With numbers floating around constantly, it’s hard to ignore them. They weasel their way into our lives appearing to make… Read more Stop Living by Your Numbers (Plus Stop Sharing Them)
I’m just in the middle of transferring all my blog posts to my new Knitatude.ca website. Read this blog post… Read more Are You “Selling” Yourself Short? How to Price Handmade
Recently I went to the Our Maker Life knitting and crochet event (nerdy, I know) in Toronto and while there… Read more Entrepreneurship With a Side of 9-5
Target audience, target market. These words get tossed around daily in the world of small biz, but what do they really mean and how the hell do you find them – let alone market to them?
#Socialmediaburnout The struggle is real. Now more than ever social media is getting harder. Algorithms are constantly changing, new platforms… Read more #SOCIALMEDIABURNOUT
Chances are if you’ve started a company, you began with sharing your business on your personal account. Now that you’ve grown a bit the conflict is starting to set in. “Should I start a new page for just my business? Or can I keep going through my personal one?”.
I’m a firm believer that you should have a completely separate page for your business outside of your personal one – whether that’s facebook, instagram, twitter, or any of the social media. I’m also a firm believer that you don’t shit where you eat – but that’s a bit more forceful of a quote than what I’m getting at.
“No.” The most dreaded word that we small biz owners hate to use. Why? Because it says no to money, no… Read more When and How to Say No as a Small Business Owner