Welcome to my resources page! I decided to go ahead and make this page to put together great resources for your convenience. Everything listed on this page is something that I have either personally used myself or have thoroughly researched.
I really hope that you find this page helpful! If you have any questions, feel free to email me. 🙂
Disclosure: This page does contain affiliate links. This means that if you click a link, I may earn a commission at no extra cost to you! I only recommend products that I have personally used and/or thoroughly researched. 🙂
GoDaddy: If you are looking for a crazy affordable but wonderful web hosting service, consider choosing GoDaddy! I personally use them for this exact website and have had a great experience with them. Hosting starts at only $1.00 and you are able to use WordPress (also what I use).
For more information about starting a blog/website and GoDaddy hosting, check out my How To Start An Affordable Money Making Blog/Website In 2018 post!
Tailwind: This tool is essential for bloggers in my opinion. Since I started using Tailwind, my Pinterest and blog traffic has significantly increased. Now that I’ve started using it, I really can’t imagine my blogging journey without it. If you want to try it out first, a free trial of scheduled/published 100 Pinterest pins and/or 30 Instagram posts is available! Paid plans start at just $15/month.
Grammarly: This is an awesome tool for making sure your writing is always perfect. I use this on my Chrome browser and it shows corrections for my writing as I type! Nobody is perfect and this tool makes sure that any mistakes are caught before you send that important email or post on your blog. Use as a free member or upgrade to a plan (multiple options available!).
TinyInvoice: This is for the payments side of things. I make my invoices using this awesome and easy to use app! It’s free and available on both the Apple store and Google Play store.
PicMonkey: This is an awesome tool for photo editing! It is so easy to use and even when first starting I was able to create amazing, professional looking, high quality edited photos for use on my blog. I use this as my first step to edit single photos before making the complete blog graphics. If you do want help, there are tons of resources on the site to help you out. You can use it for free, or upgrade to one of the affordable paid plans for even more options!
Canva: This is what I use to complete my blog graphics (mainly my blog post headings and Pinterest images). This is an amazing tool that will completely step up your game with visually appealing graphics! You can use it completely free or upgrade to a paid plan. There are certain stock images that are only available to paid plan customers or that you can buy in a single purchase. However, there are plenty of options for free users including the options to input your own photos as well.