10 writing mistakes that make you look like a total noob

We’ve all heard these rules before but let’s be honest, the English language is tricky – even for us native speakers. How is anyone expected to remember all of the “must and must not’s” of the writing world? Unfortunately for anyone who publishes content, that’s not a good enough excuse for bad grammar. Also unfortunate is that this is one of those situations that falls into the category of, “no one will notice if you’re right, but EVERYONE will notice – and ridicule you- if you’re wrong.”

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Rachel Frederick
5 reasons to celebrate the little things in life

Celebrating the tiny moments in life is super important. Far more important than we often make it out to be. I'm just thinking maybe the true benefits can't be summed up in a single sentence for an Instagram post. So what are these reasons for us to slow down, stop and smell the roses, and enjoy the present - because, as its name implies, it's truly a gift.

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Rachel Frederick
Blogging tips for wellness business owners

You know I’m a huge fan of content marketing. It really is one of the fastest ways to build up your credibility, solidify your brand, and give your business a bit of personality – all with a few words a week. But so often, that’s exactly the problem. You need a few words a week. What the gosh darn howdy doody are those words supposed to be?

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Rachel Frederick
How to turn your passion into a profitable wellness business

Most people start wellness businesses because of a passion for something, a desire to make the world a better place or sell something the world needs, or something that could change lives. But when you break it down, the perfect business owner is both right and left-brained. Creative and organized. Honest and selfish. Self-aware, determined, and resilient to failure. I don’t know a whole lot of people like that… do you?

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Rachel Frederick
5 Tips to improve your "google-ability"

It’s not a secret that you need quality search engine optimization (SEO) to be found on the world wide web. And yet, if I had to choose between wrestling snakes in a vat of chocolate pudding while wearing a sumo suit, or figuring out how to get Google to pick up on my website AND place me in the top ten on their search lists? I’d be tempted to go with the pudding snakes.

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Rachel Frederick