Do’s and don’ts for using Facebook to grow your MLM / Network Marketing Business.
Writing songs isn’t hard, but if you’re trying to write a song for the first time, you may be struggling with songwriting ideas. If that’s the case, then take these two songwriting tips to heart: listen and collaborate. Talk to other songwriters. Learn from them. Work together. Write a song together. You may be amazed at what you come up with. You may even breed a whole new style of music.
There are hundreds of ways to say sorry. One night, during our first year of marriage, my husband and I got into a huge fight that ended with a word you should never say to your spouse. (I won’t repeat it here.) Though I did say “I’m sorry” in the conventional way, I had to do something more, so I wrote him a song. It’s called “The Fight,” named after the incident that inspired it. Listen to it here.
My answer to the most popular question that newly married couples get asked.
Noticed a drop in Facebook friends recently? Was it something you said? Perhaps. Read this post for tips on how to use Facebook and not lose your friends (or your job).
Want to write a song but don’t know where to start? Here’s the first tip in my Songwriting Tips series: “Listen.”
A recipe for Pumpkin Soup served in homemade pumpkin bowls. Great as an appetizer for Thanksgiving! Also some tips on how to give thanks, when you’re just not feeling very grateful.
Nick Zannis hired me to write a custom wedding song for his beautiful bride. Here’s the story behind “A Girl Named Laura”.
“Little u” was written for Van Tillman Utsey and given to him as a gift on his first birthday. A couple of years later, I made a full band version. Check it out!
Flawless was written for Cole Phillips Goodman — my nephew by marriage. It was set to a photo/video slideshow and given as a gift for his first birthday. Read the story behind the song and see the video here.