Courses

Embodied Poetry: Five Week Series

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Challenge what you know about reading and writing poetry. Let’s go on a journey together to discover how our senses and lived experiences can deepen our poetic adventures.

Free Courses:

Do you want to use Canva templates but don’t want to look like everyone else on social media?

No worries! I’ll show you a few simple changes can make a template look more personalized to you and your brand! We will look at a couple of templates I’ve used recently and how I changed them to match my brand. I give a few extra juicy tricks to design your graphics while I walk you through the process of editing a template right in Canva!


Canva is designed to make it easy for non-graphic designers to create beautiful graphics. And it is easy to get started! But you’ll want to know these things to help your text stand out!

In this mini-course, we’ll:

  • Resize text boxes
  • Align them on the graphic
  • Learn how to use two different font types in a sentence
  • Position the text boxes for access
  • Learn about line and letter spacing

Whew! That’s a lot! But don’t worry! I’ll be with you every step of the way, plus I give you some downloads to help you once you leave the classroom. 


Do you want to make your own graphics in Canva without a template? You’re in the right place!

In this mini-course, we’ll create a couple of graphics beginning from a blank canvas by:

  • Selecting a background
  • Adding some text
  • And learning a few tricks to make the text show up

Ready to get started?


How important are brand colors anyway?

In this mini-course we talk all about brand colors. In less than 15 minutes, you will walk away with the knowledge you need in order to decide how you will choose the colors that best represent your business and your personality.

Plus, you’ll receive handy downloads and resources.


Selecting the right fonts can be the difference between your information getting read or not.

Join me as we discuss the different types of fonts and when to use them, plus some other tips and thoughts on how to make the most of what you write.


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