Welcome to my resource library! This is where I keep my files, downloads, ebooks, worksheets and whatever else I manage to create. I love sharing what I learn and want to keep adding to this library so it becomes a wealth of helpful goodness.
This is a free resource but I do require a password to access the library itself. You can get access by popping your email address into the form below.
Already have a password? Log in here.
This resource library is a free subscription and open to everyone.
Here’s what you do: Put your email in the form below and confirm your subscription.
Here’s what I do: As soon as your subscription is confirmed I’ll email you with the password.
Once you have the password just copy and paste it into the password field in my free resource library.
I know you’re busy and don’t have lots of free time to study marketing, blogging, or productivity. Thank goodness you have me now!
You may or may not know I studied print journalism in university, completing a bachelor’s degree with an award for arts reporting. While in university I worked for the local newspaper as arts reporter and produced and hosted a weekly pop music show at the community radio station.
After graduating I followed a long and windy road leading me to my current roles. I oversee a media and marketing department (print, digital, audio and video) for a national non-profit, manage several social media strategies and accounts, work as a freelance writer and produce marketing plans.
Being responsible for so many different things gave me some valuable experience I’ll always have with me. One of the things I’ve learned is what it means to wear all the hats. I love talking about freelance writing, blogging and social media marketing and what I’ve learned in my years as a media and marketing manager.
My hope is you can take these resources and put my tips and tricks into practice right away to take your business to the next level.
That’s why I created a resource library. I love sharing what I’ve learned and want to keep adding to this library so it becomes a wealth of helpful goodness.
PS if you’re looking for my knitting patterns, visit Creativity Strikes.