The DL on Facebook's new video feature + an introduction to the Edgar blog. Have you read their copy? It's delightful AND NOW it's long form. Puns on puns on puns.
That time I interviewed Carrie-Anne Moss (Trinity from The Matrix) and it was the most heartwarming, authentic and inspiring interview I've ever done.
Sidenote: My favorite part of the interview is when we both comment on how we were too busy to do our hair so we just didn't. Woman power!
This post kills it. Most of the mistakes I've seen are covered in this post. So jump on it!
Yes, once upon a time we may have all been "tear down the system" with blue hair and teenage hormones, but now I realize that setting up systems for my biz means more time for me to flop around NYC .
Melyssa nails it in this post and shows you exactly how to save time with systems.
The perfect follow up to Melyssa's post ^, learn how to hire a VA that's right for you. And then buy one of those "I'm the Boss" mugs.
Happy AND healthy at work???
(slides bagel with 2 inches of cream cheese to the side)
My 2nd-grade art teacher once told me that Michael copying my drawing was the sincerest compliment anyone could give. That worked for about 2 seconds before I punched him in the nose.
Now we're adults, but copying (plagiarism and stealing) still happens. Jessica gives her advice for what to do when someone steals your work that's waaayyy more mature than chasing people around on the digital jungle gym.
Starting to freelance and have no idea how much a project should cost? It feels silly and 100% affected my confidence in my work. No more.
We like to think that we can separate the business & personal, but truth is, your mental, physical and social self guides your biz.
Jen's lays it bare tracing her mental health and blogging journey. This post is brave. BRAVO!