Several months ago, I had the pleasure of meeting (virtually) and interviewing Brittanie Elms of My Design Assistant. Brittanie is a total #girlboss and mom-preneur living in a rural area just like me. It's so cool to see how, in the age of virtual business, we can live anywhere (including the middle of nowhere, if you're like me) and still create a successful business.Read More
I met Stephanie on Instagram and was immediately enthralled with her design aesthetic (think pretty rocker chick) and knew I had to interview her on the blog. If you are considering hiring a virtual interior designer or becoming one yourself, this interview is a MUST READ.
Without further ado, meet Stephanie Owens of Paper Moon Interiors.Read More
Last week you read part one of this story that briefly detailed the not-so-rosy picture of my life experience, and I got many wonderful, heartfelt emails from some of you. Just as I expected, I wasn't the only one feeling a little lost, a little ambushed by life. Your words of encouragement made this Christmas season extra happy for me, so thank you!
Isn't it good to know you aren't alone?
Just as I'm glad to have my stalwart husband by my side through these tumultuous times (aka, LIFE), I'm thankful to have all of you, a gathering of business owners who remind me daily that I'm not in business alone.Read More
Today I'm sharing with you my third story, my final reason for creating Socialite | Subscribe:
A remodeler--whom I won't name--was shamed by a competitor on social media for not posting regularly.
In fact, he barely posted something even once a month. He was simply too busy working to sit down and ponder what to post.Read More
As I mentioned in another post, I have very specific reasons for creating Socialite | Subscribe. It's more than just a library of marketing content. It's a heart project.
Shortly after I watched my interior design friend be bullied by her social media manager, one of my neighbors was in the middle of an ugly fight with her marketer.Read More
Last year, I found myself in an awkward place. From afar, I watched an interior designer get completely derailed by her social media manager (SMM). Her SMM charged ludicrous amounts of money per month for very low-quality social posts and told my interior design friend...