Wait, Free? Yes, that’s right. In a time where everyone is trying to get rich selling ANYTHING online using cheesy click bait and useless spam, here is something that is actually free.

No strings attached. Not ‘free with purchase’.

Just simply free.


Here’s the scoop…

A girl’s gotta have friends… here are some amazing systems I LOVE working with. These are the systems I recommend to both my best clients and my best friends. These resources can help you get a little edge on your competition (and some are FREE) but if you need help making all the pieces work together, I’m here.


Canva’s Online Logo Maker can help you build your brand identity the quick and easy way, thanks to its intuitive, easy-to-use drag-and-drop design platform that’s online and free to use. 
Canva has grown to more than 10 million users worldwide across 179 countries – and it’s growing fast. 


Hosting, domains, and great customer support.

WP Engine

WordPress Hosting. Security, backups, and amazing support- what more can you need in a website host?


Domain name registration & web hosting. Affordable and reliable domain name registration. For those a little more tech-savvy, I recommend DreamHost for website hosting.

Creative Market

Creative Market is a platform for handcrafted, ready-to-use design content from thousands of independent creatives around the world starting as low as $2. Free downloads available weekly if you sign up for their email list.


Simple, no-fuss email marketing. Collect email addresses from your website, manage large lists, create beautiful mobile-friendly email templates all for a starting price of $0.

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