Can’t wait to get home! I’ve lived in both Manhattan and Queens, but in my heart – there’s no place like Brooklyn. 💖
I love that it’s quiet enough to get some sleep and ‘city enough’ that you can walk to nearby restaurants and shops. Have you visited?
Speaking of Brooklyn – @amythomas.nyc
I can’t wait to read your book “Brooklyn In Love”. Going to see if @booksaremagicbk
has a copy! 🤞🏽
On a social media related note – Do you struggle with posting every day? Why or why not?
Sometimes I panic about having enough content. But I’ve realized that if I really think about it, there are SO MANY options.
Here are a few tips to try out when looking for something to post:
1. Ask yourself these questions – ‘What’s on my mind?’ ‘What can I share with my community that can give them more insight into what I care about?’
2. Look through your camera roll and find an image that speaks to your message. There are no excuses. In this day and age, we are constantly snapping photos regularly. You might not having something today, but I bet you have an image that you snapped from a vacation or special occasion that can help you tell your story.
3. Bring your images to life through editing. And no, they don’t have to be fake looking. A little brightness, contrast, and natural filter can take your images a long way and make them stand out from the rest.
My favorite app is @acolorstory.
Check it out if you’re looking for filters that can really bring out the colors in your images.
That’s it for now! I’ll be sharing more social media tips with you in the future. In the meantime, I’d love to hear what you struggle with most when it comes to social media. Instagram Stories? Figuring out what to write? Sharing content on multiple platforms? Formatting images and video so they fit properly? I’m all ears and want to know so I can figure out ways to help.
Let’s get social and