So you’re a writer that’s building a fictional world. Your world has different cultures, countries, and a vast historical timeline. But at best, your story’s timeline is just a simple list of events typed out in a document somewhere. Do you fully understand what’s going on in it? Building a world and history can be complicated and it’s easy to feel disoriented in your own story if it’s not organized well.

If this sounds familiar, I feel you.

I struggled with this while I was building the world for my story, O Burning Star. Its world has a long history…


5 lessons for marketing your Print on Demand Clothing Brand on Instagram
5 lessons for marketing your Print on Demand Clothing Brand on Instagram

Print on Demand is a growing side income source for many online entrepreneurs. With the emergence of Print on Demand (POD) vendors like Teespring, Redbubble, and Merch by Amazon, it’s easier than ever to create an online clothing brand without investing upfront capital.

For those new to Print on Demand:

Print on Demand is an online business model where you create designs to be printed on products and a POD vendor prints and ships the printed product whenever it is ordered from your store.

Many people use Print on Demand as just a side hustle. After you have your store…


Using Notion for starting out a new Instagram account meant for growth with a strategy built around performance metrics.
Using Notion for starting out a new Instagram account meant for growth with a strategy built around performance metrics.

It’s hard to start a brand based on Instagram. What should I post? What hashtags do I use? What’s my niche? And you can’t afford fancy software to keep track of all this and give you suggestions on what to do. How do you know what you’re doing is working when you’re starting?

I run an online clothing brand, Clean Cadence, and I use Instagram as my main source of building its audience.

How do I keep my brand’s Instagram account organized? I use Notion.

Kevin Barrett

Designer | Marketer | Organizer

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