E-Courses & E-Books

An e-book of the of Blog 101 class that was offered in Summer 2011!

Topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Photography
  • Time Management
  • Figuring out who you are
  • Networking
  • Social Media
  • Content Ideas
  • Aesthetics
  • Sponsorship

About the book:
In August 2011, I held my very first e-course: Blog 101. I met some wonderful bloggers and got to share everything I have learned over the years with a lot of amazing people. I wanted to reach more people with the information so I decided to turn it into an e-book in October 2011.

My hope is that this e-book will help those that are somewhat new to the blogging world feel more comfortable and find the perfect place on the web to share their life. It covers everything from finding your online voice, sponsorships, blog design, photography, burnout, post ideas, vlogging, etiquette, and so much more. It includes worksheets to help you find your way through the tougher parts of bloggers and ideas, tips, and tricks on how to make blogging to work for you and your style.

This e-book was created to follow the same course that ran for a month straight. It’s intended to be followed in the same order in whatever time-frame works best for you.


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A time management e-book aimed to help anyone better manage their time, quit procrastination, motivate themselves, and accomplish their goals. Tons of tips, tricks, and ideas from various bloggers and writers on programs, methods, and products. Included are printable to-do and goal lists to make tracking your tasks and accomplishments even easier.

Excerpts from the book . . .


The reason I chose to create an e-book about time management was because at one point in time, I royally sucked at it. Now I’m a master procrastinator reformed and to-do list junkie that thrives off of having a relatively planned out day. My hope is that I can take what I had to learn when I became self-employed, share it with you and help you manage you time and achieve your goals.


Time management is all about being organized. Whether it’s maintaining a level of organization in your head, your work on your desk, or your closet, it’s the key to success when you’re trying to manage your time. Being organized allows you to know what you need to do, when you need to do everything, and how important a task is in comparison to another task. Therefore, that’s where I recommend starting, with a really easy way: a simple to-do list.


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