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: copywriter + editor Sara Frandina.
If you’re a solopreneur who trades time for money, you know the feeling of wondering how you’ll scale your biz. That’s why this post from Careful Cents’ Carrie Smith detailing “10 Simple Hacks to Earning More Money With Less Work” is clutch!
Unless you’re a copywriter, writing for your biz is probably one of the hardest things you have to do. How can you better your writing? Read! Here’s a list from Boost Blog Traffic’s Marsha Stopa on “9 Essential Books That Will Transform Your Writing Forever”. Even for us copywriters, these resources are fantastic.
To celebrate her four-year anniversary as a solopreneur this past April, Natalie Sisson of Suitcase Entrepreneur chronicled “48 Lessons to Apply to Create Freedom in Business + Adventure in Life”. The podcast is great while you’re driving (I listened twice!), but if you’re a notetaker like me, she was kind enough to write the list out as well.
Watch out productivity, you’re about to SKYROCKET! I just discovered the 30/30 app - a beautifully-designed interface for scheduling out your day in timed chunks. Don’t forget to schedule in those stretch/coffee/guitar/book breaks!
Content marketing or link building? It’s NOT all the same. Search Engine Journal provides a breakdown of the differences and what’s going to help your site’s visibility in “Link Building and Content Marketing: Two Different Peas in a Pod”.
You’ve heard about co-working spaces (an awesome way to switch up your solopreneur workspace!), but if you’ve struggled to find one that caters to individuals, you’re not alone. Here’s what Alexis Grant found, and why she’s taking advantage of it.
This one’s just for fun, because, well, it’s summer! Forget life-size chess; how about giant Jenga? The ladies behind A Beautiful Mess share a DIY project for outdoor Jenga (on steroids). My proposal: up the ante + add in some laughs by writing challenges on random blocks!
Latest posts by Sara Frandina (see all)
- To Peach, We Say: Happy Birthday! ? - July 14, 2017
- Why There’s No Shame in a Bridge Job - November 10, 2016
- Stuck on Building That Next Big Thing? A Tip: Create What You Need. - April 14, 2016
- Third Time’s the Charm: A Beginner’s Journey With Meditation - December 22, 2015
- Tools We Love: Edgar - July 9, 2015