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: content creator Nell Casey.
Despite hearing a lot about Trello recently (a free project management app based on visual boards), I had trouble seeing how I could make it work in my solo biz. That is, until I found this awesome video from Michelle Nickolaisen of Bombchelle on how to use Trello to organise your guest posting. A bonus: it’ll open you up to other possible ways you can make Trello work for your solo biz, too.
Good headlines are super important to ensuring that people actually click through to read your blog and find out how clever you are - you know that. But writing a great headline that’s interesting, funny and smart is a challenge. This post from Kate Toon on Writing Headlines: The Ultimate Guide is crazy helpful. (Yes it’s long, but sooo worth it!)
Fostering your personal brand is incredibly important in this digital age. Here are three steps from copywriter Chelsea Krost that you can take today to build your personal brand and grow your business.
Suffering from social media overwhelm? Take a deep breath, and check out these six super simple ideas to streamline your social media to do list from Stephanie of Stylings and Stories for Design Sponge.
If you’re anything like me, the space that I work in really influences the quality of my work. It’s a constant battle to keep my desk clear, but I’m working towards a chic and tidy workspace.
A great thing about working from home is being able to pop down to the kitchen whenever I want. But due to my extreme laziness, lunch often consists of a handful of nuts and a piece of bread and butter, or a roll from the local takeaway. No more! I’m making my way through this list of 35 Quick and Healthy Low-Calorie Lunches from Greatist.
Finally, I leave you with a challenge. One thing I’m sure we could all do a bit better is focus when it comes to our work. Check out this article from Marketing Your Creativity on How to Get More Done Everyday as a Creative Entrepreneur. As we start a new week, how about we all promise to try “strengthening our focus muscle” together?
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