What I’m Learning: September 2014

Posted on: September 26th, 2014 by Ashley Brooks 6 Comments

September is one of my favorite months. Even when the summer heat drags on (which it didn’t this year—hello, frost advisories!), September feels fresh to me. The crisp air, the bright colors, and of course, kids heading back to school. I was one of those kids who loved school from kindergarten all the way through […]

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How to Write a Book (When You Don’t Know Where to Start)

Posted on: September 22nd, 2014 by Ashley Brooks 3 Comments

I’ve spruced up some old posts (let’s think of them as “vintage”) to keep you inspired and entertained while I’m off on maternity leave. This post was originally published on October 1, 2013, shortly after I got home from a trip to Europe. Once again, I’m here to astound and amaze you with that special […]

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Coffee Talk: Staying Sane with a Newborn

Posted on: September 19th, 2014 by Ashley Brooks 8 Comments

It seems like each week with Hadley teaches me a new lesson about life in general now that I’m a mom. This week’s realization is that staying home with a baby isn’t all that idyllic. (I know, I know, I have the most shocking revelations.) But seriously. I kind of thought maternity leave would be […]

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5 Reasons Every Solopreneur Should Write an Ebook

Posted on: September 15th, 2014 by Ashley Brooks No Comments

I’m guest posting over at One Woman Shop today with my top 5 reasons every solopreneur should write an ebook. (Actually, I think anyone with big blogging or business dreams should write an ebook. Go big or go home, right?) Photo Credit: James Tarbotton via Unsplash As solopreneurs, we’re constantly on the lookout for ways […]

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Coffee Talk: The Things I Don’t Do

Posted on: September 12th, 2014 by Ashley Brooks 8 Comments

About a year ago, I came across a post by Hayley Morgan of The Tiny Twig called I Don’t Do It All. It’s an awesome read for anyone who’s ever felt pressured to “do it all.” I’ve been thinking about it a lot lately since having a baby eats up all your time—and therefore, there […]

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