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Take a look below at the tools and resources I have personally used and found useful.
Tailwind is the best tool to schedule and analyze your traffic on Pinterest and Instagram. What I appreciate most at them is their impeccable customer service. If you sign up using my link you get one month free.
Making Sense Of Affiliate Marketing. With 6 modules, over 30 lessons, bonuses, and an extremely useful exclusive Facebook group, Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing is the best investment I’ve made so far. It covers everything you need to know about affiliate marketing: what it is and how it works, how to pick the right affiliate products to promote, how to increase conversions, required disclosures that you need to know about, different strategies to use to promote your affiliate products, and how to use Pinterest to succeed at affiliate marketing.
SiteGround is one of the most reliable hosting company and the safest home for your website. Again, their customer service is the best.
Building a Framework – The Ultimate Blogging Handbook With Abby’s book you have all the answers in one place. I highly recommend it. This is actually the only resource you need to get started and grow your blog. I’ve implemented many strategies in Abby’s book and they made an amazing impact.
Grammarly is a powerful online editing and proofreading tool that works well inside WordPress with browsers extensions for Chrome, Safari, and Firefox.
The How of Happiness by Sonja Lyubomirsky – my favorite book on happiness is a self-help, easy to follow book and a new approach on happiness. This book will convince you to take your happiness into your own hands.
The Five Minute Journal: A Happier You in 5 Minutes A Day is a simple, but very effective journal that will help you become more mindful and more positive by prompting you to start and end each day with gratitude. It has some side effects like increased happiness, optimism, and better relationships.
Happiness Planner is designed to help you cultivate happiness by embracing the power of positive thinking, mindfulness, gratitude, and self-development.
The Happiness Advantage by Shawn Achor – a beautiful approach on happiness, a book that invites us to give up the belief that first we have to be successful, then we’ll be happy. If we can change the way we think and raise the level of positivity, then the brain experiences a happiness advantage and it performs better than a brain on stress.
Dailygreatness Journal – a practical guide for consciously creating your days and a great tool that will help you make lasting changes towards a more positive, meaningful life.
Wunderlist – one of the best to-do apps for task management. The to-do list app that I use for everything. It’s free, simple, and easy to use; you can create lists, set reminders, you can share and collaborate with others, and you can access it from every device.
Google Calendar – I use it to set appointments and for daily tasks. I love the search feature that I often use if I want to know when I renewed a subscription or when I had my mammogram. It has reminders, sinks with my phone and I can color code everything. Pretty neat!
Google Drive – It is free, does spreadsheets, surveys and Docs, and it is great for cloud storage. You can access and edit your files from anywhere and collaborate with others. I use it to write my blog posts and I have folders for each of my categories. I just love it!
Evernote is another great app – so effective and versatile. You can do so many things with it: store and organize files (audio, photo, web clip, text, or handwritten notes), schedule daily tasks, set reminders, take notes, and collaborate.
MINDFULNESS AND MEDITATION RESOURCES
Spire is truly the friend you need by your side. Not only does it track your steps, your focus and your active minutes, but it also senses and anticipate any stressful event before it happens based on your breathing. Then it gives you insight on how to handle any stressful experience.