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8 Tips to Rise Up and Recharge

I’m on a constant quest to learn more about my target audience: entrepreneurs and organizations who need to do something meaningful. I’m also always striving to grow personally…which not only helps me, but in turn helps my clients, too! I’ve realized that my dedication to a future that inspires me allows me to help you…

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A Quiz for Your Website’s Hero Image

I just presented a session at WordCamp called, Make an Impact: Design Tips for Your Homepage. One of my most crucial tips: Have a compelling hero image on your home page. What’s a hero image, you ask? It’s the large banner image placed on a web page—and it’s usually the first visual a visitor encounters…

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How can you be like Eddie Vedder?

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I don’t normally watch the Oscars, but when I heard he was performing, I tuned in. The he is Mr. Eddie Vedder. I identified with him many years ago—not only because he makes awesome music, but because he also stands up for what he believes in. I recognized and appreciated his courage—and I’ve been a…

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Get Your Brand Un-frozen with Strategy

Somehow my two-year-old daughter, Lucy heard about the movie, Frozen. (How the heck did she find about Frozen? Just when I finally forgot that song?!) At the beginning, there’s a clip of Mickey Mouse’s classic cartoon, Steamboat Willie. It’s what made Mickey a star! While today, we can appreciate the nostalgia of old school Mickey…it…

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Why You’ll like My Pricing

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What: I’m going bowling with my family. Why: So we can spend an evening together doing something fun, laughing at what bad bowlers we are, and watching my daughter giggle. In life, and in business—the why is always most important. The what is simply a means to get there. Which comes to my pricing… What…

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3rd Annual Corporate Sustainability Forum

I’m incredibly grateful I was able to attend the 3rd Annual Corporate Sustainability Forum—Healthy Food | Healthy Communities. This Forum, presented by EarthShare of Georgia & Green Chamber of the South, was formed to encourage corporate engagement with the local community. The event explored the important connection between access to healthy food and healthy communities.…

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A Reminder from Fatboy Slim…

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I love a good challenge. Whether it’s downsizing my wardrobe or making a month’s worth of meals in one day, I like making a goal and pursuing it intensively…so participating in Nathalie Lussier’s 30 Day List Building Challenge was a no-brainer. Of course I wanted to grow my list of email subscribers in 30 days!…

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So Close, Yet So Far Away

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Right on the cusp of totality The total eclipse: This rare event was happening a drive away. People were flying across the country to see it. I was lucky to be so close—and I didn’t want to miss the opportunity, so… In the days leading up to the trip, I prepared (as best I could…

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Keep it Simple: Wardrobes and Websites

Simplicity Quote from Courtney Carver

I love the idea of a capsule wardrobe, so I was thrilled to attend Courtney Carver’s Tiny Wardrobe Tour (inspired by her minimalist fashion challenge, Project 333). Courtney’s passion is helping people find clarity in and through their wardrobes. I couldn’t help but notice the parallel with my own work. My passion is helping purpose-driven…

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What I Learned Speaking at WordCamp

Atlanta WordPress WordCamp Speaker Alison Chandler

I did it! This year marks the third spring I’ve attended the oh so fun Atlanta WordCamp and this time I was also a speaker. In 2015, I’d just launched my very first WordPress website. I enjoyed working with the platform, but little did I know how welcoming the community would be! Beyond the exhilarating…

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