When we heard about the 2016 Macbook Pro features we gasped – but not in a good way. It seems that the trend Apple has been taking towards more consumer products and less professional focus (even in their “pro” lineup)
These are the essential plugins that will make WordPress just run better no matter what kind of blogger you are – and they are all free. So there’s absolutely no reason to not go out and get these super useful
If you’re like most bloggers, you probably have a core problem that will prevent you from reaching your financial goals – you think your blog is scalable.
It is not.
What a lot of people do when they start blogging
With the rise of brush script fonts in design, there has been a huge surge of creatives at both the professional and hobbyist level putting pen to paper to make some awesome, inspiring art. I put together ten Instagrammers that
Last week Twitter announced that it was shutting down the mobile app of their 6-second looping video app, VINE. Many were surprised, though the service had declined in popularity from its peak usage in 2014.
I was on board pretty
If you’re like me, then you’re constantly scrambling to keep up with social media. I think that curating interesting content is one of the best and smartest ways to grow a large following – I’ve been doing it for close
I often think the hardest part of being a writer is simply finding the time, space and quiet to just write. Since my daughter was born a few weeks ago, I’ve found this to be doubly true… entire days have
Today we launched (ha!) the BIG LAUNCH. But right now I want to talk a little about the story behind it:
I write courses, but I also belong to a number of other courses. I routinely invest in these programs
Summer is almost over, and we’re preparing for the fall: full of cool nights, turning leaves and brand new classes. That means we’re closing registration this week on a number of our classes that won’t be returning until 2017! These
Over the last few months, I’ve been quietly asking students at We Create: “What is the one thing that would make a huge difference in your creative life?”
There were two answers: time and money.
I get it. I really