Category Archives: Working Mom

As much as technology and the internet are my friends during the week, I also work hard to ensure my kids stay away from electronics as much as possible. The more time they spend play with each other and using their imaginations and the less time spent watching TV or playing on an iPad, counts…

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One of the things that we try to do is to make the world a better place for those that come after us. As a mom of two little girls, one of my biggest motivators that drives me is to show them that their mommy can do anything that she sets her mind to. Little…

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I sure do love my vision boards. I’ve made one each year for the past six years, and while some years it has proven more effective than others, I still enjoy taking the time to plan out my goals for the year. Let’s look back at 2016: Left to Right, Top to Bottom: 1. Take…

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I have already made my vision board for the new year, but when I saw my friend, Esther’s 16 in 2016 list, I was inspired to make my own. If there’s anything Esther and I both love, it’s making lists. Does anyone else do this? I just love planning my year out and figuring out…

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I love my vision boards. I’ve made one each year for the past five years, and while some years it has proven more effective than others, I still enjoy taking the time to plan out my goals for the year. Let’s look back at 2015: Left to Right, Top to Bottom:1. Create and preserve more…

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Or, how your customers are just like a three year old. The same principles that you use to convince a toddler to eat their vegetables can also be applied to content marketing. 1. Get to the point and it better be interesting. You have a grand total of about 3 seconds to grab the attention…

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After almost 7 years of freelance work, I started a full time job back in February. I think I shocked quite a few people when that happened, myself included. But after five months of this change, I can confidently say that it was the best decision I could’ve made. Here’s why. I’m not fit to…

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Been hearing horror stories of people dealing with design agencies lately, and since it’s Friday the 13th, this seemed like the perfect day for a post like this. I’ve been wanting to write on this topic for a long time, and now that I’m moving on from freelancing/running a small design agency on to a…

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