Let’s face it, creating content on social media can seem like a challenge at times. In this post, I’ll give you ten easy go-to options when you run into a rut with your social media posting schedule. Continue reading → Easy Ways to Create Content for your Social Media Page
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It’s hard to believe we are on month SIX in 2019. How did that happen? I feel like this year is flying by, but I think that’s how it always seems to go because time flies when you’re having fun, right?! Between all of the roles we play as a parent, spouse, career-person, friend, volunteer, etc, we seem to always be busy and on-the-go! This post is a challenge for you to take time on a little reflection of how far you’ve come this year. Continue reading → 2019 Goal Check-in: Reflect. Celebrate. Focus.
I have always been the outdoorsy type, loved growing up on a farm & exploring nature. A few years ago, my sister & her significant other introduced me to hiking while in Colorado & I’ve been hooked ever since. Recently, on a hike up Camelback Mountain in Arizona with my husband, Brandon, it made me think about how hiking is like life.
When I ask clients about their biggest struggles when it comes to social media, the answer is often the same:
“It’s hard to come up with fresh content in social media.”
“I can’t seem to find the time to commit and not sure what type of information to post.”
“I watch other businesses do a fantastic job with their social media, but then I struggle.” Continue reading → Create an Engaging Social Media Plan
There are so many different avenues when it comes to marketing, it can be tough for a small business owner to know where to set their priorities and invest their time. As I meet with clients, similar themes tend to pop up, so I thought I would put together some tips to help guide your small business marketing decisions! Continue reading → Tips for Marketing Your Small Business
Everybody has the same 168 hours in a week – and those hours sure fill up fast, don’t they?! One of my focus areas in 2019 was to use my time more effectively, mainly because billable hours = my paycheck! As I have been more conscientious of my time, I have discovered some tips that work well for me and help improve my overall work & life flow. I currently work from home and have in previous portions of my career too, so some of the tips are ones I’ve implemented for years and others are relatively new. I thought they were worth sharing – hopefully you can take a few of the tips and reclaim some hours in your schedule too! Continue reading → Being Intentional with Your Time
I am a big believer in signs that help guide you in life. There are so many signs in nature and it’s probably why I love living on a farm because I get to experience that connection on a daily basis. Like whenever I see a cardinal outside our window, I always feel like that’s a visitor from Heaven, just checking in on us! It always brings a warmth to my heart. It’s been fun to share that thought with our kids and how expressive they get when a cardinal comes for a visit on the farm!
Lately, I have noticed a bald eagle that has been visiting our place and I just feel like he is a sign to me personally. We’ve seen him perched on trees in the grove, swooping up our lane, perched in the corn stalks and this weekend, he spent some time in our lawn (chewing on a dead animal that our dogs drug up – yuck)! But he fascinates me and I notice him a few times a week. So, naturally, I had to Google what it means to have an eagle visit and it’s was kind of neat to read about. Here are the main points I found: Continue reading → Animal Symbols in Nature