When you’re a content creator on the go it can be hard to pack light! But what’s really an essential, and what can you leave behind? We asked a bunch of bloggers and small business owners what their travel essentials were. Here’s what they said.
A while back we looked at a bunch of ideas for celebrating your blog’s birthday. If you’re a business owner, you may want to take a different approach, so here are some of the ideas we’ve used or thought about ourselves for celebrating Lyrical Host’s birthdays!
Whether you’re creating a landing page, preparing a workshop, writing copy, or telling someone in person about your blog or business, it can sometimes feel kind of awkward.
Even if you’ve read tons of books and blog posts, watched videos and listened to podcasts, it’s still very different to be hearing about someone’s experience or approach compared to seeing it first hand and figuring out what works, what doesn’t, and what could help you.
If you haven’t done it much (or ever!) before, speaking at an event or doing a Live can be pretty daunting. It’s easy to overthink things, and unfortunately the best way around it is to just bite the bullet and do it. The more practise you have, the more comfortable and normal it will feel – it’s just being brave enough to put yourself out there!
As a blogger or business owner, one of the most important web hosting metrics to pay attention to is bandwidth, because it’s one of the main factors that determines the cost of your hosting plan and your online carbon footprint.