I get by with a little help from my *freebie* friends.

Sometimes you just need a little help in the copy + content department.
Scroll for my favorite free resources to give you that nudge in the right direction.

Blogssary template

If I didn’t have my blogssary, I would honestly lose my dang mind.

This handy spreadsheet organizes all of your blog posts so you can easily access them for interlinking, social sharing, and more.

And the best part? It’s a searchable document. Just type in a few keywords and BAM! That blog post from three years ago is instantly at your fingertips.

Click here to download your free blogssary template »

ABC (Audience + Brand Clarity) Workbook

I created the ABC Workbook as a way to extract allll the juicy details from my clients before writing for them.
It helped me tease out the most compelling parts of their stories, their ideal customers’ deepest pains and desires, and the wonderful little -isms and eccentricities that made their brand their brand.
Up until now, it’s only been available to my one-on-one clients. But you can grab it today for free!
Download your 13-page ABC Workbook »

Nurture Sequence Email Training

Nurture sequence. Autoresponders. Funnel. Welcome series. Whatever you call ’em, there’s no denying that automated email sequences can be mad effectiveif you use them the right way.
In this video training, you’ll learn five relationship-killing mistakes most people make with their nurture sequences. You’ll also get my favorite tools to help you craft crazy compelling emails.
AND you’ll learn my proprietary 7-part nurture sequence to turn new subscribers into raving fans…into paying customers.
Watch the video training now »

5 Favorite Tools pdf

You don’t need every tool under the sun to run your biz. You can start with these 5 beauties.

Grab it! »

Holiday Content Cheat Sheet

No need to reinvent the wheel. Grab 25 ideas for engaging social posts to enchant your audience during the holiday season.

Download your cheat sheet »


Email marketing doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Mailchimp is super easy and fun to use and it’s very affordable (even offering a free version for under 1200 subscribers.) It’s the service I use myself.


Nobody likes a typo. Just copy and paste your copy into Grammarly for a digital proofreader. The free version won’t catch every error, but it’s pretty darn close!

Hemingway Editor

Hemingway is a fantastic editing tool to simplify your writing. The app scans your copy and highlights areas with long sentences, complex grammar, or unnecessary words.

Idiom Dictionary

When you’re writing copy and need help finding just the right phrase, look to the Idiom Dictionary. Type in a key word and see all the common phrases that fit the bill.

Google Drive

If you’re like me, you’ve got a lot of files to keep track of. Google Drive — along with its lovechild Google docs — helps me keep my biz organized. It’s also awesome for sharing files with clients.


Looking for a great image to add to your blog post…but don’t want to spend a ton of cash? Pixabay has over 600K free high-quality images. It’s always the first place I look.

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