Best Attractions in New York City

New York City is one the the most exciting cities on the planet. It’s made up of 5 boroughs full of amazing things to do, see, smell, hear and taste. Growing up there allowed me to have so many experience I know I would have missed out on growing up any place else. Now that I no longer live in the city, I love growing back as a tourist. One day one I visit friends, family and my old stomping grounds, but for the rest of my time there I do touristy stuff. Since I grew up there and now go back as a tourist I want to tell you the top three places I recommend you go if it’s your first time in New York.  World [Click here to continue reading]

How Automating Your Inbox with Canned Responses Helps Your Business

I’ve been building my brand in the digital space since 2008. and my specialty is teaching digital influencers practical ways to manage their online businesses. As a digital influencer email will be your my primary mode of communicating with your customers and clients. On any given day my inbox has over 2,000 emails that are unread, pending action or archived. With so many emails it can be overwhelming, but not if  you have a system in place. Today I’m going to share one of the systems I use to communicate and  effectively, keep my inbox organized and save time. In my Passion to Profit Clique Facebook group, we talk a lot about creating systems that will help your business flow smoothly and create less work for you. [Click here to continue reading]

How I Plan Vacations with Others Using Shared Calendars + Printable Summer Vacation Planner

Disclosure: These amazing vacation planning tips, and the shopping trip has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser, Walmart Family Mobile. All opinions are mine alone. #SummerIsForSavings #CollectiveBias #WFM1 Vacation planning between my husband and I used to be a train wreck before we figured out one anothers planning, organization, budgeting and spending styles. We went through a phase where we planned together, but argued through the planning process. Then we decided to take turns planning. That’s when we learned the most about how the other planned vacations. Once we got a feel for each others style we figured out how to use the best of both to plan some amazing vacations.  From the day we met, we’ve shared a love of traveling [Click here to continue reading]

5 Clean Kitchen Hacks for the Not So Perfect Homemaker

Disclosure: This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #HomeIsWhereMrsMeyersIs #CollectiveBias I know I’m not the only person who loves a clean kitchen, but hates doing the actual cleaning up after others. When you have a home full of people, the kitchen is bound to get dirty again and again. This concept is something I struggled with when I became a homemaker. I would get frustrated when the kitchen would end up dirty in what seemed like minutes after I cleaned it. I’d have everything shiny, fingerprint and grime free only to go away, come back and the sink be full of dishes yet again. So what’s a homemaker to do? First we need to throw [Click here to continue reading]

Make Laundry Easy with a Front Load Washer

The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free. I was considering hiring someone to come in an help with homemaking tasks, but instead invested in high-end appliances. Higher end appliances often give you more for your buck because they do more and lessen your workload. I tried endlessly early in my marriage to get my husband to hire a helper. Especially once I started working from home. Having four kids and running a business can sometimes force chores to take a backseat. Laundry was one of those areas that begin to suffer a bit. I’d ask my husband to consider letting someone come in and at the very [Click here to continue reading]

Triple Layer Fudge Ice Cream Cake

This creation of this yummy Triple Layer Fudge Ice Cream Cake recipe and shopping trip has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #TreatYourselfToSummer #CollectiveBias Today was my children’s last day of school and I wanted to kick it off with a bang. I didn’t want to give them time to start bickering so I planned games and made a sweet summer dessert to surprise them. When they came in the door they were excited that school was over. I told them to grab a quick lunch and meet me at the patio table. I had scrabble set up and this yummy Triple Layer Fudge Ice Cream Cake, ready to go. The cake only requires five ingredients and [Click here to continue reading]