Tag: Systems

The Easy, Stress-Free Way to File Taxes as an Expat

The Easy, Stress-Free Way to File Taxes as an Expat

  Today we’re talking about every entrepreneur’s favorite topic: Taxes (I joke, I joke!).   But seriously, we all have to file taxes each year, and if you’re someone who travels and works as a digital nomad or if you’ve relocated outside of the US, filing your taxes can be a total nightmare.   Today I want to highlight Taxes For Expats (TFX), a company founded and run by an awesome lady named Ines Zemelman. TFX provides a niche service to American taxpayers worldwide (expats, digital nomads, etc.)   The key issue for all US citizens & Green Card holders residing anywhere in the world is that even if you don’t live in the US or earn money in the […]


How to Create a Quarterly Plan for Your Blog to Boost Productivity & Focus (+ a free template!)

How to Create a Quarterly Plan for Your Blog to Boost Productivity & Focus (+ a free template!)

  I’ll be the first to admit that I’ve become a *bit* obsessed with planning lately.   At the time I’m writing this, the new year — 2018 — is just around the corner, so I’m guessing I’m not the only one. There’s just something about a fresh new year that brings out the Blair Waldorf in all of us (and I mean the Type-A organizational skills, not the bitchiness).   One of my favorite ways to stay on track to complete all of my blog and business goals is to create a Quarterly Plan. I haven’t heard too many bloggers talk about this before, but it’s been an incredibly valuable strategy for me so I wanted to share my […]


How & Why to Set Up Batch Days For Your Blog

How & Why to Set Up Batch Days For Your Blog

  One of my blogging friends sent me this message the other day:   “My biggest issue is being able to work out a solid plan to tackle #allofthethings and actually do them. I feel like I have so many things I need to get done, and I’m running around a little aimlessly and only getting everything half done.”   And I totally, completely get where she’s coming from. I remember feeling like this not too long ago — drowning in my never-ending to-do list, lying awake at night thinking of all the things I didn’t get done that day, and hoping I could somehow tack an extra 3 days onto my work week.   If your blog is a […]