What a busy week! I have so many things on my to-do list and a really fun giveaway happening this week. So let me update you on a few things and then I am going to share some tips I have that I think can help you take control of your Instagram account.Read More
Organization. Yep, that’s the theme for my blog this month. Before I start the big projects (such as our third floor and my art studio) I wanted to highlight some of the everyday items in our home that provide me with some organizational relief.
One of my biggest goals this year is to organize my life. And within that goal, is to organize my social media life. I want to become more efficient so I can write better blog posts and somehow spend less time on Instagram. Somehow I am guessing there are a few of you out there who feel the same way.
There are 440 million blogs on the internet. That’s kind of depressing if you are struggling with growing your blogging audience. But this isn’t even the problem we face as bloggers. When I first started blogging, staying organized and coming up with blog topics was often what I struggle with most.
But then I got some great advice as to how I could write better blog posts and make my blogging life easier.
We all know that having good photos on Instagram is important. What many of you might not know, is that the photos you see on my Instagram feed don’t look like that when they are taken on my camera. The truth is that I edit every single photo before I post it on my Instagram. Fortunately, the editing is easy as it happens in five easy steps
Every once in a while I feel like a complete idiot on Instagram. Usually, it happens when I am in a DM chat. You know that feeling, when somebody says, “just archive it”, and you have no idea what they are talking about?
Just to save you major embarrassment, I thought I would share the five best shortcuts I have learned about Instagram.
Recently it occurred to me that I needed business cards for my blog and @my100yearoldhome account. I was heading to the Haven Conference and wanted a nice leave behind for new people I connected with at the conference.