You Snooze You… Win?

We’ve all been told over and over again how important sleep is in order to get our brains working optimally. Sure… sleep is important, and yeah, staying up late reading horoscopes via my iPad will keep me up even later because of the blue screen…

…But I mean, really? What entrepreneur is like, “Hey, I gotta go to bed early…?”

You Snooze You... Win?

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November 2015 Mystery Location + Blog Tip: How to Keep Track of All the GOOD Blog Topic Ideas!

Ever sit down to write your blog and think… “OMG. I have no idea what to write!”

The crazy thing is, our brains are usually buzzing with ideas through the day. In today’s video, learn a great way to keep track of the ideas that pop up through the day so you can rock your blog!

Oh – and try to guess this month’s Mystery Location for a chance to win a $25 Target Gift Card.

Guest Post: 5 Bad Writing Habits to Drop Right Now by Ann Bennett

image1My friend Ann Bennett is a marketing expert – and my friend! When she published this blog article last week, I knew it was 100% applicable to the Blog Babe audience.

Enjoy this post, and be sure to check out Ann’s extraordinary marketing and branding work at

Reposted with permission.

I’ve been writing blogs now for 5 years. Hard to believe that I could have that much to say, right? When I was in High School I always wanted to be a writer, the kind that locked themselves away in a remote cabin in the mountains and wrote a profound novel ala Siddhartha or Atlas Shrugged. But alas, I was crippled by self-doubt fueled by I can’t spell; I lacked the discipline of sentence structure not to mention getting a C- in English (ugh). When I read things about what you should NOT do in terms of writing habits it kinda gets my REBEL going…So I will do my best to sort this out for you.

Bad Habits:

1. More Than One Exclamation Point!!!!!!!!!!!

Every exclamation point beyond the first one ruins your credibility by 50% (I made that up) and you sound like a Valley Girl— Gawd! If you feel you need one, just use one. Remember here, less is more. Continue reading