It seems I've unintentionally taken a six month hiatus from writing. During this time, change has been the only constant. Half of the time I've spent running around different holy villages in India, visiting a spiritual publishing firm in the Swedish countryside, staying in an ashram in a small
In a few days, I'll be leaving Austin, TX & my husband behind to embark on a little over two month journey to Lithuania, India & Sweden. Whether it's half way across the globe or just a few states away these journeys have become mandatory to my survival both personally & professionally.
A little over a month ago (what can I say? it's been a busy month) I attended the Wordpress Austin Meetup at Posh Co-Working Lounge. Corey Ellis gave a presentation on basic Wordpress Theme Anatomy. It was a helpful overview to understanding what a Wordpress theme is made of & how it all comes
Here's the last bit of my notes from the Refresh Austin July Meetup. This is from Adrian Taylor of Pushstart Creative's talk "From Idea to Product". Adrian discussed the process of transforming an idea into a great product. Often times we start out with a great idea that we absolutely fall in love
The other night I attended a lively Refresh Austin meetup at the Capital Factory. The first speaker of the night was Casey Hunt, UT Libraries developer & creator of Pleo, an autonomous robotic dinosaur. His speech was entitled: Creative Extinction: An Incredible Idea, Falling
This will be the last post in my WordCamp Austin 2013 Notes Series. The last presentation I attended at WordCamp Austin 2013 was Chris Lema's "The Client Isn't Always Right." Simply put Chris's presentation was awesome. The way Chris spoke was so engaging that I didn't take a whole lot
Next up in my WordCamp 2013 Notes Series is for Hannah Hill's presentation "Content That Sells". So without further adieu, here you go: Four Steps to a Website That Sells BE REMARKABLE! Remember that good marketing will only help bad ideas fail faster. Understand Who the Clients Are. If you
Next in my Wordcamp 2013 notes series are my notes for Carrie Dils presentation "Capturing Clients – How Building Good Relationships Will Build Your Business". Carrie's presentation left me with a page & a half of helpful tips which I'll now share with you. Know Your Ideal Client.