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When I was a kid, I had so many fond memories of A&W® Root Beer. Both of my parents spent some time working at an A&W restaurant in my hometown. When I got the chance to work on a post with them, I knew I had to jump on it. It was so fun to take a walk down memory lane with my parents and celebrate A&W Root Beer’s 100th anniversary in the process.
Summer is a stressful time for many people. Today I am sharing some fantastic products from Simply Earth that will help you get a grip on summer and create a soothing environment for you naturally. Over the past year, I’ve been getting into essential oils, but I never truly knew what to do with them. I love that Simply Earth takes the time to educate you on essential oils and help you use them in so many ways. Keep reading for my thoughts on their essential oil recipe box.
Note: Thanks to Simply Earth for sending me their June box to review for free. I am an affiliate for their company, so this post will have affiliate links throughout. If you would like to shop, you can click these links to shop, and I will receive a commission on your orders at no cost to you. Thank you!
Being a new blogger is one of the most overwhelming feelings. There is so much to do, and you aren’t sure if you are doing any of it effectively. Today on the blog, I am going to share some advice and tips on how to fight those feelings of overwhelm. I want you to focus on what is most important on your blog and the plans you have to make it successful. Overwhelm has no place in your head because I want you to feel excited and motivated to be a fantastic blogger.
I wanted to share today’s post because I know that summer is an excellent season for starting a blog. Blogs come with a ton of work on the backend, and I want you to be prepared. Please let me know if you found this pot helpful on your blogging journey.
As a freelance writer, a big part of my week is sending out pitches to companies I want to work with. Cold pitching isn’t easy work. It can often be challenging and not rewarding. You won’t get a positive answer to every email you send. Every no is an opportunity to work on your pitch, every maybe is a new connection, and every yes is money in your pocketbook. While I am not a cold pitching expert yet, I wanted to share a few tools that help me write better cold pitches when I do it. Keep reading for the tools that help me!
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