If you’re anything like me, you have big goals for this year. And, one that probably tops the list is to stop procrastinating, and finally get your workspace organized.
But this might be easier said than done, which is why I’ve combed through all project management systems for orderly workflows to inspire a revamp. From flying unicorns to color-coordinated projects, this project management system gives provides me sanity. Ready to stop twiddling your thumbs and start sorting? Let me be your guide!
Heyo friend! I’m launching a weekly tips + tools series for you! I wanted to create this type of series to help you learn more about SEO, websites, design, and the basics on understanding WordPress and blogging. The more you learn, the more I learn. Fingers crossed I can stick to my New Year’s resolution! Also, this can be used as a guide for any of my future clients (nudge, nudge) who may not understand a lot of the terms I talk about as well as how to manage a website. So, today I am focusing on understanding file formats, this includes .jpg, .png, .pdf, etc., and when to use them. These different extensions all have different uses and come handy for different types of game plans (web vs. print). Let’s get started!
Personal branding is a term you’re probably familiar with in addition to the word branding on its own, but it turns out both of those words are commonly confused with things like having a logo and the colors that are on your website.
While those are definitely elements that play in to a brand’s design, they aren’t the core components of your actual brand.
If you find yourself feeling cloudy on what branding means and you have difficulty distinguishing what type of branding you currently have versus what you should have, this one is for you: