Advantages + Hurdles of Gutenberg

This is Tutorial 5 in the Gutenberg 101 series. While Gutenberg may seem like a big change from the classic editor you have grown accustomed to, Gutenberg does come with many advantages. The advantages include: Easy for non techies and beginners to use. It much easier for a new to WordPress person to learn to

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Editing the HTML with Gutenberg + Keyboard Shortcuts

This post is Tutorial 4 in the Gutenberg 101 series. Want to edit the HTML of a page or post directly? With Gutenberg the Text tab in the editor is removed. You can now access the new code editor by clicking on the three vertical dots in the upper right hand corner next to the

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Post, Page, and Block Settings in Gutenberg

This post is Tutorial 3 in the Gutenberg 101 series. The post and page settings in Gutenberg have changed extensively. They are much more streamlined and appear more modern looking. No longer do you have separate sections on the right side and bottom of the post content area. The settings are now in a menu

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What is Gutenberg and Why Should I Care?

This is tutorial 1 in the Gutenberg 101 series. If you pay any attention to the WordPress community you may have heard some rumblings about something new coming soon…. Something that is going to change the way you use WordPress… Something that is going to change the face of WordPress. That something is Gutenberg. What

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My Top 5 Favorite Blogging Tools

I’m closing in on my blog‘s one year anniversary!  And wow–what an amazing year it’s been!  I’ve learned so much…and there was a lot to learn those first few months!  There is still so much to learn, but at least I have my bearings, a rhythm, and I don’t feel like I’m drowning anymore (at least

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Use Evernote to Create a Blog Content Plan

Use Evernote to Create a Blog Content Plan

One thing I realized as a blogger early on, was the fact that I was going to have to be organized. The whole theme of my blog is living with intention, so it only makes sense that I had some sort of “intentional” plan to keep track of my blog content! As I began researching

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Google Analytics for Beginners

Google Analytics for Beginners

Google Analytics is one of the most important tools for professional bloggers. There are other traffic counters out there, but Google Analytics (GA) is seen as the industry standard. And don’t fret, because it’s a free blogging tool! Google Analytics for Beginners If you plan to work with advertisers, you should have Google Analytics installed

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30 Days to SEO Mastery

According to a recent study, 90% of all internet traffic originates from a search engine! If you are a blogger and/or business owner haven’t been focusing on SEO {search engine optimization}, you are missing out on a TON of traffic. Like you, I had heard other bloggers and business owners go on and on about

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Ultimate Blogger Giveaway

Ultimate Blogger Giveaway {MacBook, Courses, Amazon Gift Card, Blog Coaching, Kindle Fire, & more}

And the winners are…. MacBook Air- Christine B {Christine_Black_Love2839} Kindle Fire- Anna Elise C. {AEmommy20072009} Amazon Gift Card- Beth M. {lovemyfam_898green} Building an Effective Email List Course- Cherryl B. {arress83} Blog Coaching- Betty E. {betty@peacecreekontheprairie}, Jill C {sjsdcam}, Pat F {pfenner7} 2018 Homeschool Moms Conference/Work at Home/Blogger Track- Kim B {kwil79}, Sharla F {sfossen1}, Christine

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Tips for the Overwhelmed Homeschool Blogger

Please tell me that I’m not the only one who has felt overwhelmed while attempting to balance the homeschool blogger life? If you have never felt overwhelmed, then I desperately need to know your secret! If you’re like me in your struggle to keep things “balanced,” here are a few tips… Don’t try to do

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