Who doesn't love a good round-up post? My blog is a year old in January, so this is the perfect time to see which posts were the most popular! This round-up is based on overall views. Enjoy! 1. How to Choose the Right Colors for Your Brand 2. Are You an Ambivert? 3. How
While this list is in no way all-inclusive, it will give you a great starting point to figure out what's working, what needs updating and what can be simplified. Blog Stats What were your top 5-10 blog posts this year? These topics resonated the most with your readers, so keep them in mind
Health, Fitness + Lifestyle The Best Response to Criticism "Criticism, from the sender, really means “I don’t like what this seems like,” but to the recipient it feels like “You shouldn’t be who you are.”' Homemade Gift Idea: Whipped Coconut Oil Sugar Scrub Your Year in Review: 50 Questions to Help You Reflect, Appreciate
"Be a seeker. Find beauty in the smallest moments. Live inspired." I love this message. I try to keep it in mind daily. >>image credit: I can't find the original source. If you know what it is, please leave a comment and I'll update it!
This post originally appeared on The Lean Green Bean blog, as part two of a series. If you missed part one, I recommend checking that out first- SEO 101: How to Increase Organic Search Traffic for Blog Posts. All caught up? Let’s dig in to part two. You’ve installed an SEO plugin
Did you know one pomegranate contains nearly 20% of your daily dose of vitamin C? Other reasons pomegranates are a powerhouse fruit: Rich in three different antioxidants Seeds are a great source of fiber, up to 25% in one pomegranate Nutrient dense: high in vitamin K, manganese, phosphorus, magnesium, calcium, zinc and iron Low in
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"We do not see things as they are. We see them as we are." The outside world is a reflection of our inside world. >>image credit: I'm not sure what the original source for this photo is. If you know, please leave a comment so I can update it. Thanks!
One of the most important things you can do for yourself, no matter what your profession, is to continue your education. As an entrepreneur this is even more vital. Staying on top of industry trends and changes and sharpening your skills is entirely on your shoulders as a business owner.
I'm playing along with the Elf for Health Challenge this year, hosted by Lindsay from The Lean Green Bean and Elle from According to Elle. I watched along last year and it looked like so much fun. Well, I was right! We already have a great community on Facebook and my