What I use to run The Hygge Planner as an Online Business
Turning an idea into a real-life home based business has never been easier. All you need is a couple of essential tools and a good amount of creativity.
I share my go-to resources with you (and yes, some of these links may be affiliates links) << It means you get a deal and I get a little reward for the referral.
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17 Hats for almost everything behind the scenes
Managing clients portal, invoices, workflows, projects, calendars and so much more with just ONE software… Oh yes, that’s what I need to keep my sanity and create more.
Clean, lean, super cute and absolutely a no brainer, Flodesk is my new “I’m in love” tool when it comes to sending emails (meaning keeping legally in touch with all the amazing Humans in my community).
Namecheap for URL
Whether you’re looking to build your legacy or launch your cooking blog online, Namecheap is an affordable (yet, very professional platform to look at). Their technical support is outstanding and very dedicated.
Airtable for planning & tracking
You don’t have Numbers or Excel is driving you nuts? I get it…So, be ready to fall in love with Airtable. With 60+ premade templates for everything from planning a birthday to launching an event or writing a book, you’ve got all you need at your fingers. Customise what you want and voila.
Notion for keeping my whole ideas organised
If you need a simple yet powerful way to organize your events, your next birthday party, or just to write down your journal/ memory book… then Notion is your go to resource.
With a super detailed help desk and tonnes of templates at your fingertips, there’s no more excuse to start being organized right here right now.
Works on Android, Ipod, Ipad, Mac, and PC.
Elegant Themes for WordPress Theme
If you’re wondering how I’ve built that website (and almost 25 others by the way for my clients and myself), here is your answer. i’m a huge advocate of Divi from Elegant Themes. It’s like having a website made by a webdesigner without the webdesigner. It’s easy to customise and you’re totally free to create a site that fits your needs.
Payhip as payment gate
I’m fond of Payhip. It’s straight forward, it’s quick to set up, it’s user friendly and it incorporates everything you need as a business owner (and yes, it means subscription payment plans as well).
Canva to create designs
Keep it so simple could be Canva’s motto. It’s FREE to use, it’s easy to create book cover, blog post, email header, etsy banner, youtube banner and so so much more.
Plannthat for streamlining my Instagram
I tested them all…. from Planoly to Later, Hootsuite or Sproutsocial. But, let’s face it. If you want a simple, effective, easy to use interface to schedule your Instagram + save your hashtags + understand your analytics so you can create better content then Plannthat is your winner.
Ko-Fi To create a united community
Building a community, a safe place where people can hang out without feeling judged is a MUST for me. Ko-Fi helps me to stay creative while sharing my passions with you + I can set “goals” to motivate me.