Welcome to the Filling the Jars Recommendations page! This is where you will find links to specific products that I use, love, or fully believe will make your life better and simpler.
As this page grows, I’m updating and dividing my recommendations into easier-to-follow categories. I’ll release each page as it’s finished, and they will be listed here with links to each page.
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Click the image below to visit the Recommendations Page for Paper Organizing Tools to find the perfect products for clearing your paper clutter and handling all the paper that enters your home.
Click the image below to visit the Recommendations Page for Planners, Journals, and Binder Accessories to get your day organized. There are also links to helpful websites.
Click the image below to visit my #AmazonInfluencer page for even more products to simplify and organize your life. Plus there might be lots of farmhouse-style decor items and other pretty stuff! 😉
How to Start a Blog: The Super-Easy 5-Step Beginner Guide – My post to help walk you through setting up your blog.
Even if you think your blog is too small to make an income, Victoria’s tips will teach you that you CAN earn money from your blog even with low monthly page views.
Elite Blog Academy – This course is only available once per year, and it’s definitely worth the money if you’re a new blogger with big dreams, or if you’ve been blogging for a while and your blogging experience isn’t turning out the way you had hoped. The step-by-step course framework will take you from the very basics of blogging to becoming a full-fledged business. Blogging is not for the faint of heart, and this course requires a willingness to buckle down and get to work. That said, for those who are willing to do the work, it also comes with a 100% money-back guarantee.
SPECIAL NOTE: Elite Blog Academy usually opens once per year for enrollment. If you have ever thought about blogging, you should sign up for the waiting list. Signing up does NOT obligate you to purchase the course, but you will be one of the first to hear about new freebies and information for the next class.
Although Elite Blog Academy is currently closed, you can still grab some awesome FREE resources, which I’ve linked to below. Signing up for these does NOT obligate you to purchase the course.
EBA Blogging Assessment – Take this free blogging assessment to discover whether or not blogging is for you.
Blog Structure Blueprint – A simple template for an organized blog.
”7 Surefire Ways to Boost Your Blog Income Overnight” E-Book – Great, actionable tips!
Goal Setting Workbook for Bloggers – You can’t succeed if you don’t set goals.
More blogging resources:
Elite Blog Academy Blog – Blogging tips and information.
Bluehost – This is the hosting company I have used since I began blogging over a year ago.
Tailwind – This program is an official Pinterest partner and will help you schedule your Pinterest pins. It can help you figure out the best time of day to post, shuffle your posts, etc. I like the visual layout and drag-and-drop capabilities. Click HERE to get a credit to try your first month free.
Buffer – With the free version of Buffer, you can schedule up to 10 Twitter and/or Facebook posts at a time. My two favorite things about Buffer are being able to preview and choose various images for Twitter, and the ability to “re-buffer” a post without having to completely re-write it. The paid version allows more posts and more social media accounts.
Hootsuite – I like this program mainly because you can schedule a ton of Twitter posts for free. The paid version is extremely powerful, and you can set it up with feeds from other social media sources to streamline your overall social media scheduling time.
Canva – I find this photo and graphic creation program extremely easy to use. It’s what I use for all of my blog graphics and many of my printables. Plus, it’s free unless you use the premium options.
Unsplash – Free photos to use as you wish.
Pixabay – Mostly free photos. Some require you to credit the photographer, so be sure to check before you download!
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