Goodbye Toxins, Hello Nature!

Goodbye Toxins, Hello Nature!

Goodbye Toxins, Hello Nature!
Several years ago, when I was struggling with symptoms from an autoimmune issue and all three of my teenage children were battling their own health issues, I found myself desperately searching for ways for us all to feel better. Despite all the advice from our medical professionals, life was not getting any better.

A friend suggested that one of the contributors to our health issues was that perhaps we had been exposed to toxins and that we could benefit from some natural internal cleansing. We embraced a natural and gentle process of cleansing and started feeling so much better.

The next level of wellness education came when I learned that all the work we were doing to restore our bodies was being hampered by the fact that we were using and had within our home many toxic chemicals. These chemicals such as perchloroethylene (PERC), formaldehyde, 2-Butoxyethanol, ammonia, sodium hydroxide, and chlorine were in cleaning products that we used throughout our home.

The products I was relying on to keep out the germs and protect our immune systems was also poisoning us. The more I researched, the more determine I became to change things. There were two things holding me back from throwing out all those common poisons from my home. The first concern was finding what we could use to replace these products. The replacements needed to still protect us from germs and still clean all the surfaces yet not be toxic to our bodies. The other concern was the feeling that by throwing out all those toxic products was a waste of the money spent to purchase them. Perhaps I could wait until they were empty and used.

After dwelling on these concerns for a few weeks and doing some research for natural replacements, a realization came that prolonging the change to what we cleaned our home with because of money was only prolonging the poisoning of our bodies we were so desperately trying to repair! It was a decision to just make the change. The big event of clearing out all the toxic cleaning products resulted in two, full garbage bags. The natural products purchased to replace all of those removed products was significantly cheaper than what the total value was of the replaced products and they filled a couple baskets in the pantry.

Common Household Cleaning Products and the Lungs

The American Lung Association website states: “Many cleaning supplies or household products can irritate the eyes or throat, or cause headaches and other health problems, including cancer. Some products release dangerous chemicals, including volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Other harmful ingredients include ammonia and bleach.

VOCs and other chemicals released when using cleaning supplies contribute to chronic respiratory problems, allergic reactions, and headaches. Studies are underway to assess how these chemicals affect people who have asthma and other respiratory illnesses. However, past studies link exposure to chemicals from cleaning supplies to occupational asthma and other respiratory illnesses.

Cleaning supplies and household products containing VOCs and other toxic substances can include, but are not limited to:

  • Aerosol spray products, including health, beauty and cleaning products
  • Air fresheners
  • Chlorine bleach
  • Detergent and dishwashing liquid
  • Dry cleaning chemicals
  • Rug and upholstery cleaners
  • Furniture and floor polish
  • Oven cleaners

Volatile organic compounds, or VOCs, are gases that are emitted into the air from products or processes. Some are harmful by themselves, including some that cause cancer. In addition, they can react with other gases and form other air pollutants after they are in the air.

VOCs can be found in the air indoors and outdoors. Some of these sources continue to produce VOCs when they are stored or transported. Some of the more familiar VOCs include benzene, formaldehyde and toluene.”

Indoor sources of VOCs in personal cleaning products include:

  • Cleaners and disinfectants
  • Furniture
  • Pesticides
  • Air fresheners
  • Cosmetics and deodorants

Endocrine and Hormone Disruptors

The crucible of change for me was learning how these poisonous substances in the home disrupted the endocrine processes of our bodies. Our endocrine hormone processes include endocrine glands that release hormones into the bloodstream. This lets the hormones travel to cells in other parts of the body. The endocrine hormones help control mood, growth and development, the way our organs work, metabolism, and reproduction. The endocrine system regulates how much of each hormone is released. We definitely do not want to be disturbing them!

The most common endocrine disorders are related to improper functioning of the pancreas and the pituitary, thyroid, and adrenal glands. These endocrine hormones help the body regulate processes, such as appetite, breathing, growth, fluid balance, feminization and virilization, and weight control. As the rise of chemical cleaning products in the home has risen over the years, is it any wonder why disorders and diseases due to endocrine disruption are also on the rise?

Replacing these chemical cleaning products with pure products is a simple step towards turning the tide on the health problems of the respiratory system and the endocrine and hormone disruptions.

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Natural and Pure Cleaning Replacements

Keeping our homes clean and protected from germs that attack our immune system is important. Having these products consist of natural and pure ingredients not only cleans and protects but also supports a healthier respiratory system and the endocrine and hormone systems.

It is possible to clean and protect the home with basic products and add the immune protecting natural compounds with essential oils. The basic ingredients include baking soda, white vinegar, Castile unscented soap, Witch Hazel, Ever Clear (vodka), fractionated coconut oil, or other carrier oils.

Pure essential oils contain nature’s compounds that fight those things that attack our immune system. Some of these compounds include cinnamaldehyde, eugenol, citral, carvacrol, 1,8 cineole, eucalyptol, terpinen-4-ol, and limonene. Essential oils such as cinnamon, clove, oregano, lemongrass, rosemary, eucalyptus, tea tree, and citrus oils are essential oils that can be combined with the basic products to make cleaning products that not only work well for cleaning and protecting but also provide support for endocrine and respiratory systems.

It is important to note that not all brands of essential oils are the same. Many essential oils on the market include synthetic compounds to make them cheaper. Even though they may advertise that they are 100 percent pure, there is no governing board to guarantee that. To guarantee a truly pure essential oil in the current market requires a battery of almost 54 tests to make sure that as they come from the distillation process to be bottled without being compromised. If the goal is to replace the purchased poisonous cleaning products with naturally, simple, homemade products so that respiratory and hormone systems are supported and not disrupted it is important to make sure the basic products and essential oils being used are truly pure and natural. (Link to purchase pure essential oils:

The Change is Easy

Once the basic ingredients and essential oils are purchased and simple recipes saved, it requires little time to make safe cleaning products. Having good containers for the new recipes is also important. As many plastics can also contribute to endocrine disruption, it is best to use glass jars and spray bottles. (Glass spray bottles and jars can be purchased from Amazon.)

We cannot control all the hormone and respiratory disruptors that threaten us, but we can control the ones in our home especially the ones that come from the products we purchase and use. Replacing these products with homemade, safe products is one of easiest ways to support our health and wellness.

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Essential Oil Dish Soap

2 cups unscented Castile soap
20 drops lime essential oil
8 drops of lemon essential oil
6 drops of grapefruit essential oil

Fill a large glass container with the ingredients. To use: shake and add 1-2 tablespoons to the dish water.

Scrubbing Tub Cleanser

2 tablespoons unscented Castile soap
1 teaspoon OnGuard® Cleaning concentrate (doTERRA)
¾ cup baking soda
10 drops grapefruit essential oil
2-4 tablespoon water (add to desired consistency)

Mix the ingredients together in a wide-mouthed glass container about two cups in size. To use: put 1-2 tablespoons on a cleaning rag and wipe the wet tub or shower floor.

Glass Cleaning Spray

4 drops lime essential oil
4 drops lemon essential oil
½ cup water
½ cup white vinegar
1 teaspoon rubbing alcohol

Mix ingredients together in an 8-ounce glass spray bottle and shake. To use: spray on window or glass and wipe with cleaning cloth.

General Cleaning and Protecting Spray I

¼ cup white vinegar
1 ¾ cups water
30 drops doTERRA essential oils (lemon, eucalyptus, wild orange, peppermint, or grapefruit)

Add all ingredients to 16-ounce spray bottle and shake thoroughly. To use: spritz on surfaces and wipe clean.

General Cleaning and Protecting Spray II

1 tablespoon OnGuard® Cleaning concentrate (doTERRA)
1 drop lemon essential oil
1 drop lime essential oil

Add the concentrate and essential oils to a 16-ounce glass spray bottle. Fill the remaining space with warm water. To use: spray over the surface and wipe clean with a cleaning rag.

Fabric Softening Spray

16 ounces white vinegar
10–15 drops lavender or geranium essential oil

Add essential oils to a 16-ounce glass spray bottle. Fill the remaining space with warm white vinegar. To use: Shake well before each use to ensure oils and vinegar are well combined. Spray over wet clothing before drying.

Laundry Stain Remover

½ cup white vinegar
20 drops lemon essential oil
½ cup distilled water

Pour the ingredients into an 8-ounce spray bottle. To use: shake and spray on clothing stains and wash as usual.

PJ Hanks

PJ Hanks

Entrepreneur | Health Coach | Aromatherapist


PJ Hanks

PJ Hanks has spent over 40 years in businesses helping women find hope, discover solutions, and achieve goals. She has a wealth of experience with various tools, proven techniques, and love to help her clients find success in all areas of their lives. As a Bastyr trained aromatherapist, a certified holistic health coach, and a successful business leader, PJ assists her clients to become their best selves.

PJ has been a successful entrepreneur for 30+ years and believes that when your emotional and physical wellness is good, your business and work-life are thriving, and you are working on yourself personally you can feel as though you can cope with all the rest of life.

PJ lives in Carnation, WA with her husband and has three adult children and loves being a grandmother to two darling twin granddaughters. She enjoys crafting, being with family and friends, and traveling. She loves to have deep conversations and to help others find hope and joy!


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Everything you Need to Know if you Plan on Hiring

Everything you Need to Know if you Plan on Hiring

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As we have moved through the first quarter of 2021, maybe you are ready to bring on new employees. There’s no hiding the fact that this was a particularly challenging year for business owners, particularly those in the special events industry. Many companies have had to make the difficult decision to furlough or lay off employees as the pandemic forced our events to be postponed or cancelled.

In the wake of coronavirus, many business owners have found their teams fractured. However, as we anticipate a rebirth of the industry in 2021, you might be left wondering how to manage the hiring process in a post-pandemic landscape.

If you plan on hiring anyone in 2021, here’s what you need to know.

Understanding Your Hiring Options

There are several ways to hire help, each with distinct pros and cons. Most commonly, employees are your traditional W-4 team members on payroll. These are people you expect to be on your team for the foreseeable future, whether on a part-time or full-time basis. While reliable and consistent, hiring employees is a big commitment that entails regular pay (and benefits for full-time workers), as well as strong leadership skills on your end. 

For those that aren’t yet in a place to consider hiring new employees, consider looking into bringing contractors into your team. Contractors provide freelance work through a 1099 nonemployee agreement. While they work for you, they don’t work under you. Since they are not on payroll, you aren’t responsible for benefits — you simply provide them with assignments for them to return when completed. They require much less overhead than an employee and you’re not tied to them, but it is essential to set expectations early. Be sure to review their portfolio and ask for references before agreeing to any contract. You do need to be aware of the rules for contractors, both at the federal and state level. If you tell them what to do and where to go, there are employees — thus, contractors are best hired for project-based work. 

Lastly, you may consider launching an internship program to get some low-cost help on a temporary basis. Interns are often students seeking academic credit or people new to the industry and looking to get some experience under their belt. Either way, the compensation is minimal — a basic stipend can suffice. Since internships are typically time-restricted, they’re ideal for project-based work. Again, you’ll need to be mindful of federal and state laws surrounding internships. Be prepared to lend extra oversight when working with interns, as they are typically inexperienced and still in the process of learning the ropes. For interns that are extra impressive, you can always consider bringing them into the company as an employee at the end of their internship period.

Ultimately, who you need to hire will depend on what you need to be done. If you’re looking for someone to help take on new client accounts, a part-time or full-time employee is probably the best option for you. For more specialty needs, like web design or content writing, a contractor may be all you need to check off those boxes. Meanwhile, interns do well in roles that involve administrative tasks, office management, social media, and light client work.

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Navigating the Hiring Process

When you’ve determined the direction to take when hiring, your first step is to draw up a compelling job description that summarizes responsibilities and expectations for the new hire. It should be detailed enough that candidates enter the interview process with a strong grasp on the role they’re applying for. 

Once you’ve fleshed out a description, share it far and wide. Add it to your blog, post it to local job boards and Facebook groups, and send it to industry peers in a position to make referrals. Depending on the position available, you may consider sending it to local colleges to share with their students.

When you start hearing from candidates, review each application carefully and compare it to your job description. Reach out to the top contenders to schedule interviews; due to the pandemic, this will likely take place over a video call. Then, it’s time to prepare interview questions that will help to reveal candidates’ competencies and measure how they’ll fit into your company. Keep the questions consistent through all of the interviews so you have strong benchmarks for comparison.

Eventually, one will rise to the surface as the clear choice to hire. Send over the offer and, once accepted, notify the rest of the candidates that you’ve made your selection and thank them for their time. From there, you can get right into the onboarding process with your new hire and provide training resources to catch them up to speed. 

The hiring process isn’t fun, and it can be time-consuming; there’s no getting around that. However, the time and energy you spend seeking the right fit for you team is an investment in the future growth of your company, so be patient and keep moving forward until you find the person you can’t see your business without.

If you need a plan to create your new hire checklist and onboarding plan, please reach out and we can chat about my How I Can Help series focused on hiring onboarding!  CLICK HERE to schedule

Everything you Need to Know if you Plan on Hiring
Jen Taylor

Jen Taylor

System & Workflow Strategist


Jen Taylor

Jen Taylor Consulting, is a firm that helps small businesses experience more freedom and abundance through systems, strategy, and workflow.
I know you want to be able to enjoy all the reasons you started your business in the first place, instead of putting out fire after fire. In order to do that, you need systems and growth strategies that turn your business from a creaky rust-bucket into a well-oiled machine. The problem is there are a lot of “unsexy” tasks that need to get done. And since you’re not sure how to best automate or outsource, you’re left grinding away day after day.
The stress and frustration are almost enough to get you to throw in the towel, give up on your dream, and start working on your resumé.
I believe it doesn’t have to be so complicated. I understand how you feel and know it may not be “fun” for you to establish business procedures that fully support your success and growth. But lucky for you, that’s what I love to do!


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My Fave Chair to Yours

My Fave Chair to Yours

Fave Lifestyles

Breaking the silence?  What will your parents do? Have you ever felt like there was a conversation you really wanted to have with your parents about their plans for the future?  A recent article in my Realtor magazine calls this time for selling the family home a “family affair”  A move for aging parents can be filled with emotion from all family members.  Everyone shares a concern for the health, safety and well being of our honored family seniors, that should go without saying.  However, what I have seen recently in working with senior clients to sell homes leaves me with a variety of questions and concerns. I believe there is confusion among families & seniors and not always is the senior being given first consideration.

“Breaking the silence” is a phrase that showed up in an article about Alzheimer’s. What if your parents are not processing information rationally? Where & when should you step in? Experience being the best teacher, I want to tell you, don’t wait! Have the conversations early & honestly. In this past month I have had talks with families about their parents & I have also had conversations with the parents how they are involving their children & other family members.  Alzheimer’s along with other mental health issues is a concern in home ownership . My advise is, if you start to see things that are out of the ordinary, find the courage to ask the deeper questions. 

Here are some real life issues that have shown up in my travels as a Realtor.

A widow, who has never been the best at financial planning finds her senior years being short on funds for buying a home like she is used to living in but, becomes too embarrassed to talk it over with her only child who is doing well financially. I’m certain that an open conversation between them would open up opportunities for a solution. If you have a single parent, please check in lovingly to see how things are going & if you can help.

A father & son living across the country from each other find that although Dad was sounding in charge & everything was fine. Later discovers Dad is selling the house and has no idea how he will move his belongings or where he intends to go. The problem doesn’t come to light until the Escrow company is calling the son to say help is needed.  The son had no idea of how much trouble his father had created. . Please connect with parents across the country & know the neighbors or friends that can call you first if they see any concerns.

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Mom ends up in the hospital with serious health issues & the son starts getting involved with paying bills & getting things on the home front organized, only to find that there is very serious debts, lots of e-mails and text messages to out of country scammers. Now, the house has been refinanced to many time he is given no opinion than to sell her home in a short sale in order to clear up the situation. Ask questions before it’s too late.  The son had seen signs but, felt his Mother was not capable of such mistakes.  Was some dementia at play in this situation?  Please ask questions. Break the silence. Be courageous.

I have seen two families with parents in their late 80’s to early nineties helping parents move to senior living care homes. One family had a conference call with all family members & decided that the situation for their parents was unhealthy, not safe & very frustrating for all of them trying to care for the parents. It was decided for the parents that moving needed to happen right away & it did. Stubbornness is a pretty common problem with parents wanting to stay an unreasonable amount of time in their homes.  A tuff one, but the family communication made the move happen & the parents are now thriving.

The other family was more divided & had conflicting ideas on what should happen & the parents were challenged & stressed as they tried to make the move themselves. Sometimes, it’s best to set aside the pride & remember the needs of aging parents. 

I’m the Realtor in similar stories to these. Don’t worry no confidentiality has been broken. My guess is most of have been witness to similar situations. Please let’s do what we can to be helpful in building kind communication and community around our most vulnerable adults. 

My goal is to bring people together for the health and well-being of aging seniors and to honor all they have contributed to the world around them.

Please call on me if I can bring my knowledge, experience & compassion to assist you with a move that needs to happen today or into the future.

Feel free to share my list of tips from the Seniors Real Estate specialist network.

Teresa Barthol

Teresa Barthol

Realtor - Managing Broker



Teresa Barthol


Teresa Barthol -Managing Broker with eXp Realty Seattle.  Brings 22 plus years’ experience to consult with clients about real estate in the 3rd and 4th quarters of their lives. .  With longevity in Real Estate Teresa loves to share her optimistic problem solving skills, creative out of the box thinking along with her enthusiasm for great outcomes. “Believe,” she will say, your desires in life will be realized. Teresa focuses on Lifestyles to Live within the four walls you call home.

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Marcelle Allen from Dreamosity
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Empath Entrepreneur, Do You Hate Being in the Spotlight?

Empath Entrepreneur, Do You Hate Being in the Spotlight?

Empath Entrepreneur, Do You Hate Being in the Spotlight?

You love what you do, it’s why you went into business for yourself. Connecting with your clients or customers is easy for you but marketing, oh marketing, that’s a whole other beast! And you really have a tough time putting yourself “out there” in the spotlight.

I get it, I felt like that for a very long time in my business. I would avoid doing video on social media, had lots of anxiety before consultation calls, and did barebones networking. I didn’t like calling much attention to myself because it felt uncomfortable and strange.  And I’m an extroverted Empath and Highly Sensitive! I was just used to focusing on one-to-one services and not the business side of making things work as an entrepreneur.

A lot of people would say to me “feel the fear and do it anyway” or “you’re gonna be fine” and part of me believed it and another part didn’t. I just never felt like I was going to be fine.

If this is you as well, I’m going to walk you through why this happens for Empaths and Highly Sensitives and what we can do to overcome it so our businesses can grow.

The real reasons we hate the spotlight:

  • We’ve been criticized our whole lives for being Sensitive so taking risks in business feels like an extra scoop of anxiety to our brains and nervous systems.
  • Throughout our life we’ve developed habits to stay safe and the things we need to do to market our businesses are frequently outside our comfort zone, WAY outside.
  • Our business usually feels like our baby, like we’re wearing our heart on our sleeve. Then, when it’s criticized, we feel personally attacked as a result.

Did any of those hit home?

It’s not because you can’t handle being in business, what’s happening is your Sensitive brain and nervous system are going into fight or flight. It’s a low-level fight or flight and you’ve adapted to feeling it so you might not even notice it a lot of the time. The thing is, staying here is getting in your way of business success, and you know it. So what can you do about it?

You can’t muscle through; you’ve tried that and you can do it for a while but then you are exhausted and have to take extra time to recover. This might look like pushing through a launch of a product or service, getting that new podcast off the ground, or hosting that workshop that you’ve had on your mind for a while. You do everything to get it out the door but when it’s over, you crash big time.

You can’t pretend you aren’t anxious because then it pops up at the most inconvenient times. Like you’re in the middle of a presentation and your voice gets shaky and you can’t make it stop. That’s the stuffed anxiety rearing its head whether you like it or not. You make it through the presentation, but it didn’t go well and you’re really upset.

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​What you need to do is this

Realize that being visible in your business requires self-acceptance and self-trust. There’s no quick fix here and no bulleted list I can give to create these things overnight. Accepting yourself as an Empath and/or Highly Sensitive Person is a process as is learning to trust yourself.

Here are some ways you can get started that will benefit your business right away:

  • Realize that you and your work are separate. Sure, you’ve put a lot into your business, you’re probably doing something you love, but it’s not the sum totality of who you are as a person. Draw a line around your business and the work you do in it as a separate entity from you as a human being.
  • Look at what your Empathic and Highly Sensitive traits bring to your life in positive ways, not just the challenges they pose. Appreciate how your unique vantage point makes you who you are and able to do the work you do.
  • Remember that it’s possible that your opinion is the most important opinion in your business and about your business. When people say things about your work or business that feel critical or negative you have a choice about how to listen to that opinion. You can make it more important than your own opinion if you want but I suggest you at least knock other people’s opinions of your work down to at least position #3 or #4 and see how that feels for a while.

Choose just one of these at a time and put your focus on it for a while. You won’t regret taking it slow and truly implementing what I’m saying here. Plus, you really don’t want to make too many changes at once, that just might trigger more overwhelm rather than less and no one wants that!

If this resonated for you and you’d like some help implementing the ideas I listed above (+more) this is what I do with my private coaching clients every single day. We remove the roadblocks their Sensitivity has put in the path of business success. Finally, they are able to bring to life the entrepreneurial journey they had always envisioned in their minds.

Laurie Carlson

Laurie Carlson

Entrepreneur | Life Coach


Laurie Carlson

​Laurie Carlson is a life coach for Empaths and Highly Sensitive women who are tired of living in overwhelm and exhaustion - they are ready to have a vivacious life from their strengths. Laurie brings her over 30 years of experience as a Psychiatric Nurse, Social Worker, and corporate training Project Manager to her work as a coach. She has a Bachelor's degree in Counseling and Social Work, a Master's degree in Organizational Development and Leadership, and is a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach.

Laurie is an Emotional and Intuitive Empath and Highly Sensitive Person herself so she has a keen awareness of what the Sensitive life is like. She's been coaching for seven years and the sole focus of her practice is helping Empaths and HSPs find a path to fulfilled living. Laurie is also a mom to four Highly Sensitive almost grown kids which is the adventure of a lifetime. When she's not working, she likes to try any recipe that has lemon as the main ingredient, reads historical fiction and self-help books, and is learning all she can about her Danish ancestors' tradition of hygge (or 'coziness').


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How to Repurpose Your Content

How to Repurpose Your Content

My Favorite Biz Books from 2020

Creating content for your audience can feel like a never ending job. As soon as you post a blog or video you immediately have to start thinking about your next idea. What if there was a way to turn once blog posts into 5+ pieces of content? That sounds pretty amazing to me! Not only is repurposing a great idea to save time, it is also a good idea for getting more eyes on your content. Not everyone is going to read a blog post, but they might watch a video. The more ways you get your ideas out into the world, the more chances to be discovered.

Today let’s break down all of the ways you can turn one blog post into multiple content points for your audience. If the primary way you create content is a podcast or a video, all of these suggestions still apply.

Infographic – Pull key points out of the blog and create an infographic or visual. Think of it as a small taste of the larger topic.

Newsletter – Summarize your content and drive your subscribers back to your website to read the entire article.

Blog Post – If a blog is not your primary content vehicle, make sure that turning your video or podcast into a blog post. This will help with SEO and for those who prefer the written word it gives the option to read rather than listen or watch.

Free Guide – Go a little further with your blog post and offer a worksheet, extra info, or something with added value. This can be used as an opt-in offer that the reader gets when they join your mailing list.

eBook – Is there a lot more info you could give? Is it a topic that could lend itself to a deep dive? Consider an ebook. This could be another free download or could even be a paid product.

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Video– Turn that blog post into a live video! Compile the key points into an easy to view video for those who like to watch content.

Live Video-Another way to use video is to go live on your social media platforms. This can be a little scary if you are not used to video, but it is actually really fun! Use your blog as your script and hit the go live button.

Podcast-If you have a podcast turn your topic into an episode, if you are a guest on other peoples podcasts you can add this topic to your one sheet and pitch yourself based on this topic.

Webinar-Finally, if you can teach a lesson based on your topic turn it into a free or paid webinar. This is another great way to get people on your mailing list.

When repurposing don’t feel like you have to use every different option, choose the ones that make sense for your business. If you would like a more in depth help with repurposing, grab our free workbook!

Amber Peterson

Amber Peterson

Pinterest and Content Marketing Strategist


Amber Peterson

Amber works with entrepreneurs to harness the marketing power of Pinterest. From content creation to Pinterest strategy and management, Amber creates an effective Pinterest marketing funnel for maximum results.


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