School is back in session. Your business hours may have been all over the place during summer festivities and getting back into the school routine can take a few days.
Now that you have had some time to get settled into your child’s routine, it’s time to find your stride in your business schedule.
You have enough to worry about so I’ll explain how to create a new routine that will maximize your work focus time and include more personal and family time.
Continue reading “How To Create a New Business Schedule for Back To School”
Don’t get me wrong, I love my tech tools. With digital minimalism, I test different online apps, websites, social media sites etc. to figure out how to create an efficient business as possible. The ones that work the best, I continue to use. The tools I don’t use anymore, I make sure to delete them so not to clutter my computer or phone.
Here is my list of favorite online tools to run my business. Continue reading “My Favorite Online Tools for Business”
I happen to be a morning person. You may not be, and that’s okay. I’m one of these “annoying Monday people” that are chirpy and excited to get the week started. It may also be because I was a Barista most of my life.
Whether you’re a morning person or not, there is no reason to hate Monday’s.
Consciously making an effort to start the week off on in a more positive mindset makes the rest of the week better. Here’s how you can look forward to Monday. Continue reading “How To Love Monday’s”
Social Media is one of the best free options to market your business. It can be overwhelming and time consuming, but shouldn’t be. Here are 7 Tips I use to stay organized and focused with quick and easy Social Media Marketing. Continue reading “7 Ways to make Social Media Marketing Quick and Easy”
As much as I adore Evernote to organize my thoughts and for clipping great articles and photos, I still really wanted to use Springpad because I prefer it’s “Thumbnail view” for easier scanning. And you can never have too many backups, right?
I wasn’t about to go through all 200 plus notes and “spring” each one. There had to be a way to import all my notes, but how? Continue reading “How to import notebooks from Evernote to Springpad”