If you’ve followed me on social media lately (or you’ve read my most recent blog post), you’ll know that I just got engaged! And to celebrate, I of course made my own Spotify playlist (click to listen), with over 50 songs all about love, engagement, and marriage. Here they are!
If you looked at the feature image for this post, you already know the big news (it wasn’t a big secret)—I’m engaged!
The start of the spring semester. It’s when you’ve got this freshman/sophomore/ junior/senior year thing down pat—but you still have to start all over. And in an attempt to make sure we don’t forget anything important over Winter Break, here are six things you gotta check off your to-do list before move-in day next year:
Okay—it’s official. I suck at Blogmas. But I’m back today with a great, informative post for any aspiring entrepreneurs like myself! If you’re looking to start an online business like I did, make sure you have these things in order before you start:
It’s that time of year again—time to buy a new planner for the new year! And after having tested dozens of planners throughout my years in school, there’s only one I’ve stuck with: The Day Designer!
Hey everyone! Happy blogmas day 11!
I want to take this time to thank Haley Marie for nominating me for the Mystery Blogger Award! If you didn’t know, the MBA is a challenge started by Okoto Enigma in an attempt to connect a bunch of us bloggers from across the web—and I figured, why not?
Hey everyone! I am so excited to be making this huge announcement today! I know it’s kind of sudden, but I know you guys are going to be just excited as I am!
Hello all! Finals are finally over, meaning that Blogmas is going to get right back on schedule!
My hope with this video is to help even people who aren’t writers become better at written communication—especially since it’s important for every career field!
Hi guys! Sorry I missed my blogmas post yesterday—finals week is super hectic! But I’m back today with another writing-related post for both fiction and nonfiction writers and authors: here’s what your editor does not want to see.