Weekly Finds

Welcome to One Woman Shop Weekly Finds – where we members of the community scour the web to bring you a curated list of posts, links, and resources that we they think will help your business—and maybe even your life! This week’s curator: designer Sierra Elmore

Is Facebook dead? Not even close! April explains why you should still use Facebook and how to sneak past Facebook’s algorithm.

When you’re doing nearly everything by yourself it’s easy to get burned out. Ashley gives great tips on how to avoid stress and still get everything done.

…And when you bounce back, Angel talks about how to make sure to make your blog a priority.

Need some motivation for your business or workout? Georgie’s got you covered with 9 gorgeous pick-me-up quotes.

Work at home women, this one’s for you. We’re all guilty of wearing pajamas on, um, maybe a daily basis. Xandra gives a few style pointers on how to rock your sleepwear.

If you’re lost when it comes to Photoshop, Mo created a series for learning how to use this powerful photography and design tool. This is the first lesson.

Online consumer shops, worried that it’s a B2B world out there? Nathalie has a great video and blog post about how to make it big as a B2C company.

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Sierra Elmore

Owner + Graphic Designer at 13 Elm Streets

Sierra is a high school junior by day, freelance graphic designer by mid-afternoon. She owns her own graphic design and retail company, 13 Elm Streets, that focuses on quirky, professional, and eye-catching designs for creatives and small businesses. She is also the graphic designer and a contributing writer for BlackGirlHealth.com. In her spare time, she loves to play with her cat (Bronx), read, and take online college classes.

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