Alright, let's face it: email marketing is not the sexiest topic to talk about. Every day we get bombarded with tons of emails urging us to "BUY NOW" and "DON'T MISS THIS!" and it goes through one ear and out the other.So if we're so trained to hate emails, why should your business send any out? Well, my dear, I'm about to flip your mindset upside down.
I've been pizza deprived since I went gluten and dairy free 4 years ago (almost to the day!) I've had my share of gluten free crusts, dairy free cheeses claiming to "spread like real cheese!" (lies) and then cheese-less pizzas that are just, well, sad. When I discovered that goat cheese didn't upset my tummy, life changed for the better. No, seriously. Living a no cheese life is sad, especially when you live in the dairy state. Thanks to OXO, I got messy in the kitchen a few days ago and created one of the best things I've made in years.
When it comes to design, people get a little weary. But, just because you didn't go to art school or study design in college doesn't mean you can't kick butt with basic design princples. Below are three categories of design: typography, color and layout. Follow these guidelines and you'll quickly realize that design ain't got nothin' on you, boo.
If you’ve followed my blog for some time now you know two things: 1) I love to cook and bake and 2) I eat gluten and dairy free. When I started to develop even more dietary issues and sensitivities, I knew I needed to make a drastic change. I began eating Paleo (also known as the “Caveman Diet”) and my tummy finally began to thank me.
If you’ve been following my blog + recipes, you know that I have a VERY strong love for Bob’s Red Mill. When I had to go gluten and dairy free 3 years ago due to sensitivities, they were my saving grace from going absolutely insane. Need a gluten free cookie mix? Bob’s got you. Need certified gluten free oats? Bob’s got you. You get the point.