As you probably know. Business isn't really my thing. I mean, it's my thing because it's something I do, but it's not something I'm super passionate about. I don't wake up in the middle of the night itching to write about SEO. You see, I'm pretty right brained so I love the creative parts of business. The writing, the designing, that queasy feeling in the pit of my stomach when I'm about to write something really vulnerable but amazing. It's equal parts passion, therapy, and soul-work. It's always been so much more than a business.
I've never really considered myself a business woman.
Writer? Yes. Blogger? Yes. Artist? Most of the time. But business woman? I don't like numbers, I rarely pay attention to analytics, and most of my business practices come from intuition rather than tried and true methods. 90% of my work is done with unwashed hair while wearing my "I heart cat naps" pajamas.
However, in between my many cats (there are four!) trying to use me or my keyboard as a bed, and binge-watching episodes of New Girl, I've managed to create a pretty amazing business and I've done it all by myself. I make actual money from what I do, I sell things, I get thousands of page views a day, I get emails from people wanting to share with me or talk to me or work with me.
So, I'm kinda doing this business thing.
I am super proud of the fact that I have been able to be successful without blogging about business. It's such a huge niche and business is something that so many people want to learn about. Most people don't have the same passion for learning about how to manage depression or how to practice self-care. But it's my calling and I've learned you can't run from those things (and I wouldn't want to).
I get a lot of people asking me how to do business-y stuff. Little introverted me gets a bit overwhelmed. So that's where Biz + Blog Magic comes in. I don't want to stuff the blog with tons of articles about business and I'm really bad about answering emails (sorry guys, I love you) so I put everything I know into a handy, dandy, ebook Blog + Biz Magic - complete with worksheets!
I've been running Blessing Manifesting for six years now and I love what I do.
I want to show you how to do it too. I want to show you how to have a blog that helps people - whether you're blogging about yoga, essential oils, personal growth, mental-health, spirituality, self-care, whatever it is - and how to be successful doing it. If you're a brand new blogger and feeling super overwhelmed, I can give you a great foundation to work with. If you've been at it awhile but you just aren't seeing the traffic or the sales, I have so many ideas for you. Check out the Blog + Biz Magic sales page to see everything that's in it!
I made Blog + Biz Magic for heart-centered, spirit-led, entrepreneurs who want to make a difference.
I'm not going to get super technical on you, remember I've got that right-brain that likes to run off chasing butterflies. BUT I do know my stuff and I want to teach you that stuff in a way that's easy and understandable. Pinterest, budgeting, how to use social media, how to blog when you're working full time, how to make money from your own products. How to make money from ads and affiliates. How to make money and not feel gross about it and the WORST BUSINESS ADVICE I've ever taken. It seriously broke my business brain for years and made me hate marketing. I don't want to give you any of the sales tactics you'll find everywhere else. I want to do things differently.
If that sounds interesting to you, here's the first 40 pages for free!
Get a feel for my writing, my teaching style, and see if you feel like you resonate with the way I teach. This first part is mainly for beginners but let me tell you, it gets better! Each section has a part for newbies and then a section for people who have been blogging for awhile. If you're just starting out, you can go through it in 6 months and have a whole different experience!
Blog + Biz Magic launches on 9/20 and you have until then to get the special pre-launch price! Do it! (Did you know you can write it off as a business expense?!)