Is Distance Learning Right For You?

In my post last week I talked about education and how I’m currently earning my master’s degree through distance education. I’ve also done a variety of distance learning in my undergraduate career as well, so I know the pros and cons of it fairly well. But how do you know if it’s best for you?

Photoshop Tools for Bloggers

I have used my fair share of image editors out there, from PicMonkey to Canva to Gimp. And I will fully stand by that Photoshop is worth the money and the best out there, especially for bloggers and other content creators. And I have been using Photoshop for many years and still learn cool tricks…

Tips For Taking Your Own Headshots

We all need a good headshot for one reason or another, but sometimes we can’t afford a photographer or don’t have other resources to get an awesome looking headshot. But, you can fairly easily do your headshot yourself with these quick tips.

Why You Should Diversify Your Work

Being a creator means I usually find new ways to create and express myself or tell a story differently. I’ve been creating for such a long time that I definitely understand and respect the importance and enjoyment of diversifying your work. And with how the world works now with so much content being made and…

How To Update Old Blog Posts

If you read my post about amateur blogging mistakes then you know I was guilty of most of the ones I mentioned. Most of this was discovered while doing a huge blog post update on A Geek Girl’s Guide. While this was a pretty large endeavor, I’m going to share the process of updating old…

Top Amateur Blogging Mistakes and How To Fix Them

We were all amateurs at one point, and we’ve made a few mistakes to get to where we are and we’ll probably make some more along the way. But, there are a few mistakes I have seen often and have done myself before that are really easy to fix.

How To Manage Your Time As A Blogger

Of all skills bloggers need to master, time management is the most important. Without it, we’re all over the place, nothing is scheduled or planned, and we’re losing our minds. Okay, maybe not that bad, but you get the idea.

Lessons I’ve Learned After Graduating

It’s been three months since I graduated with my Bachelor’s. There has been great moments and some rough ones post-grad, but there have been some interesting lessons I’ve learned from being out of undergraduate education.

Including Visual Elements

This post contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links. You can learn more on my About page. An essential part of every blog post is visual elements. Ranging from images to videos and more, visuals help capture the attention of your audience and keep their…

Self Care for Creatives

I find that creatives are notorious workaholics. We have a lot of ideas that we want to pursue and are constantly working, even when we are technically not. So we need self-care, and we need the reminder to do it because we will keep working otherwise. These are some self-care tips especially for us creatives.

What’s In My Camera Bag?

Commonly when people share their camera bags, it’s full of lenses and other things directly involving the camera. Well, I’ve started to create a more unique camera bag, with ordinary things to help with different photography situations, particularly blog photography as of late. Let’s take a peak.

Generating Ideas

Sometimes the hardest part of blogging is coming up with ideas, especially in moments of lackluster motivation and burnout. And sometimes you just get stuck after having so many ideas. But, there is a way to help you get back to coming up with ideas quickly.