Ask me about WordPress plugins, and I might geek out a little. 🤓 They can be great when you don’t know how to do something or need some extra cool features, but too many plugins can slow your site down and open you up to security risks. Here’s my philosophy on plugins: I am in… Read more »
Tips and tricks on ways WordPress site creators can customize the admin to create a better experience for their clients and create peace-of-mind for themselves. Based on my 2018 WordCamp Sacramento session.
Hi friends! Today I am excited to reveal the launch of my updated design at TheLovelyGeek.com! I’ve been working busily behind the scenes for quite some time on the new design (hence the lack of blogging), so it’s a great feeling to finally launch it! Let’s take a tour!
Life On Sunday I saw Beauty & the Beast again, this time with Dani and Mom. We saw an afternoon show in IMAX 3D. It was just as wonderful the second time as it was the first time, and both my mom and sister loved it. During the week we got word that my grandpa’s… Read more »
These last couple of weeks I’ve been very busy. I met Rachel Cruze, went to my brother-in-law’s funeral, attended and spoke at WordCamp, celebrated the end of the quarter at TopGolf with my work, and started on a new mobile a
Last weekend was the 2nd annual WordCamp Sacramento. It was organized again by our local Sacramento WordPress Meetup group, and this time it was hosted at the Harper Alumni Center at CSU, Sacramento. WordCamp is a conference that focuses on everything WordPress. WordCamps are informal, community-organized events that are put together by WordPress users like… Read more »
My 10 minute lightning talk from the 2016 Sacramento WordCamp on Best Practices for Creating Content. I go over why you shouldn’t use a traditional word processor to populate your content and what you can use instead.
This week we started Dave Ramsey up again, made some yummy treats, went to two baby showers, designed some stuff for Apple TV at work, and finished up my outline for my upcoming WordCamp talk.
My new blog is live! Check out the behind the scenes on what I’ve done in comparison to my last blog.
Saturday, November 7th I had the privilege of attending the first ever WordCamp Sacramento. It was organized by our local Sacramento WordPress meet-up group and was hosted by my alumni, The Art Institute of California – Sacramento. For those of you unfamiliar with WordCamp, it’s basically a conference for people that are fans/use WordPress. There… Read more »