One of the best things you can do for social media growth is to post consistently!
It’s like dating: you wouldn’t want someone to text you twice in one day and then not hear from them in a week 🤣👩🏼💻
I offer this advice up to my clients often, but in practice I’m not very good at it either... heck, I haven’t even posted in a week even though I have a whole hard drive of photos to share #yikes
I know I fail at being consistent when I worry that my images “aren’t good enough” so I’m going to stop striving for perfection. After all, done ✅ is better than perfect in my book ✨
I’m curious, what keeps you guys from not positing consistently?!
Brrr! ❄️ Trying to stay as warm as I can during these low temps in Colorado. I'm clearly v happy with my new @somawater brew bottle, letting me take my favorite hot brewed loose-leaf tea out and about. ☕️ Oh, and it's made of double-wall glass, keeping it niiice and hot! I don't think I'll be caught outside without carrying this necessity around, whether it be to run errands or outdoors on an adventure. 😍 https://bit.ly/2T7Tv1Q #ad ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
For the last 80 years, Winter Park has been providing plenty of opportunity for people to enjoy winter activities. But what snowboarders and skiers might not know is that water from the many creeks surrounding this ski resort is diverted from the Western Slope to the Eastern Slope to supply the Colorado River. Water always has a job to do, even if we are on vacation.
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In the early 1900s, John Cleveland Osgood was known as the King of Coal in the West. As a social and industrial experiment, Osgood decided he wanted to build a town in the Colorado mountains that would provide better living conditions for the miners working nearby. Instead of the tents and tiny cabins common in mining towns, Osgood built Swiss-style cottages – with electricity and running water - along the river. Notably missing were saloons and brothels, common in nearly all mining towns of the time. Instead, alcohol was served only in the clubhouse and the streets of Redstone were quiet and clean. In fact, coal workers had to take a bath or shower before they could enter the town. It cost about $3 million to complete the planned community, which was finished in 1902.
(Photo: Denver Public Library)
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I used to just head out into the mountains to take pictures. It made me happy to get to spend time capturing nature. I avoid going out alone with my babe if I don’t have to, but I think this mama need some time with her camera📸