So you know that DM from a girl you used to go to high school with, totally out of the blue? And you already know it’s going to be a NWM pitch because it starts with “Hey Girl”? Enter Kayla Ybanez, a Network Marketing Coach whose goal is to help women STOP these kinds of spammy marketing tactics. So basically, doing a great service not only to NWM’s, but to all of society. Read More
Brasilia is a quirky yet very well thought out city, and everything is planned and organized in an efficient way. Here's an in-depth tour of the highlights and what you can do in 48 hours in Brazil's capital. Read More
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Nothing has me dreaming of my future Tiny Tropical Home more than this latest project. The result? Laid back cali boho with a splash of rattan and banana leaves. You know, everything you need to feel right at home with some fellow women entrepreneurs. Read More
In the spirit of dreaming of far away places and a serious case of wanderlust that I’ve gotten lately, I’ve put together a list of my favorite travel-inspired fonts fonts for you. The best is they’re all free! Read More
There’s nothing more exciting than working with a brand that you wish was your own. You know, one that makes your heart flutter and has you daydreaming design ideas at 3am. This was one of those projects – a total barefoot bohemian dream for a wedding and event planning company near Yosemite, CA. Read More
In January, we took a spontaneous trip somewhere completely new: Alto Paraíso de Goiás and Chapada dos Veadeiros National Park. The area is home to animals like anteaters, jaguars, maned wolves, toucans and macaws, and is actually a UNESCO world heritage site. Read More
Introducing a ranch style brand & website for a 15,000 acre, 20,000 home, mega real estate development in Santa Clarita Valley, CA. The brand, Ranch on the River, would act as an information hub for everything regarding the development, including acting as an intermediary between potential buyers and the builder. Read More
A lot of people ask me how I cultivate creativity and what my creative process looks like. And honestly, it's never the same! Here are some of my favorite tips for getting your creativity flowing again. Read More
I’ve been in such a groovy mood lately! Ever since buying my very own 1971 baby blue VW Beetle two weeks ago, it’s been like living in a time machine. So in the spirit of the decade, I’ve pulled together a list of my favorite free retro fonts, a-la-1970s! Read More
Who doesn’t love HGTV? I think one of the most exciting parts is the before & after effect. So today I'm going to tell the before & after story of HGTV's "Hidden Potential" star Jasmine Roth's brand design journey, a complete makeover from hobby blog to celebrity personal brand. Read More
This is going to be a controversial topic, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t worth talking about! I’ve been practicing facing controversy head-on lately, so in the spirit of being honest and speaking my truth I wanted to talk today about what is for most people either a pain point, an inspiration and at times, an addiction: Instagram. Read More
Yes, you read that right – I’ll design your dream brand for FREE! (a $1500+ value) What’s the catch? All you have to do is join our upcoming Facebook community Passport to Profit: A Group for Dreamers & Trailblazers which will be launching April 22nd. Read More
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