Blog Archives for category Work from Home

How to Manage Your Limitations as a Maker

When you are the maker of the products you sell in your handmade business, you have one major limitation: you… Continue reading »

Give Your Business A Boost By Tracking These 5 Things

My goodness the days certainly run together when one is taking care of a newborn! I knew that my time… Continue reading »

Prepare Your Handmade Business for the Holidays

Is your handmade business ready for the holidays? Because, believe it or not. They’re here. Really, they’ve been here, and… Continue reading »

Get a Handle on Your Infeasible Goals

Get a Handle on Your Unfeasible Goals

Continuing with this month’s trend of goal-setting and scheduling in celebration of the Rock 2016 Planner launch, I’m going to… Continue reading »

Get your Important (but not urgent) Stuff Done

2 Ways to Get Your Important (but not urgent) Stuff Done

We all have a list of projects that we’ve unwittingly placed on the back burner, even though we know some… Continue reading »

Weekly Planner Download

Ready to ROCK Your Business + Life? {Announcing the New Weekly Planner}

I couldn’t wait for the end of the year. I want my business to have a kick-ass holiday season over… Continue reading »

Put a Stop to Scatter-Brained Marketing by Systematizing

We creative-types aren’t always the most organized. A  few descriptive words come to mind: scatter-brained, flaky, over-worked, stressed, spread-too-thin, and… Continue reading »

Product Flop or Marketing Fail? Deciding Beyond Your Negative Self-Talk

Running a handmade business can feel like a very personal and even scary thing. When you’re trying to make money… Continue reading »

Improve Your Business with This Simple Tool

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: what gets tracked, improves. If you have to write down everything… Continue reading »

The Halfway Mark – Planning Your Next 6 Months

You’ve made it. You’re halfway through the 2015 year. How do you feel about it? Never-mind, don’t answer that. Unless… Continue reading »