Category Archives: Social Media

Book Review | Besties

What I had hoped to find in Besties by Leah Reena Goren were more generic relatable examples of best friends and value of friendships and relationships across generations. The book is more millennial-based (and perhaps a little too specific in … Continue reading

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Book Review: Mindfulness: A Journal

Serendipitously I was dreaming-up something like this for a journal I’d want to keep and lo and behold here it is, in a book form: Mindfulness: A Journal by Catherine Price. I’ve wanted to return to journaling but was hesitant since … Continue reading

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Book Review: Lessons in Classical Painting

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words. Cliche? Maybe. But even holding the cover of the book, Lessons in Classical Painting: Essential Techniques from Inside the Atelier by Juliette Aristides in your hands, the reader knows that the text they are about to embark … Continue reading

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Wednesday Wisdom

Who can’t benefit from a little more focus in their life?! Simply, focus helps me write, create, listen and be. I’ve carved out a small area in a sunny room in my house. Set-up an altar of sorts with a … Continue reading

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2 Essential Tips For Improving Your Website’s Searchability

Businesses often fall prey to caring about the next shiny thing for social media marketing but very often they’re missing the boat on key optimization for search engines. As soon as I start talking with a client about their online … Continue reading

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Keep it Simple

There’s a lot to keep up with these days– in politics, across the country, and around the world. Striving to keep it simple. You?

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Book Review | The Acrylic Painter

Sometimes you don’t know what you don’t know. In this case, I knew that the world of acrylic paint and mediums were foreign to me but after reading The Acrylic Painter by James Van Patten where he writes about tools … Continue reading

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