The Successful Side Gig with Adam Hymans
About This Show
Are you working a regular ol' 9 to 5, trying to raise a family and also attempting chase your dreams by starting and running a successful side gig? Well, you have come to the right place to hear all about how to grow as an entrepreneur by learning tips, tricks and hearing practical advice from others who have already been there and done that!
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Blog Secrets and Instagram Tips w/ Stephanie from www.HeyHonestlyMommy.com
In this episode of The Successful Side Gig with Adam Hymans you will hear an interview with Stephanie from HeyHonestlyMommy.com a candid and hilarious mommy blog and Instagram page. Stephanie shares all about the early days as a stay at home mom who wanted to challenge herself to find a way to make money online, satisfy a mild shopping addiction and also share the hilarious moments that come along with motherhood. A blog wouldn't be a blog without a beautiful finely curated Instagram page which she talks all about as well. When she set out on this journey it was to collaborate and make money. It still is but Stephanie really likes helping people get through things she has already been through and networking with other moms. Key Lessons and take aways from this weeks episode: Stephanie always loved writing and her family always told her she was funny even though she wasn't necessarily sure if that was true (it is!) If you're in the mood to write, find a way to make it happen. You can use talk to text on your iPhone to either dictate or make small notes and reminders about what you want to write. In the beginning it was fun just to see if she could do it! Make money online and build a following The first thing that Stephanie did was reach out to a clothing company online through Instagram and have them send her free product in exchange for photos posted on Instagram @honestlymommy on Instagram is where you can see all of her photos posted as well as witness her more candid and hilarious Instagram stories! Stephanie runs her entire Instagram through photos taken on an iPhone 7 Plus and using Adobe Lightroom Because of Geo tags on Instagram she has actually met up with several people and increased her network of Insta mommies! It's important to know your brand and if it takes doing an online course to find it it's worth it. Stephanie went through a course by World Nate Quotes: "Sometimes it's hard to stay at home feeling like you're not contributing." "I am sick of people being fake and pretending like we're not all here for the same reason to make our lives better!" On others instagram posts, "I don't want to see your laundry I can see my own laundry" "Number one rule, family always comes fir