For those of you who know me, you know that I love bullet journaling. If you don’t know what that is, it’s a versatile planning system invented by Ryder Carroll. Today on the blog, I’m showing you how to start your own bullet journal if you’re just beginning on your planning journey. I go over the basic spreads, the supplies you need and how to make your journal your own. To learn more, just keep reading!
Developing personal, environmentally friendly habits has been a struggle, but it’s even harder as a business. From packaging woes to shipping problems, being an eco-friendly business is something that I’m working towards. I’m sure other businesses are also struggling. So, I wanted to share the five things I’ve learned thus far with all of you! To learn more, just keep scrolling.
Starting a small business is tough, especially when you don’t know where to start. Maintaining a business is so much harder! In the past, I’ve written two other lists of things you need for your business. The first was written when I just started out and the second was written a couple of months after that. However, some of my essentials have changed so much that the list is entirely different! So, today, I decided to share with you an updated list of 5 things that I love and you need to help run your business. I’m sharing who I use for my business cards, social media scheduling, website and more! If you’re interested, just keep scrolling!
Back in September, I started my second year of university. Balancing Thoughtfully Handmade and school became harder and harder to do- especially social media! That’s one reason why I hired my first social media intern. Back then, I made a blog post sharing how I did it. It’s been 3 months, and a lot has changed. Since I know many of you solopreneurs are interested in outsourcing your social media marketing, I wanted to give an update. In today’s blog, I’m sharing how I split the work between my intern and me, and my experiences working with an intern. Hopefully, this gives you more information for you to act on. So, should you hire an intern?
As a small business owner, I do almost everything by myself. From making my handmade cards to doing the SEO from my website, I do it all. If I don't know how to do it, I have to learn. That's what happened with social media marketing. Now, I recently got busier than ever. With university, Thoughtfully Handmade and my extracurriculars, I got extremely overwhelmed. That's why I decided to hire a social media intern. Longwinded introduction aside, let's get into how I actually hired her!