9 Things That Are Good For Your Blog, Brain, and Business

Fellow bloggers, creatives, and self-employed types! I rounded up the best, most helpful stuff for you!

Reminder: On December 1st I’m wrapping up my 1-on-1 blog coaching Secret Weapon. Like, forever. If you’d like to be one of my very last clients, click here and we’ll see if we’re a good fit!

Mariah Coz’s Webinar Rockstar course dramatically up-leveled my live class game. Like, webinar attendees often tell me in the chat that I’m good at it. One student actually wrote “I BOUGHT THAT SHIT SO FAST.” ? Totally recommended if webinars are part of your marketing strategy!

Instagram hacks you haven’t heard before (like how to get the right spacing in your captions!)

I really appreciated Sarah’s honesty here.
Blogging has changed a ton since I started, when there were no marketing campaigns and it was all about telling stories and sharing ideas. When I was a teenager and in my twenties it was my creative outlet. I would spend entire days writing, taking photos, screwing around with my design, happily staying up until 4 in the morning. But I haven’t done anything resembling that in YEARS.

Helpful! The ultimate stash of time-saving hacks for content-creating solopreneurs.

I started my Money & Happy Facebook group on a whim and I love it! Facebook just rolled out tons of new helpful features for Facebook groups if you have one of your own.

This is an internet pledge I can get behind.

Sometimes freelancing is really lonely. Loneliness, Mental Health, and Diversifying My Income As  A Freelancer

This will be my last blogging round up post! EVER! So here are 37 things I’ve learned about blogging in 37 years.

Photo by Arnel Hasanovic on Unsplash



What an awesome roundup! I read every one of the articles in your links, and acted on most of them. My new blog is in its infancy, but I was really encouraged by the mini-coaching you gave me about a year ago. Thank you thank you Thank You!

Sandra, Italy

“Sometimes freelancing is really lonely. Loneliness, Mental Health, and Diversifying My Income As A Freelancer”
L.O.V.E.D. this post!


Sorry to hear you’re no longer going to do these posts – you always share great stuff! But if it gives you more time to do other awesome things then fair enough!

“Loneliness, Mental Health, and Diversifying My Income As  A Freelancer” was a great read. I’ve been thinking of taking on a part time face to face job to counter the isolation of home-based working and this has added weight to that idea.

Sarah Von Bargen

Yup! No more blog consulting, no more blogging roundups, no more blogging tips 🙂


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