For any working mother out there, you know the whole work/life balance struggle is real. Add a side business to the equation, and you start to feel like a duck on some serious steroids - everything seems calm on the surface, but underneath you are paddling like crazy to just stay afloat. But, over the last year, my mindset about how I get work done has shifted. Here's how:
What's that saying? The only constant is change?
Yep, change is inevitable, especially when you're running a new business. With the New Year upon us, a year of learnings under our belt, and with me taking the reigns of Keyword, there's no better time to announce some big changes coming to Keyword.
Here's what you can expect from Keyword in 2017:
Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. Because it signals the start of the holiday season (IMHO, although someone should really clue in the retailers), it’s one of a few holidays that everyone in America celebrates, and it’s all about family. And food.
What’s not to love?
Of course, Thanksgiving is really about being thankful and giving thanks for everything that we have.
At Keyword, we have so much to be thankful for this year.
When it comes to starting a business, everyone needs a little help sometimes. Over the last year, I've come to rely on an electric mix of business and creative people who keep me in line, get the creative juices flowing, and challenge traditional thinking. Who are they? You might be surprised.
If you’ve got any hope of anyone other than your friends and family reading your stuff, you’ve got to incorporate some basic search engine optimization techniques. I've learned a thing or two from SEO marketers and I'm sharing my go-to-tactics with you.
Some quick tips, tricks, and tools to help you get started with your blog. Let’s begin with readability.