I'm officially back from my trip to NY, and I'm feeling revived and fulfilled. - Being a digital nomad for the past ten days - working from NY and PA - was the greatest experience. One I'm hoping to repeat all over the globe in the coming years. Because that's the beauty of owning your own business. You get to run it how and where you want. - Also, working with a non-profit is extremely gratifying - particularly @lupuschickofficial and their mission. I highly recommend getting involved with an organization you believe in as a way to give back. - Finally, I have some wonderful passion projects happening in the next six months that are going to keep me pumped and moving, and I hope you do too. Doing things you love, things you believe in, and things you're beyond excited about, keeps you grounded, motivated, and joyful. And I wish you all the joy in life. - Here's to the next level! 💋
Repetition is a beautiful thing. Such a beautiful thing that it's actually one of the fundamentals of design. - Having repeating elements in your brand and on your website makes them appear consistent, cohesive, and more beautiful. 💋 - The same can be said for life. Those little bits of repetition that we find annoying are actually a good thing. They keep us stable and grounded, and give us a sense of security in the known. - I'm a true sucker for repetition. I like to see the beautiful things repeated everywhere. What about you? How do you feel about repetition?
Beautiful day here in Rochester, taking photos in the sunshine and having laid-back work time. - It's lovely how work doesn't feel so much like work when you're doing it from a beach. Check out my stories for some behind-the-scenes of the photos with my friend @marisazeppieri_lupuschick today. SO MUCH FUN!
Planning content can be a really frustrating and time-consuming part of the month. A lot of people struggle with figuring out exactly what to say to their audience. - What do they really want to hear? How do you decide what to talk about? Will they care? - You have three options here: 1. Guess - This is a bad idea, because you're not in the same place as your audience is. You can't hope to guess exactly what it is they're struggling with this month. 2. Reach out on social media - This is a good option, especially if you have a really engaged audience on SM that responds to you. They'll generally tell you one or two things that they're really struggling with, which you can then help them with. 3. Ask them through email - This is my favorite option. The people on your email list are generally really invested in listening to you and your expertise, and they're willing to respond to you in detail. You'll get a lot of valuable insights about their needs and frustrations which you can turn into incredibly valuable content. - So now that I've brought this up, tell me — what do you need help with right now? Maybe it's something I can solve, and you can get past this frustration you've been dealing with. Tell me in the comments! 💋
Playing with flowers....basically my happy place. - I encourage you to find time for that little slice of joy this weekend. Don't work yourself too thin 💋