.

This is the favourite part of running my business. Making friends. Nothing is more important to me than that.

Because when you make a friend, that friend trusts you. Has confidence in you. And will tell other people about what you do.

Do you like to make friends with the men and women you do business with? Or do you prefer transactions to be at arms length? Or perhaps you have a foot in both camps?

~Carol Jones, Ironing Diva❤

I Am The Purveyor Of The Tantrum Free Fitz Like A Glove™ Ironing Board Cover And Other Goodies
Made with love and care in RURAL Australia by men and women who have a disability.


It’s not for everyone.
But it’s definitely for you if you’re fussy about the cover you iron on.
And if you love to support Australian made.
And want to put something back into the community when you make a purchase.

 

FLAG Full Video Icon 350W x 345H 2014 July 14 copy

The Fitz Like A Glove™ Ironing Board Cover cover has more than 350,000 customers in 29 countries. Because it lives up to its name. It ‘Fitz Like A Glove™’ every time you iron.

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Like this post? Share it with your family and friends on . . .

Facebook.

Google+.

LinkedIn.

Have a question? Email me.

Or phone me, Carol Jones, in rural Australia on 02 63 588 511.

Photos of my rural property are courtesy of me, Ironing Diva – who is also known as a Paddock Paparazzi – and taken at sunrise every morning.

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PS. And I have a fabulous newsletter ‘A Smidgen Of Gossip’. This is what a subscriber says about it. “Carol. Just had some time to read it and found that it is, as with everything you do, rather wonderful. A great read. W” You can subscribe to it by clicking this link. It’s FREE! This is not a lifetime commitment. You can Unsubscribe at any time. Don’t miss out. Click this link now!

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I Have A Date With My Kitchen. Every Saturday.

by Carol Jones on March 16, 2015

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I do LOVE to cook.

And to potter around my farmhouse kitchen.

Which is filled with second hand treasures from op shops and charity shops.

And Saturday in my farmhouse kitchen is a special day for me.

Because.

Every Saturday.

I have a BIG date with my kitchen.

And as with all dates, I dress up for the occasion.

In my best crisply ironed jeans. And shirt.

Boots polished to a mirror shine.

Make up on. Bling. Perfume.

And coordinate the colour of my apron to my wardrobe.

Because I can.

Because. I am also the maker of the Roadworks Apron.

Fresh flowers from the garden are put into my favourite vintage cut glass jug.

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In spring it’s deeply fragrant Oklahoma roses. Lavender. Blue hebes. And the irresistible climbing jasmine.

In summer it’s fragrant Abelia. Star Jasmine. Iceberg roses. And honeysuckle.

In autumn it’s the autumn leaves on my oaks, maples and ornamental pear trees. And late blooming roses.

In winter it’s fragrant Winter Honeysuckle. And super fragrant Wintersweet.

I put the CD player on. Starting with Motown. Of course.

The Platters. The Supremes. Otis Redding. Brook Benton. Roy Orbison.

Progressing to The Delltones.

Then onto The Manhattan Transfer. The Fifth Dimension.

Finishing with Nat King Cole. And K.D. Lang.

And reminisce for many hours while baking.

Bread. Cakes. Cookies. Because I’m gluten free.

Two loaves of bread. With flaked salt on top.

Butter Almond Cake. Gateau Breton. Crostada.

Death By Chocolate cookies.

Home made mayonnaise. Because it’s better than store bought.

Pestos made from ingredients not available commercially. Like my own recipe for Cos Lettuce Pesto. With sunflower seeds. Grated parmesan cheese. Garlic. And bread crumbs made from leftover home made toasted bread with melted cheese on top. Put in the food processor with olive oil. Yummy!

I lose myself in the art of cookery.

And when I’m finished, I look like the scullery maid.

Dusted over with flour from head to toe.

But I love it.

And my Roadworks Apron goes straight into the wash. It could never be worn two days in a row!

Do you have a day, every week, that you look forward to? Where you do something special? That you love.

~Carol Jones, Ironing Diva❤

I Am The Purveyor Of The Tantrum Free Fitz Like A Glove™ Ironing Board Cover And Other Goodies

Made with love and care in RURAL Australia by men and women who have a disability.


It’s not for everyone.
But it’s definitely for you if you’re fussy about the cover you iron on.
And if you love to support Australian made.
And want to put something back into the community when you make a purchase.

FLAG Full Video Icon 350W x 345H 2014 July 14 copy

The Fitz Like A Glove™ Ironing Board Cover cover has more than 350,000 customers in 29 countries. Because it lives up to its name. It ‘Fitz Like A Glove™’ every time you iron.

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Like this post? Share it with your family and friends on . . .

Facebook.

Google+.

LinkedIn.

Have a question? Email me.

Or phone me, Carol Jones, in rural Australia on 02 63 588 511.

Photos of my rural property are courtesy of me, Ironing Diva – who is also known as a Paddock Paparazzi – and taken at sunrise every morning.

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PS. And I have a fabulous newsletter ‘A Smidgen Of Gossip’. This is what a subscriber says about it. “Carol. Just had some time to read it and found that it is, as with everything you do, rather wonderful. A great read. W” You can subscribe to it by clicking this link. It’s FREE! This is not a lifetime commitment. You can Unsubscribe at any time. Don’t miss out. Click this link now!

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Books. Tables To Eat At. And Memories.

March 13, 2015
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A good friend in America, who’s now a rising star in the food world, made a comment on her Facebook page about the state of her cookbooks. Which were covered in splatter marks. With pages stuck together. And I wondered about why it should matter that things we use are no longer in perfect condition. […]

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The Seth Godin ‘Your Turn’ Blog Challenge. Day 8. My Epilogue.

March 12, 2015
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Greetings from rural Australia, I’m Carol Jones. And I’m the purveyor of The Fitz Like A Glove™ Ironing Board Cover And Other Goodies. From Monday January 19th 2015 to Sunday January 25th 2015, I posted to The Seth Godin Your Turn Blog Challenge on Tumblr the posts I wrote for this challenge. One a day. […]

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The Seth Godin ‘Your Turn’ Blog Challenge. Day 7. What Do You Do When You Hit A Brick Wall?

March 9, 2015
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Greetings from rural Australia, In December 2014, I purchased Seth Godin’s new book, ‘It’s Your Turn’. In January 2015, he issued a challenge to us to post a blog a day. Every day. For 7 days. I took up the challenge. This is Day 7. 25th January 2015. What Do You Do When You Hit […]

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The Seth Godin ‘Your Turn’ Blog Challenge. Day 6. Is Your Business Your Lifestyle? Your Love? Or Just Plain Work?

February 27, 2015
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Greetings from rural Australia, In December 2014, I purchased Seth Godin’s new book, ‘It’s Your Turn’. In January 2015, he issued a challenge to us to post a blog a day. Every day. For 7 days. I took up the challenge. This is Day 6. 24th January 2015. Is Your Business Your Lifestyle? Your Love? […]

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