For days five and six, I have continued to learn about email marketing. However, I've focused more on how to build a list and start the campaign. Here are my notes: Add a Lead Magnet To a Sign Up Form A lead magnet is a bribe, or other type of incentive to get subscribers for … Continue reading Complete Digital Marketing Course, 4/7/18-4/8/18: Email Marketing Part 2
It's not often that you go to an eatery that almost literally transports you to another country. Not that I've ever been to Italy, but my visit to Roman Aroma sure made me feel like I have. Upon arriving, you immediately feel the difference between the American Coffee Shop and the Italian Caffe. The warmth … Continue reading Roman Aroma – The Scent of Freshly Ground Italian Coffee is Closer than you Think
A few days ago, I wrote about a great subscription service for those who love plants, but not necessarily the care-taking aspect of them. However, for every lack of green thumb we have, there are several who love dedicating their time to plants and their watering, feeding, and trimming. Many of us also love growing … Continue reading Three of my Favorite Types of Seeds from SeedsNow!
As a young woman interested in fashion, but aware of the environmental impact that going through clothing has (as well as the impact on my pocketbook), I'm a huge fan of thrifting. Thrifting, however, can be a hit-or-miss kind of experience. You go into your neighborhood Goodwill, spend a good three hours, rummaging through the … Continue reading Thrifting is Evolving – So Here’s Why I’ll Never Shop a Traditional Thrift Store Again.
Now, there is the savior all us green-thumbed plant enthusiasts need - The Desert Box. The year of the subscription box may just have been 2017, but the trend continues to dominate every market. And with The Desert Box, we see that there truly is room in every market for a subscription box, even for … Continue reading The Desert Box – One Way to Satiate Your Plant Addiction
Last week I just finished the first book of the new year. Ok, I've been trying to work through a few others - one to sharpen my financial knowledge, and one to help me understand meditation as I begin a practice. But Show Your Work by Austin Kleon is one of those that was a … Continue reading A Brief Summary of the First Four Chapters of “Show Your Work” By Austin Kleon (And How the Principles Can Be Applied to Real Life)
As someone who loves fashion (and thus buying more clothing than I probably need), it's often hard for me to take the time to search for articles that will be multi-functional. Instead, I often buy fun statement pieces impulsively, without stopping to think if I'll really be able to wear them with more than one … Continue reading My Favorite Pair of Shoes
For almost the past 30 days, I've been committed to writing one blog post per day as part of the Praxis month two writing module. There have been some days that I've failed. Other days I've kicked butt and got multiple done at a time. It takes hustle. It takes drive. It helped create the excitement I … Continue reading What I’ve Learned From Blogging (Almost) 30 Days in a Row
Alright guys. I've fallen victim. I don't know what else to write and so therefore, today, I'll be writing a list of cool stuff I like, weird stuff I have done, and things I wish I could do. Hopefully it's not too boring. I tried to make it not be. 1.) I love eating a … Continue reading Not to be Cliche,But Here’s a List of My Quirks
My favorite part of reading or watching any story, whether based on a true story or not, is always finding the moral of the story. For some stories, the moral is pretty obvious. For others, there may be several morals, which can all be just as well fitting for said story. And yet others may … Continue reading My Top Three Favorite Movies Based off of Non-Fiction Books, and My Moral Interpretation of Each