Dealing with negativity online can be a challenge for any content creator; see how I handle it and ways that my friends do too! I was tagged on Instagram the other day with a question and when I clicked over to answer, I realized it was on sponsored post from my Valspar video shoot so I hadn’t seen it in my feed.
Happy New Year everyone! Let me first go on record and say that I don’t really know how to read my analytics so these are NOT my “most popular” or “most read” posts of the year. But when I look back through each month of content… these are the moments that make me smile or carry some importance so I figured it might be fun to look back.
A couple of weeks ago, I headed into the city to attend the annual Better Homes and Gardens Stylemaker Event! The editors of Better Homes and Gardens plan an amazing day of listening and learning and celebrating for a handful of select food and decor ‘stylemakers.’ (You should know that I have incriminating photos of most of the BHG editorial staff which explains my invitation.)
This post is so silly, but I love it so much! My friend Caleb from You Can Make This Too, uses a cardboard cutout of his head and torso when he’s setting up a video to ensure proper focus. Essentially a cardboard stunt double so he can set up his shot properly. It always makes me chuckle when I see that cardboard head hovering in the background of his videos, so I had to make my own!