Tag: tips

Discovering Self-Tanning

Discovering Self-Tanning
For someone that lives for sunny days and would rather wear a bikini rather than any other item of clothing, I’m shocked that it’s taken me until JUST two weeks ago to discover self-tanner! Growing up, we had “family tanning days” where I would join my mom and dad at their tanning salon, and we’d... Read more »

October Amazon Fashion Finds

October Amazon Fashion Finds
I’m so surprised that I never thought to shop for clothes on Amazon before the past few months. I have always been a huge Amazon fan – mainly for selling client’s products in grocery and for purchasing little beauty and food items that I need and can have delivered the same day, but I never... Read more »

One Dress Four Ways

One Dress Four Ways
One thing I like is when I can find new clothes that are versatile. How great is it when you can find an article of clothing that looks like a new piece each time you wear it?! If one item can go from work to date night or from the farmers market to brunch, it’s... Read more »
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Five Things I've Learned As An Entrepreneur

Five Things I've Learned As An Entrepreneur
I get asked a lot if people can “pick my brain” and give them tips on starting their own businesses, how to successfully work for yourself and what my “secrets” to time management are. Generally I take the time to answer these questions one on one, but I rarely write about how I make it... Read more »

5 Social Media Metrics That Matter

5 Social Media Metrics That Matter
  You’ve had your social media profiles set up for a while. You run campaigns, are participating in chats, maybe you have even begun delving into paid social. But how do you what’s working and what isn’t? Are you looking at analytics? Tracking metrics? It’s easy to fall into rabbit holes of looking at numbers... Read more »

Make Working From Home Work For You

In the eighteen years I have been working professionally, I have been fortunate to spend almost all of them working from home. My very first job out of college, at 21, was a work-from-home job. I had never had a “real” full-time grown up job before, and it was very exciting. However, I had no clue... Read more »
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