Do you create presentations in your job? Then consider giving them a super boost by checking out Visme. As someone who has worked in a lot of offices and done admin that involved me creating data charts, financial reports and slideshow presentations, I was intrigued when I was told about Visme.
Do you ever suffer from pains in your hands or finger joints? I get pains in my fingers due to bad circulation that I've had for a long time. Which is what drew me to these compression gloves...
Being organised isn’t something you are automatically born with. Sure, some people seem to have a propensity for it but mostly, it’s a learned skill. That means you can get better at being organised. It involves putting systems in place and the discipline to actually USE them. That second part is where a lot of people fall down.
Want to make awesome visuals for your blog or boost your marketing with eye-catching graphics? Want to make your social media images pop? Then, if you aren't already, you need to be using Canva. Since I've had a lot of questions on how I make my graphics and book aesthetics, I thought I'd do a tutorial/product review of the program Canva.
I am all about the brainstorming when it comes to writing so when I heard about Scapple, I had to give it a try. There are lots of different software out there that can help to get your notes and ideas down and organised. However, I liked the freeform feel of Scapple so thought I'd share what it is, how to use it and what I have created with it.
Gone are the days where the only tools writers had at their disposal was pen and paper. Now there are oodles of programs and apps out there that you can use in your quest to write the next Big Thing! I'm always interested in testing out products for writers, so today I'm reviewing The Novel …
For those who are signed up to my newsletter (what? You're not!? If you want to be, Join my newsletter here) you will have seen that I decided to add Reviews to this blog. While I will be reviewing books, I also wanted to review products and services that other writers and bloggers may find useful. I only review products that I have personally tested, as a confirmation, I was not paid for this post nor have I been compensated in any way.
I have been asked a few times about the program I use for writing my novels. So I thought I would take a break from the World Builder series to go through the basics of Scrivener. Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links meaning I will get a small fee if you buy the software through …
I love helping out my fellow bloggers/website creators so today's post is about another resource that can assist you 🙂 In an earlier post, I discussed how to use the free resource Website Grader, to give your website/blog a check-up. The Website Grader checks everything from speed to security and allows you to fine-tune your website to make it great.
I am doing something a little different today as I decided to do a product review on a piece of software that I have been using. All product reviews I put on this website are my personal honest opinion of items I have tried and tested. This post contains affiliate links.