One of the best things about being an online entrepreneur is that we get to work from home, right? But sometimes that gets lonely, distracting, or downright claustrophobic. Here are 8 places creative entrepreneurs can get out of the house and work.
After being cooped up inside so much, it can be really nice to not only leave the 4 walls of your home office but to also get outdoors. My first suggestion isn't that far from home; it's actually AT home :) How about your own backyard, front yard, porch, or patio? You can set up with your laptop and mobile phone at a patio table, Adirondack chair with a comfy pad, or a chaise lounge (this seems like the ultimate in luxury, doesn't it? You deserve it!). Another option would be to spread a blanket on the grass with pillows to support your back or sit criss-cross-applesauce.
Pros: Access to drinks and food; ability to recharge your devices; a new perspective including things...
The tag line for ErikaFriday.com is "Authentic Online Marketing for Female Creative Entrepreneurs." Is that you? Are you in the right place?
When I started the site, I had my own list in my head about what professions I considered to be creative entrepreneurs. To make sure I was on the right track - and wasn't leaving anyone out - I posted a survey in an online business Facebook group and here's the list we crowdsourced:
brand strategist/branding expert
creative virtual assistant (VA)
digital product designer
novel and non-fiction writers
social media manager/strategist
Are you looking for a 2018 day planner? This extensive list of planners is perfect for creative types and entrepreneurs as well as others.
I’ve scoured the interwebs and found 101 planners for you to check out! I'll add more 2018 planners as I hear of them, so this number will rise (last year's list started at 70 and ended up around 95, lol). If you know of any I’ve missed, please leave a comment below - or send me a note at email@example.com - and I'll add them.
Each planner name is a link to the website for that planner so you can learn more about it. Some of these are affiliate links. This means if you click the link and make a purchase, I may receive a small commission for having referred you. I also have included a few discounts!
I've been doing my "mega planner post" for 3 years now and each year the offerings change a bit. Some...
What is Kajabi? It's a platform to easily sell your content online - courses, e-books, membership site, coaching groups, even physical products. It's an all-in-one solution that let's you have everything under one roof: website, blog, landing, sales, and checkout pages, e-mail marketing system, funnels, webinars, and more. It's pretty amazing, actually.
Note: This post was originally written in 11/2017 and has been updated in 03/2018 and 10/2018.
And proud of it! Heh. That was kind of obnoxious, right? But I'm totally serial. I discovered New Kajabi in December 2016 and, after taking a walk-through with a free trial, decided pretty quickly that THIS was my new best friend.
I started following Jessica Turner's blog, The Mom Creative, because we have a lot in common so I enjoy reading her stuff. We're both moms who work at home, we're bloggers, and we love taking photos.
I enjoyed following her journey as she published her first book called The Fringe Hours: Making Time for You.
Here's a blurb about it:
For the woman who is doing everything for everyone--except herself: Ever get to the end of the day and realize you did nothing for you? In this practical and liberating book, Jessica N. Turner empowers you to take back the fringe hours--those little pockets of time you already have in your day--in order to make time for your passions and practice self-care. Based on original research, The Fringe Hours helps you overcome common hurdles that prevent women from taking time for themselves regularly. You'll also discover tips for maximizing the time you have and discover how living this lifestyle makes you a better wife, mother, and friend....
Hey creative entrepreneur, or woman aspiring to be . . . this is for you. This site is for you and, as I was conceptualizing it and building it, I always had you on my mind.
I want this to be the perfect place for you. To that end, I "re-did" Marie Forleo's B-School which included going through the lessons again, with this site and with you in mind.
I found the process fascinating! So I thought I'd do a little blog post and share my notes and thoughts from my B-School homework. This post derives from B-School's "Start the Right Business," Lesson 3. Here are the questions and my answers.
My business will serve and is for: female online creative entrepreneurs.
Now that she's got her business started, she's feeling really lucky to be working from home and building her own business instead of someone else's. But she often feels like...
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