With the past two years forcing all of us to contemplate what is important to us, I started thinking about ways to get outdoors more often. I didn’t grow up playing sports and working out at the gym is not very inspiring to me so I did some research and ended up buying this: MarinerContinue reading “Outdoor Green Tech”
Today I stumbled across and old device that made me instantly long for technology of the past. Just look at this beaut: Classic Blackberry Curve with the physical keyboard, removal battery and notification light. I’m just missing the belt holster to fully complete this picture. I loved Blackberry! It’s not a well known fact butContinue reading “Nostalgic for Old Tech”
Vacationing in Palm Springs, California lead to inspiring my business logo and a love for midcentury modern design.
Sharing the top 5 software & app programs that I love and use for my small business.
Floating, baking, cooking, streaming and reading over Christmas. What did you enjoy doing for the holidays?
Why? I love Christmas and my husband has been a radio personality for his entire career and it is his passion. Kevin and I have been together for over 12 years and last year was the first time I finally went on-air with him. What a thrill! There is something to be said for theContinue reading “On-Air Talent”
Have you ever tried going LIVE on Facebook? Going LIVE is probably one of the most cost effective ways to reach an audience on video. Listed below are some pros and cons to consider before hitting that record button. Pros: Free with limited equipment needed Potential to attract a larger audience (approx. 28,780,000 Facebook usersContinue reading “Facebook LIVE for Your Business”
The iGuide camera creates 3D virtual tours of properties and floor plans that are hosted online for you or clients to view. As many people know, these 3D tours are being used by real estate brokerages everywhere including the three brokerages in Yellowknife. What makes this special is that I am the only independent ownerContinue reading “3D Tours Now Available!”
I have a great story from the fall of 2020. I had been contracted by a local architect, Vince Barter to photograph a home he designed. It was my first time photographing a home in this way and I was nervous. Vince and I had only met through email and I had a basic ideaContinue reading “Collaboration+”
Having a tidy and clean home for a photo shoot is extremely important. There is a lot to be done and below are tips that I have put together to help you out. Keep in mind that people want to visualize themselves in your space so less is always more! You can also download theContinue reading “Preparing a home for photos”