Something that I’ve been noticing ever since I began freelance writing is that small business owners seem to struggle with their blogs. They’ll know that they need one, and that it’s allegedly a good way to increase traffic to their websites. So, they hire someone to write a few blog posts, put them up on… Continue reading How to Identify Good Content: A Guide for Small Businesses
Businesses small and large are jumping on the Instagram band-wagon as visual content continues to be a hot marketing method. With its user-friendly visual platform, Instagram is great for promoting your brand. That being said, due to the platform's limitations, you have to be crafty about using links. Instagram post descriptions don’t allow for clickable… Continue reading Using Your Instagram Bio URL as Part of Your Marketing Strategy
They smell good, they keep bugs away and they’re powerful disinfectants. Essential oils are hot right now, and for good reason. These little bottles of oils really pack a punch, both in how fragrant they are, and in the potency of their affects. While there are hundreds of essential oils, some of them can get… Continue reading The Three Best Essential Oils to Keep Around the House
When you're brewing coffee at home, it can be tough to achieve that barista-level quality that costs you $5 for every cup. There are a number of factors that impact your coffee's flavor, but did you know that the coarseness of your coffee grinds is one of them? It’s true. In fact, depending on how… Continue reading The Reason You’re Struggling to Make Delicious Coffee at Home
Let’s be realistic here: most people don’t have the time to wash their makeup brushes after every use. Sure, in a perfect world, you’d never touch a used brush to your face. In the real world, most makeup-lovers have forgotten a brush’s real color at some point or another. And we all know the reason… Continue reading Six Tips That Make Cleaning Makeup Brushes a Breeze
Buying a home is exciting, sure, but it’s also a stressful and nerve-wracking time in one’s life. There’s a lot to consider, mountains of paperwork and the fear that you’ll buy a house that’s falling apart from the inside. Rest assured, though--your realtor and house inspector will take care of any concern that your house… Continue reading Five Questions You Might Not Think to Ask the Previous Owners
With more and more people using the internet to find homes, your written descriptions are becoming more important than ever. When it comes to listing a home online, I find that many realtors put most of their effort into the pictures, which is an understandable mistake. "A picture is worth a thousand words," as the… Continue reading Real Estate Listing Descriptions: They’re More Important Than You Think
Here's the article I wrote on Glens Falls Pet Fest for Adirondack Guest Informer, which is a travel magazine for the Adirondack region of Upstate New York. You can find the full spring issue here. This piece showcases my ability to write densely informative pieces while still keeping the content light and entertaining. If you'd like me… Continue reading Check Out My Article On Glens Falls Pet Fest!