Author: Guest Blogger

One Look, Three Ways – 3 Ways to Style a Simple Black T-Shirt

Thank you to our guest blogger Jessi Russell of JessiRussell.com with photo courtesy of Riss Rahm Photography, used with permission. It’s good to have a closet filled with endless outfit ideas but it can get confusing. Make the most of your wardrobe when you have a black t-shirt; it’s one look three ways with this essential piece. Our brains love habit. It’s a fact. Often that’s good but it’s easy to limit the number of outfits we can create, causing us to want to shop more, when we don’t explore the possibilities in our closet. Think about this example:...

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How to Balance Work and Home Life as an Entrepreneur

Thank you to our guest blogger Natalie McKee of Nursing Shoe Heaven for offering her insight into how to balance work and home life as an entrepreneur. Maybe I’m the exception to the rule, but I never set out to become an entrepreneur. My virtual assistant business blossomed my freelance writing into a real career, but I didn’t do a good job of keeping a barrier between work and life when I started out. It was a challenge to balance work and home life as an entrepreneur. I remember late one night telling my husband I needed to do “just one more...

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10 Travel Tips for Bloggers on the Go

Thank you to our guest blogger Toni-Ann of The Swiss Freis. Traveling to new countries and experiencing new cultures is one of the most exhilarating experiences anyone can have. Our travel tips for bloggers include getting organized, capturing photographic memories, and making the most of your experience. We understand that while travel can be exciting, it can prove to be quite stressful, especially for bloggers who want to document all their experiences to share with their readers. You may be wondering, “How can I document my travels without missing a single detail?” and we’ve got ideas. 10 Travel Tips...

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Three Ways to Make Your About Me Page Engaging

Writing an About Me page is a vulnerable task. Talking about ourselves in order to persuade others to connect, to change, or to do business with us can force us out our comfort zone and into a spiral of doubt and overwhelm: Where do I begin? How do I cram decades of experience into 300 words? Does this even sound like me? I give up!  Here are three ways you can stop spinning your wheels and start engaging your audience with the authentic you. 1.    Start your About Me Page with the right hook. Your hook is an emotional...

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