I have created this page of recommendations to list together all the valuable products & services I use that may help you too. This list is constantly being updated so be sure to check back in regularly for more great resources as they come.
Disclaimer: Some of the links below are affiliate links which means I may earn a small commission if you purchase from these companies at absolutely no extra cost at all to you. I will only add companies below that I have used and vouch for myself.
MONEY SAVING WEBSITES
Amazon Prime members get loads of benefits including being able to instantly watch thousands of movies and TV episodes, borrow Kindle books & get unlimited FREE two-day shipping (with no minimum order size). They also offer a 30-day FREE trial… you can get your Amazon Prime membership here & start reaping these fabulous benefits immediately.
Audible has a 30-day Free trial & offers the world’s largest selection of digital audiobooks and spoken word content. With Audible, you can listen anytime and anywhere to professionally-narrated audiobooks across a wide range of genres…. a great resource for busy moms!
KINDLE READING APP
The FREE Kindle Reading App lets you read your favorite books on most devices (PCs, smartphones, tablets, etc.), I couldn’t be without my Kindle App, it’s awesome…
BLOGGING RESOURCE WEBSITES
If you are looking to start a blog but haven’t got a huge budget to get started then you may want to check out Bluehost. They are who I use to host this website & have been so easy to use with amazing customer service.
Bluehost is the #1 recommended hosting platform by WordPress & you can get started with them here for only $3.95 a month… when you sign up with my link you will also get your domain name FREE. Read how to get started with Bluehost right here,
Tailwind has been an amazing tool in growing my traffic & my reach on Pinterest.
My reach on Pinterest has reached over 900k in just under three months! That’s impressive when you consider I started a brand new Pinterest account for this blog.
I have found Tailwind so so easy to use, they have easy to understand analytics which you can use to further your growth & an awesome smart scheduler which schedules your pins automatically when your audience is most engaged.
Canva is an absolutely amazing photo editing tool. I use Canva to make many of my pins & have found it beyond easy to use.
There are many features I love about Canva, for example, you can select from their suggested template sizes for whichever social media platform you plan to share your images on or you can create your own dimensions. The quality of the final result is outstanding and my favorite feature is that everything you do is automatically saved on your Canva account so you can access your projects from any device. This is particularly useful if you have to swap computers on a regular basis like I do or are collaborating with someone else.
Just like Canva but with many more editing tools. PicMonkey is an amazing tool to create irresistible pins and graphics for your blog posts.
There are so many features to PicMonkey that I highly recommend using both PicMonkey & Canva together.
PIXABAY & PEXELS
Pixabay is my go-to for free stock photos. They have a huge database of images that you are sure to be able to find the perfect image for your blog posts.
DARE TO CONQUER
Dare To Conquer (formerly Billionaire Blog Club) is hands down THE best blogging resource available for bloggers who want their blogs to be a successful business that makes money.
I wanted to join this course for a while & as soon as I did, I was so so happy with the decision I made.
If you’re thinking of purchasing a blogging course, I promise you that this one is all you need!
The number of useful resources available is above and beyond what you would expect & cover everything you need to know to be a successful blogger, no matter where you are in your blogging journey.
Aside from the excellent course materials, you get to be a member of the online community group & it’s incredible in there!
Any questions you have are answered by other bloggers so you don’t need to hunt around for answers yourself…
The mastermind behind this course, a guy called Paul Scrivens is always there in the member community and willing to help all the members.
I’ve had a few tech issues with my site and he’s helped me sort them every time… I can’t think of any other course leader who’s willing to do that 🙂