How To Start And Promote Your Own Blog

People always ask me, how can you write a blog post every single day?

(Answer: IT’S REALLY HARD.)

Fortunately, I have three big things going for me that lend themselves well to blogging:

  • I love to write (look Mom and...
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10 Tips for Working From Home and Getting Things Done

Working from home is the holy grail of employment perks for many of us. But once you've secured the gig, it's easy to fall into bad habits and lack motivation.

Here are my top tips for making the most out of the working day,...

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5 Surefire Ways to Stay a Contractor Forever

Alright, as bad as we don’t want to admit it, being an employee of a company is the Holy Grail for most people – at least the ones who need to work for themselves to support themselves or their families. 

If you’ve ever worked temp-to...

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Facebook Etiquette Post College

Life Post College can be summed up in four words: sarcastic, single, Southern Belle. She adores a good happy hour, stand-up comedy, the outdoors, high heels, SEC football and occasionally her PR job. Follow her...

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The Two P's of Starting Your Own Business

It’s more important now than ever for women to have a side hustle. What exactly do I mean by this? Quite simply, a side hustle refers to a means of making extra money in addition to what you already make at your day job.

Think about it for...

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From Zero to Catastrophe in Thirty Seconds

“Worry is using your imagination to create what you don’t want.” Abraham-Hicks 

From the time we were born we’ve had an imagination. As a child we used our imagination to become a princess, an astronaut, a rock star, or to turn a...

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Keep Yourself Relevant Even While On Leave

I have recently read an article about a soon to be mom who fixed her schedule so that she could be away from work for 10 weeks on maternity leave. And guess what her job is? A blogger.

A blogger needs to go on leave?

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You Gotta Spend Money To Make Money

As aspiring entrepreneurs and career women there’s always something at the back of our minds nagging us: money.

Not in the sense of how much we’re making (although that is certainly on our minds as well), but rather how much we’re going to...

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Hello My Name Is Andrea...And I'm An Entrepreneur

I joke to my colleagues there should be a support group similar to AA for entrepreneurs but there are times I really wish there was such a group. When you’re running a potentially high-growth company, you can sometimes feel alone in your...

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