Something I’m asked about quite is often is my experience of setting up a business. I’m no expert by any stretch, but it’s something that I guess is rather intruiging and from a blogger community point of view in particular, it may well be something you are considering. Whether it’s branching out and adding a string to your blogging bow, or quite simply looking at the business side of blogging.Continue reading
Instagram is by far my most favourite social channel at the moment. I love nothing more that to lose myself in my feed, which is full or so much inspiration and all my favourite online people. If you are looking to follow new accounts, or just getting started with instagram and want to see what a fabulous place it is… then let me share another of my favourites on insta, Jess Soothill.Continue reading
When I mention to people that I work from home, I often get a mixed response. There is clearly 2 camps… those that think it would be amazing (I guess they picture lounging around, feasting on home bakes and an endless supply of caramel latte), whilst the other don’t favour it, in fear of being easily distracted and not feeling ‘in the zone’.
There are certainly pros and cons to working from home and I’m going to try and remain as neutral as possible on summing these up:
I always get asked how I started blogging and what equipment, websites and tools I use. So, with my 4th blog birthday fast approaching (ahem September… but you know how time flies), I thought I’d give you an insight into some of my favourite tools I use for blogging on a day to day basis.
These are by no means what I started out with, but are the blogging tools or equipment that I have built up over the last 3 years and have certainly made a difference to my productivity and results. If you are starting out, I always recommend working with what you’ve got until you at least establish that you are 100% interested.Continue reading