Posts in Tools & Reviews
A Beginners Guide to Bullet Journaling

Bullet journaling has blown up the past few years. If you've never heard of it, you probably aren't a planner person, but you might become one after reading this. Bullet Journals combine planners, notes, tasks, journaling, and braindumps into one super-customizable system. An entire community has blossomed around this idea and today I'm going to walk you through the basics.

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A Complete Guide to Coschedule

I used CoSchedule in Spring of 2015 and I loved it, but at the time, the features were limited. After switching to Squarespace I couldn't use all the features I wanted, so I moved to Buffer. But now, CoSchedule has tools for everyone (Wordpress user or not) and I've been using it NON-STOP.

Here's everything you need to know about CoSchedule before you dive in for yourself.

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A Complete Guide to Evernote

If you've never heard me talk about Evernote, we probably haven't talked much. Evernote is my all time favorite tool for every aspect of my life. I use it for my personal life, this blog, my job, my freelance clients and everything in between. The problem with Evernote is that it can do SO much, it's very easy to get overwhelmed when starting out. My goal is to help you understand Evernote so that you'll use it and love it.

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How Planners Changed my Business

First off, I planned this post months ago, before I knew that this week, Asana would unveil their new features and design. Perfect timing, right? Today we're going to talk about planners, tools and apps - all things that can seriously help us get organized, or distract us from what's really needing to be done.

I'll admit, I'm a planner addict. I a planner on my desk right now, I also have a wall calendar, my google calendar and an Asana calendar... sound like a lot? Before you tell me I'm crazy, hear me out. There is a method to my madness, and I know it can work in your business too.

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How to Host an Online Workshop

You've probably heard of a workshop or a webinar. They're blowing up right now in the small business world as a fantastic way to get in front of your audience in an approachable and authentic way. With the boom of Periscope and the launch of Youtube's live streaming - webinars are quickly becoming the new version of an ecourse. 

There's a ton of online ecourse about hosting webinars and workshops if you want to dig deep into them and really learn strategy - but today I wanted to give you a free version so you can begin hosting online workshops without dropping $400 on an ecourse first.

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How Slack Has Changed My Business

Building a community around your brand is one of the best ways to grow your business. Not only are you growing your customer base, but you're also creating connections with potential guest bloggers, collaborators, and friends. 

Most of the people I know best online, I met through my own blog community. When I started to build these connections, I wanted a way to stay in touch and talk to each of my subscribers. Facebook communities are a great option, but I wanted something more fluid and easier to search. That's when I found slack.

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