Last month, I posted about how to make Instagram pictures that get results. I’d changed a few things with my account, actually started practising some of the great advice I’d been told. I focused on my content, researched my hashtags and after about three years of being static, my account suddenly started to grow. My
Creating cinemagraphs for Instagram is super easy. I use a few apps, but in this post, I’m focusing on the app Webler (affiliate link) because it’s so simple to use and has the best effects. But before we get into how to make the cinemagraphs, let’s firstly look at if they’re worth it. I love
Remember my last post, where I told you about the book I’m writing and how I was behaving like my main character who is an influencer and it was getting me all kinds of amazing results on Instagram? Well since I wrote that, I kind of stopped behaving like my main character. The day job
Instagram stories They’re the best way to grow your account, they beat the dreaded algorithm, they’re fun to watch and yet, I don’t really do them as much as I should. Which is bonkers, because I know that by doing a Instagram story I’ve increased my chances of being seen by accounts who may
‘What do you do?’ I hate that question. Really hate it. It’s up there with, ‘tell me about yourself?‘ and ‘how do you spend your days?’ I despise those types of questions. Mainly because what the person is really asking is, ‘who are you?‘ and unless you’re prepared, you can’t answer it easily or quickly.