5 Tips to Help Turn Your Passion into a Reality

Many of us have hidden passions or ideas that drive us forward and give us hope. Unfortunately, many of us do not take full advantage of these awesome ideas, and slowly push them to the back of our minds while we continue on with our busy routine-packed days. Even though it takes time, money, and resources to transition over to fulfilling our passions full-time, it’s possible to make it happen! Even though I can’t give you advice on how to get a business loan or how to seek legal advice for SMBs, I can share with you my plethora of digital tools and personal experience! Continue reading

What One Year of Blogging Has Taught Me

I can’t believe I’m already able to say this, but tomorrow marks the one year anniversary of my first blog post! I honestly never envisioned myself as a blogger until that first post was published. I knew having a blog would be a plus when applying for jobs, but I never thought I was an “expert” in any particular subject area. Also, as it turns out, blogging on a consistent basis can be quite the commitment! So how did I end up with this website that I’ve devoted countless hours to? Well, it all started out as a portfolio site for a college class during my last semester at San Diego State University. We had to create a portfolio site on WordPress with a home page, about section, a resume and any work samples from our field-related courses. This website was originally created on the Journalism and Media Studies school’s intranet, but I had the option of exporting the site onto my own public WordPress site once I had graduated. I decided to do this mid-May of 2016, but felt like there was something missing. When I realized that WordPress gave me the option to having a blog site, I thought that I might as well go for it! I wrote my very first blog post, “So You’ve Graduated, Now What?”, and published it on May 25, 2016. It was this initial post that has paved the way for #WeeklyPostWednesdays. Since then, I’ve learned so many things about blogging and know that I have so much more to learn in the future! Continue reading