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My Favorite Things

These are a few of my favorite things for both business and life. Everything listed here is something that I use in my own business or life.
Please note that some of my favorite things feature affiliate links (thanks for supporting me!).

MOO

My business cards are pretty sweet if I do say so myself. I’m always getting compliments on their shape, design, and feel. MOO does an excellent job and only produces high quality products. If you want to stand out, you’ve got to get these cards. I personally order the square business cards with the rounded edges. I also hand out the mini cards to colleagues so they can pass them along for referrals. Click here to receive 25% off your first order. While you are ordering, be sure to add a free sample pack so that you can experience many of the products that MOO has to offer.

SocialBee

If you want to stay active on social media, but find that you just don’t have the time to keep up with posting frequently enough, SocialBee can help. It’s a social media scheduler that allows you to upload your posts and recycle them, saving you several hours every month. SocialBee organizes your content by categories so that you have a better mix of content based on best practice. You can schedule to post on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and more. Sign up for your free trial here.

HP Instant Ink

Ink cartridges for printers can be super expensive. Until recently, I would be really careful about conserving ink and be very selective about what I printed. But once I enrolled in the HP Instant Ink program, printing is now actually affordable. You pay a small amount per month and you can print a certain number of pages, depending upon your plan, and cartridges are automatically mailed to you when you are getting low on ink. My clients appreciate all the helpful printouts I am able to give them. You can try out the program for one month free with this link! And, if you’re curious, this is the printer that I use and love.

Canva

I remember being so happy when I discovered Canva! It’s a graphic design website that can be used by both professionals and beginners. Canva has a drag-and-drop format and gives you access to photographs, fonts, and graphics. I use Canva to put together beautiful social media and web graphics and designs for my businesses. Canva’s basic version is free to use, and you can also upgrade to Canva for Work which gives you access to additional features. I highly recommend it to make high quality, brand consistent designs for your practice. Check it out here!

Namecheap

Namecheap is my go-to for domain names and they are the leading domain registrar! They have a large selection of domain names at reasonable prices. Namecheap’s site is easy to navigate and offers options for registering or transferring your domain name. Secure your domain name here!

Flywheel

Flywheel is my top choice for website hosting! It’s custom built for the WordPress platform. You get fast load times, a free SSL certificate so that your site is secure for visitors, and nightly backups so you can rest easy knowing that your beautiful site is safe. All clients are on VPS – not shared – servers. Flywheel knows WordPress! And, not to mention, they have a beautifully designed user interface. Host your awesome WordPress site here!

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