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My Top 5 Business Tools

Growing my brand has been a rewarding task, filled with trial and error! One thing, I have become certain about is these 5 business tools allow to produce, manage and share the content I need to continue growing and covering client needs. Check out my 5 go-to business tools below.


Project Management made simple = Asana. Utilizing Asana allows me to quickly make to-do list and workflows for my clients and teams. Asana allows you to invite team members to specific project, while assigning tasks and due dates along with including attachments.

Google Apps

I live by Google Apps & Google Drive. Anything my team or clients work on typically originates within Google Drive. The ability to work, share and comment on current projects from all most anywhere is so crucial. Plus Google Apps & Google Drive are so easy to learn and navigate.


Keep your Instagram grip pretty and organized. Planoly allows you pre-input photos in the style of your Instagram with captions added to visual help plan out future post. Once post are input you can drag and rearrange images until your satisfied. After that you can schedule post to automatically post (with the premium version) or send you a reminder to manually post (with free version).


I can’t explain how easy Canva has made my life, especially when I wasn’t as good with Photoshop as I needed to be. Graphic design for any project is now made easy with easy to use features and pre-made templates. Canva even has a iOS app for projects and updates on the go.


My newsletter go-to! Having used other email blast options like Constant Contact & Convertkit, Mailchimp is by far my favorite. The connect-ability that is offered with Squarespace & Google Drive make creating easy opt-in options and subscriber list super effortless. Mailchimp allows you to track revenue directly from your email blast for all of e-commerce related content. Plus with the automation sequence, setting up next emails based on my unique triggers allows you keeping up with subscribers. More importantly for those that don’t have a huge email list, Mailchimp doesn’t charge a monthly fee until you’ve reached a specific number of subscribers.

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