I understand first hand how hard it can be creating social media content. You have it on your to-do list and it just feels overwhelming. You’re not sure where to start or maybe you know the things you need to do – create a plan, schedule content, watch your analytics – but you don’t know … Continue reading 6 Best Practices for Creating Social Media Content
Tip: Once a month, record your stats and see how the trends change from month to month. Depending on your social media goals, one of these metrics may be more important to your business strategy. If you’re looking at overall effectiveness, it’s important to keep track of all metrics. If your reach increased 10x but … Continue reading How to Use Analytics
Are you wondering how to show up in your social media channels during the COVID-19 global pandemic? It can feel be overwhelming to figure out what the perfect message is during times like this. I’m here to tell you anything with sincerity is better than nothing at all.
Being Financially Weird | You’re not always going to find yourself surrounded by people who share the same opinions.
People connect with you – or your account – because of what you post. More importantly, how you say it.
It still amazes me that I can get lost in the chaos of life. I’m not new at this wife, mom, or even career thing but I still find myself coming up for air every few months. I can’t put my finger on it, but for some reason we go into survival mode and forget … Continue reading Seasonal Refocus
To all the wonderful, passionate, and loving people who put themselves in positions to teach, protect, and love our children…well, summer has been extra good this year. Like, maybe my sweaty boys stayed up too late riding bikes and fighting crime on the culdasac and we were lucky to get one shower a week. But … Continue reading The Eve of Another Year
I’ve been here before, in this groundhog day feeling of life. Somehow I’m still surprised by how smooth and easy life can be and then suddenly you’re smacked in the face with life. Like, when did it all get so hard? When did days start bleeding together and when did my to-do list get unmanageable? When did my friends lives get … Continue reading The Groundhog Day Phase of Life isn’t Easy
default parent | noun : the person who children come to for everything A while ago I read a post on default parenting. It was like someone smacked me upside the head. Why didn’t I put that together before?! The default parent is the one who the children come to. Even if it means walking right past another parent on … Continue reading A day in the life of a default parent
Warning: This is not a post that will help you potty train a child. No, really. Just because we successfully brought one kid to the proper age of schooling does not mean we know how to raise the other. This a post that will tell you how I spent a weekend trying very hard to convince a very … Continue reading My least favorite parenting duty: potty training