• Women Who Work: Graphic Designer and Web Developer, Krystyana Lux

    With an unforgettable name like Krystyana Lux, you’ve got to be doing something memorable! Light of Lux is a design collective making magic for the everyday heart. With a career pushed by her own faith, Krystyana sees the light at the end of the creative tunnel when creating a reliable website and graphics. How did you make the leap to your… [Continue Reading]

    Women Who Work: Graphic Designer and Web Developer, Krystyana Lux
  • Publications to Know: Beauty Papers

    Who & What: Beauty Papers is quite the artistic publication for beauty lovers. More than just roundups of cosmetics and skincare, Beauty Papers takes a more avant-garde approach to the art of beauty, and then some. This is the perfect quarterly magazine for editorial images and features. Where: They are located in London. How: Want to pitch or speak with an editor?… [Continue Reading]

    Publications to Know: Beauty Papers
  • What to Pitch Now: October 2017

    It’s October everyone! I’m a little late here. I’m sorry about that. I’ve had a lot on my plate recently, and getting up earlier could fix most of them. Insert unpleased face. Anyway, are you stuck wondering what to start pitching now for print and digital mags and websites? Just follow the industry standard if you don’t have time to… [Continue Reading]

    What to Pitch Now: October 2017
  • Women Who Work: Life and Success Coach, Lo Wentworth

    Lo Wentworth did exactly what she was supposed to do. She checked off all of the boxes only to realize that she wasn’t happy even with her own success. Now she mentors and coaches women in order to prevent them from making her same mistakes and help them find their true calling. How did you make the leap to your… [Continue Reading]

    Women Who Work: Life and Success Coach, Lo Wentworth
  • Women Who Work: Creative and Art Director, Abhilasha Sinha

    Abhilasha Sinha proves that you can have a great job being as creative as possible by paving her own way to become a “visual storyteller”. She’s been a creative for 12 years now and is sharing her story of success in creating her own role that she loves. How did you make the leap to your current role? I was… [Continue Reading]

    Women Who Work: Creative and Art Director, Abhilasha Sinha
  • The Busy Girl’s Transitional Skincare for Fall

    This summer really took a toll on my skin. I’ve always had oily skin, but I stayed inside most of this summer, and only went to the like once. I ran errands and tried not wear makeup when I went out unless it was a special occasion. Skincare has been the only thing I focused on this month–beauty-wise that is.… [Continue Reading]

    The Busy Girl’s Transitional Skincare for Fall
  • Women Who Work: CEO and Designer Jess Freeman

    You’ve seen her all over from Glamour and the Rising Tide Society to Belong Magazine and the Savvy Community. Jess Freeman of Jess Creatives is a graphic and web designer running her own brand. How does she do it? Let’s find out! How did you make the leap to your current role? I began doing freelance design during college, and that… [Continue Reading]

    Women Who Work: CEO and Designer Jess Freeman
  • Women Who Work: Ghost Writer and Copy Editor, Hannah Sandoval

    Hannah is the owner of her own business, the PurpleInkPen, and commits to her own blog, I Just Want to Write. She proves that you can start your own movement even in an industry like books and publishing. She is a fiction manuscript writer and a copy editor. Catch up on her journey below! How did you make the leap to… [Continue Reading]

    Women Who Work: Ghost Writer and Copy Editor, Hannah Sandoval
  • Why Are More PR Blogs and Resources Folding?

    If you try and look up PR blogs, advice, or news, I’d be shocked if you could build up a list of 20 relevant websites and blogs. Specifically, on topics in PR like media relations and strategy. Many incredible resources have fallen, like NYCPRGirls, PR Blonde (which is now a lifestyle blog instead), PRTraction and their incredible FB group (Pitch Yourself).… [Continue Reading]

    Why Are More PR Blogs and Resources Folding?
  • Women Who Work: Entrepreneur and Motivational Speaker Karen LeeAnn Fox

    Veterans are creative too, and don’t you forget it! It’s time to learn more about Veteran, blogger, entrepreneur, and motivational speaker Karen LeeAnn Fox. She is the founder of My Veteran Woman LLC. How did you make the leap to your current role? I retired from the US Military in 2011. I had a very difficult time transitioning into civilian… [Continue Reading]

    Women Who Work: Entrepreneur and Motivational Speaker Karen LeeAnn Fox