Posts tagged guest blog
Do You Have an Estate Plan? | Guest Blog by Deb DeLeers | DeLeers Legal, LLC

Many people have a personal “To-Do” list, and oftentimes, one of the lingering “To-Do’s” is to create or update an estate plan. If it’s time to check that item off of your own To-Do list, Attorney Deb DeLeers from DeLeers Legal, LLC can help. Deb has been practicing law in the Green Bay/Ledgeview area since 2007 and her passion for guiding people through the planning process is what drives her business. Her approach is simple- to do the right thing for her clients, every time, by creating a comprehensive, customized solution.

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Are you getting quality sleep? | Guest Blog by Dr. Corinne Spencer | PhD Neuroscientist + Transformational Health and Life Coach

Corinne is a fierce female entrepreneur that I’m lucky to call a friend. We are connected through our coaching program, and had the opportunity to meet in person at a retreat in Savannah, Georgia earlier this year. While there, we took advantage of the gorgeous backdrop the city provided to updated her brand photos. It was such a joy to spend quality time with Corinne! As a PhD Neuroscientist + Transformational Health and Life Coach, Corinne is full of so much valuable knowledge so I asked her to share some tips for you amazing women.

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Are you ready to feel in control of your time? | Guest Blog by Christine Williams | Holistic Transformational Coach

Are you ready to start feeling like you are being productive and intentional with your time?

I’m Christine Williams, a Certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and Holistic Transformational Coach for Women Entrepreneurs and women who lead. The women I work with often feel like they have to push harder, stretch themselves more, give more, and DO MORE in order to achieve abundance. They give and they give and they give and they give, yet they feel like they’re running in circles.

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How to Write Thank You Cards for Your Wedding | Guest Blog by Gifts in 24

A lot of people contribute to an unforgettable wedding day. When yours is over, you can show your appreciation by taking time to write personal thank you notes. Far from an obsolete tradition, this gesture communicates love and gratitude to the many individuals who played a party in your celebration. To create meaningful thank you cards, follow the tips below.

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Planning a Stress Free Event by Jess Hopp, The Planner Collective | Guest Blog

When planning your own event, you are required to wear A LOT of hats. There are so many components of an event that you are constantly juggling from vendors to your clients, budgets and beyond. So what’s most important?

Prioritizing what needs to be done can help you when things get tough. Having a clear list to refer back to when chaos sinks in will help keep you focused and eliminate event planning stress. Even if chaos never hits (and I hope it doesn’t!) there are still so many little tasks to keep track of. The “to do list” can be daunting but if you prioritize your tasks you will be ahead of the game.

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Jenna Kast Studio Guest Blog: Budgeting for Wedding Invitations

You spend months planning your wedding down to the last detail, but there’s only one piece of it that your guests will see before the wedding day; your invitations. Pinterest overflows with photos of beautiful invitation sets, making ideas easy to come by; but what about your budget?

Invitations are a must-have regardless of your budget. Not only can they be gorgeous and set your guests’ expectations for your wedding day, they must also be practical and deliver important information your guests will use to plan their weekend and travels.

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