Guest Post: Sick and Tired of Doing Facebook the Old Way? Read This!

Tips for Doing Facebook the Right Way

Struggling to get traction by doing Facebook the ‘old way’ and not sure what steps to take to fix it? This guest post from Sheena will help shed some light on things for you! It comes as no surprise that features are fast-evolving, especially when it comes to social media platforms. In line with this,…

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Why You Need an Emergency Cash Fund as a Creative Entrepreneur

Why you need an emergency cash fund

Do you have an emergency cash fund? Have you ever worried about what would happen if you couldn’t pay your bills? Or what if you needed emergency surgery — how would you pay for that? Life is going along great for you. Your job is ok (aka, it’s bearable), and you’re excited about your side…

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Guest Post: The Path to Success for Young Leaders

A clear path to success for young leaders

Do you have young leaders living at home? Then they should read this great guest post from Vera… she works with young people to help them find the right career for them. Many young leaders are always looking for new ways to further their future careers. As new players in the job field, young leaders…

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How Virtual Teams and Solopreneurs Can Celebrate Christmas

Solopreneur? Here's how to celebrate Christmas in your office

Working from home is awesome. You get a one minute commute. You can work in pyjamas. And you avoid distraction from cubicle colleagues.It’s painless and productive. But while those cubicle colleagues can be a distraction, their social connection is positive. And their absence can leave you feeling lonely. Especially at Christmas. Social interaction does much…

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Why Do I Need an Email List? (and How to Get Started)

Tips for building your email list now

One of the biggest questions I’m asked is: “why do I need an email list and how do I start one?” This is then generally followed up with a lengthy email response from me, concluding in the popular saying, “the money is in the list!” But that’s not really helpful, right? So rather than continue…

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New Blog or Business? How to Market it in 30 Minutes or Less

How to market your new blog or biz in 30 minutes or less

Marketing a new blog or business can seem like an overwhelming task to tackle, particularly if you don’t have a background in marketing. So today I want to do something a little different. Today I’m taking you on a little tour behind the scenes of some of the modules inside the Side Hustle Blueprint Masterclass.…

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7 Powerful Tips to Manage Your Schedule (Without Going Insane!)

7 ways to manage your schedule and stop the insanity!

Wish you could manage your schedule like a boss? Wondering how people do it without going insane? Read on to learn exactly how you can master your schedule and feel less overwhelmed and cray-cray! One of the most common comments I get from new subscribers to Hustle and Groove is about how overwhelmed they feel,…

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How to Start a Blog or Biz When You Feel Like You Have No Skills!

How to start a side business when you think you have no skills

I hear this phrase a lot: “I can’t make any extra money on the side because I feel like I have no skills to start a side business with!” And I can understand why you might be thinking this, but as I’m about to prove to you, it’s absolutely not true! EVERYONE has a skill…

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Understanding Passive Income and How to Get Started Now

When it comes to passive income, it can be a little confusing understanding what passive income is, types of passive income, and how to make passive income. The problem with passive income is that there are a ton of different ways to make money on the side, but not all of them are truly passive.…

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Thanksgiving Gift Guide for Bloggers & Biz Owners

Your Thanksgiving Gift Guide

October and November provide North Americans with the chance to be thankful through the Thanksgiving holidays. For Canada, that’s observed on October 10th and for American’s, that’s observed on November 24. For the rest of the world, it’s business as usual but I do wish we had a Thanksgiving holiday because it’s the perfect time of…

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