Meet PJ Tour (Austin Edition)

Meet PJ Tour (Austin Edition)

So a while back, I made a decision to socialize more in person with my various communities than online. It easy for the computer savvy geek in me to limit my interactions to tweets, posts, and likes. But I also believe that forgoing in person connections makes PJ a...
Need to Network? Tips for Getting to the Right Person

Need to Network? Tips for Getting to the Right Person

This guest post is brought to you by WePay – the easiest way to accept credit cards online. Looking to expand your business into a new market? Want to take your online store to the next level with some great new products? Simply want a new colleague or business...
Must You Blog to Be a Successful Freelancer? A Minority View

Must You Blog to Be a Successful Freelancer? A Minority View

I don’t have a blog. According to my marketing colleagues, this makes me either stupid or a non-entity. Sorry, though, I do quite well for myself without publishing a blog. The main reason I don’t blog is that I love writing too much to do it casually. My...
It May Hurt, But Asking for Client Feedback is Essential

It May Hurt, But Asking for Client Feedback is Essential

This guest post is brought to you by WePay – the easiest way to accept credit cards online. You like to think your business is pitch perfect – after all, who wants to think that the mighty ship they’re steering has a few leaks in it? You need to believe that the...
Freelance and Zen of Marketing Karma

Freelance and Zen of Marketing Karma

I don’t talk about it much but I’m not much of religion-y person. It may be that I just can’t find a place to fit in. I’m too much of a capitalist (and clothes wearer) to be a pagan most days. I’m often uninterested in what would Jesus (or Mohammed) would do. I’m not...
What I Did This Summer

What I Did This Summer

The summer flew by for me. My celebrated my 32nd birthday. I bought my husband a new puppy for his 34th birthday a week later. I hung out in Brooklyn a lot. I walked the Brooklyn Bridge like a tourist. I forgot to use that Cold Stone gift card I got for Christmas last...