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Is the content creation process overwhelming to you? Do you get through creating one piece of content and feel drained? Content strategist and Disney lover, Amanda Warfield joins us in this episode to share the proper way to create your content through batching! Listen in as we explore the how to find inspiration, create content your audience will resonate with, and set up your own plan for batching—plus we’re even diving into our love for Disney!
The Business-First Creatives Podcast is brought to you by CRM and Dubsado expert Colie James. Join Colie each week as she discuss how to build a business that brings you joy and a paycheck! From business advice with fellow entrepreneurs to sharing automation tips and tricks, Colie and her guests are sharing industry trends and resources, along with a little bit of sarcasm.
Amanda is a simplicity-focused content marketing and launch strategist, soon to be author, and host of Chasing Simple – a podcast to help creative entrepreneurs uncomplicate their life and biz.
She traded in her classroom lesson plans for educating creative entrepreneurs on sustainably fitting content marketing into their business without it taking over their business – so that they have time to move the needle in their business, take time off, and live the life they dreamed about when they first started their own business.
Now a two-time business owner, she spends her time helping 1:1 clients create content marketing plans and teaching her students to batch their content so that they have time to move the needle in their business and find work/life balance.
If her nose isn’t in a book, you can find Amanda annoying her husband by slipping Disney into every conversation, or forcing her cats to snuggle.
Here are the highlights…
[1:10] What is Batching?
[4:07] How Our Brains Work
[6:43] Tracking Your Ideas
[12:53] Where and How to Create Good Content
[16:02] Steps to Planning Your Content
[17:05] Including Calls to Action + Cohesive CTAs
[20:02] Content Creation & Disney Planning
[22:15] Working With Amanda
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Colie: Hello, hello, and welcome back to the Business First Creatives podcast. Today I have Amanda Warfield, a fellow Disneyland lover. Well, actually not Disneyland. She loves world, but I still talk to her anyways,
Amanda: I love all of it. I love all of it. There’s no, I don’t think one’s better than the other.
Colie: Oh, but I do Disneyland is definitely better. Let’s just start the conversation out like that. Amanda, welcome to my podcast. How are you? This.
Amanda: I am so great. Thank you for having me on today. I’m really excited about this.
Colie: I mean, I feel like you solve a problem that I have struggled with forever, so we’re just gonna, you know, dive right in. Let’s talk about content planning. Everyone knows. That I have a love-hate relationship with planning my content. I have tried to be better. I have had people that helped me organize it and I finally hired a VA who is actually now basically running my Instagram account, which is amazing, , but then I still have to make the content.
So Amanda, what you talk about most is batching content. So why don’t you tell the listening audience what that is and why you think everyone should content plan and perhaps consider batch.
Amanda: Yeah. So batching is simply setting aside time on your calendar each and every month to sit down and create the entire month of content for the next month. And so, . A lot of times when we think of batching, we think, oh, I’m gonna sit down and I’m gonna write. Let’s take blog posts. For instance, I’m gonna write the first blog post of the month and I’m gonna write it and I’m gonna edit it, and then I’m gonna get it all scheduled, and then I’m gonna do the second one and the third one and the fourth one.
Well, what ends up happening is that you write that first blog post and you get to having it scheduled and you’re like, I just spent three hours on this thing and I’m mentally exhausted, and there’s three more. I’m done. And it’s exhausting and it doesn’t work well. And so no one ever ends up batching their content, but we actually wanna think of batching as if we’re making a batch of cookies, right?
So when you’re making a batch of cookies, you’re not mixing all the ingredients for one cookie and then forming the one cookie in cookie and the one cookie, right? You’re not, that’s, that’s a huge waste of time. That’s 15 minutes in the oven, poor cookie versus 15 minutes in the oven for 12 cookies.
You’re taking it step by step. And so you wanna do the same thing with your content. You wanna plan the entire month of content. Then you want to outline each of those blog posts. Then you want to rough draft, and I mean rough draft. Don’t edit yourself at all. Rough draft each of those blog posts, and then you go and edit and then schedule each of them, and so you’re doing.
All of the outlining 1, 2, 3, 4, all of the writing, 1, 2, 3, 4, all of the editing, so on and so forth, and you’re not doing ’em all in the same day either, which I think a lot of people think, oh, I’m gonna batch for a blog post in one day and have ’em totally written and scheduled. Absolutely not. Your brain is going to hate you, , and you’re gonna hate yourself.
Colie: Yeah. So, and I think that’s where people, you know, get tripped up. And in a previous episode of the podcast I had Ashley Kang on and she was talking about the value of having weekly c e o days. And I think that, you know, doing your content planning is an important part of your business. And if you do what you said, plan one week, outline one week, rough draft, one week, actually edit and publish on the fourth week. That is something that instead of it taking you three hours or four hours to write a single blog post, if you use those chunks of time every week, by the end of the month, you have all of next month’s content done, which I think is where I was. You know, in the weeds on what batching was because I incorrectly thought that you had to like sit down and that that meant that, okay, so for Instagram, I’m gonna plan out three posts per week. I’m gonna make the graphics, I’m gonna write the captions, I’m gonna choose the hashtags, I’m gonna choose the visuals, and I’m gonna put it all together inside of Metrical, which is where I’m currently planning all of my social media content.
but like doing all of that in a single day, guys is not realistic. Doing all of that in a single day, even for one week, is just really not realistic.
Amanda: Well, and if you think about the way our brains work, right? I’m getting deep into the psychology of the brain here, but. Each of those pieces, each of those steps of creating content takes a vastly different part of your brain. So the strategic, the planning, that takes one side of your brain, right? The actual creation process takes another part of the brain.
The just administrative work takes another part of the brain. Always take different parts of the brain, and if you’re like going max all in on every single part of your brain in one day. , your brain is, it’s not going to continue to function. You’re gonna get to the creative part and be like, I’m zapped. I used all of my mental energy in the planning portion, in the strategic portion.
I don’t have the capability to continue on like this. And then you just don’t create content and all of a sudden you’re stuck on that hamster wheel where, oh, I need to put something out today. I’ve got a million other things to handle. How am I supposed to do?
Colie: So let me ask you, where does repurposing come in in terms of setting yourself up for success in content? In content planning related to batching, like is there a place for you to do the repurposing? Where should that happen in like your schedule of events, if you are doing what you’re supposed to do and actually scheduling time on your calendar each and every week to do a portion of the batching
Amanda: This is such a good question because this is one of those things that everyone says, yes, I should repurpose, and then they sit down to play in and they don’t ever, they repurpose nothing and they just create all new content and I am just as guilty as anyone else of this, but the time. Plan to repurpose is during the planning phase.
So much so that in the content planner that I created, there is a whole section in the planning phase for each month where I’m like, what can you repurpose this month? Tell me the specific dates and what it is, and so it forces you to go back and look at content you created this time last year or a few months ago and say, , this is a similar theme that’s happening.
You know, it’s January new, you New Year, whatever, like this is gonna have a similar theme that we’re gonna talk about. That seems to not be the case at all this year. Um, I think we’re all, as we’re recording this, since January, I don’t know when it’s gonna air, but we’re all like, man, this year’s rough already.
We’re a month in and things are not moving like we want it to, but. . You look back, there’s sometimes no way to predict those things. So you look back when you’re planning January and you say, okay, this is probably gonna be a similar theme. What content did I create last year? How can I tweak it and repurpose it?
How can I take that long form content and break it into newer pieces of short form content so that I’m not creating my Instagram captions from scratch? So that all happens really during the planning phase.
Colie: Can we talk about organization ? So you just mentioned your content planner, which we are totally gonna talk about, but outside of the planner, like I just realized the other part of the conversation that I don’t hear being discussed nearly enough. When it comes to content planning is that repurposing phase and how organization sets you up for success in order to do that in a timely manner and it not take twice as much effort to do that.
So recently I was going through, like you said, all my posts from last year. and I actually had someone that was creating the content for me last year. And the one thing that I did that they didn’t tell me to do, but I did by myself, I organized everything in airtable, and then I went to every single post and I tagged it with like an idea.
Now if you know of content pillars, guys, I mean maybe you tag it with your content pillars, but maybe it’s just much simpler than that. Like, I’m gonna tag this with Dubsado. I’m gonna tag this with email communication, something really basic for myself so that if I know in February I’m gonna be talking all about consistent email communication.
If I go to where all of my content is organized and I’m filtering it by email communication, I can look at all the things that I posted previously and decide what could be repurposed quickly. Do you have an organization. like system that you use for yourself?
Amanda: you know, that’s on my list of things to create. This year actually is some kind of spreadsheet where I categorize, like you’re saying and go, okay, this is all about content batching. This is all about content strategy. This is all about lot strategy. And that way when I’m repurposing, I can go back and go, oh yeah, this is this.
Right now all of my big, my long form content lives inside of Trello and I just have every single episode listed out. But now that I’m 150 plus episodes into my
Amanda: that is not efficient . . But yeah, what you’re saying about the organization side of things. I think so often we as creative entrepreneurs in this sphere, we get wrapped up in the fact that, oh, I’m creating content.
It’s a creative process. I like to be in my flow. I can’t, I hear all the time, oh, I can’t post, I can’t schedule out my content because I need to post in the moment so that it feels inspired. And I’m like, listen. , you’re gonna not get, you’re gonna be on that content creation wheel forever because that it takes so much time to create a single piece of content.
It’s not a quick 15 minute thing. I don’t care what you think it is. Even an Instagram caption is gonna take you longer than that. And then, oh, where could that 15 minutes have gone today? Whereas if you batched it, it’s gonna take less time because you’re in the flow. Anyways, the organizational side of things, creating content is a system which I know you love.
Content creation is just, A system with a bunch of mini systems inside of it. And that I think is the key piece that’s missing so often is that it’s not just this creative endeavor, it’s a system inside of your business and it’s one of many systems and it cannot take up all of your time.
Colie: Because I think until recently, I, I don’t know how anybody. Organizes just their ideas. Like I’ll be driving in my car and I’ll have an idea for a podcast episode, and I literally pull over and write it down, guys, because at my age in 10 minutes, I have forgotten it . So I do a lot of pulling over and Chloe’s like, mom, why are we stopping?
But one thing that I realized recently was that. I’m putting them all down in notes, and while you can search in notes, again, you can’t categorize in notes. You can’t tag in notes. So I think what I have to be more diligent about in 2023 in terms of content planning and organization is making sure that at least weekly, I’m going into those notes where I just put down just random thoughts, random word phrases, and if I put that into my air table where I am currently categorizing all of my content, it makes content creation even faster when I sit down and I’m like, oh yeah. I’m gonna plan out all of Q3 podcast episodes cuz I’m cool, Amanda, than I’m currently editing and scheduling for q3. I’m so excited, but like, you know, when I get ideas, I’m just popping an air table and just listing everything. I mean, it doesn’t have to be concrete and I think that’s where other people get, you know.
lost in the weeds too, is that sometimes with the planning, it doesn’t mean that you have to get everything like A to Z written down. I mean, if you have good ideas, get them down. If they’re not fleshed out now, there’s always time for you to flesh those out in another month, or, you know, later in the year.
Amanda: Well, and so often we’ll get these fragments of thoughts, and then with a few sleeps, we’re like, oh, I’ve got all kinds of ideas for this that I didn’t have before. And so, yeah, get ’em down. And it’s as simple as, oh, here’s a pain point I have, right? I have all these notes of ideas, and then I never use them.
Okay, how can I add a step? Content planning routine. On my content planning day, make a little in your workflow, a little check mark of go look at your notes and make sure you move everything over to your content bank, wherever you keep that. And it’s just, it’s just a matter of keeping that content bank, which I think a lot of people don’t do.
I think they’ll write things down and then they never actually transfer it over to a place where they can refer back to, to actually plan your content. But it makes planning content so easy. Cause you’re like, Amanda of a week ago had a lot of great ideas. This is really helpful now because I feel not inspired
Colie: Exactly. I mean, and inspiration comes and goes, guys. And I’m one of those people that I have realized now at my age with my forgetfulness that no, when I am feeling inspired, if I have to shift what I’m doing that day to just give myself 15 minutes to get all of it down on paper or to get it into my computer, that is what I have to do.
And so let’s talk about the content bank. Because I think that when people are really struggling to find ideas from their content, it’s because number one, they do not have a content bank. And number two, they don’t really know where to get the ideas for the content bank if they themselves are feeling depleted of inspiration.
So Amanda, where are some of the places that everyone can find good content for their business, regardless of what their service or their offer?
Amanda: So the inspiration, like you said, but if you’re not feeling that, one of the other questions, one of the other places inside of the content planner is actually what questions have I been asked lately? When people send you a random DM, , write down that question when someone sends you an email and asks you a question.
Anything like that, but that also is very dependent on someone coming to you or inspiration coming to you, so not always super helpful. The most important thing you can do if you are needing ideas for your content is to send out an annual survey. I do this every single year, and it is just a plethora of ideas.
And the best part is that it’s from people who actually listen to my podcast and I know, okay, they, these are the people that are already tuning in. Here’s how I can serve them really, really well.
Colie: Amanda attached to this podcast episode will be an annual survey . I am gonna put that on my list. I’m definitely gonna do it. It’s been one of my things that I’ve been wanting to do and the funny thing is, until I heard you say that, I don’t think I would’ve considered asking my podcast listeners to do it.
I would’ve naturally gone to, let me send it to my email list. Let me put it on Instagram. But podcast listeners, I really do wanna hear from you too. So, no, that’s amazing and brilliant. And then just writing down the questions that people send you. I get inspired by what people ask me personally in the dms.
I also get inspired by being in like Facebook groups and seeing what someone’s asking about. Like for example, for my services, if someone’s asking about. Dubsado or choosing a CRM or how to automate this in a workflow or you know what you should include in a proposal, like all of those kinds of things.
When I see a question, then I’m like, oh, I could answer that. I have a little notebook sitting on my desk, guys. I scribble that question down and yes, I’m old school. Sometimes I write it and then I type it. I feel like if I do both, it sticks in my head a little better. There’s inspiration guys for content everywhere, so don’t just aimlessly scroll on Instagram.
Make it purposeful. If you see something that sparks inspiration for something that you could create content for, please take the time to write it down. Make your Instagram Scrolls. Scrolls. Have purpose
Amanda: Yeah, and I, the Facebook idea is so great, especially for those that are listening and are like, I don’t even have an audience. I don’t have anyone I can send a survey to go on to Facebook. What is it that you talk about? Is it Dubs Auto? Just just go into a Facebook group that has your ideal client, whether it’s other business owners or moms or photographers, whatever it may.
go into a Facebook group that you’re already a part of and search in the search bar. Dubsado. It’s that simple. And then you’ll get all these questions of, oh, this person wants to know this thing about Dubsado. This person wants to know this thing about Dubsado. And that’ll give you content ideas for it You can talk about until you really find your place and you start bringing in your people.
Colie: And so coming back to the, the entire, what I would call your your content planning circle, like, cuz we’ve already said there’s different bits. There’s also the organization bit. If someone has never planned their content, , what is the first thing that you recommend that they do?
Amanda: If you’ve never planned content before, the first thing is to find those inspiration, those ideas, and just have a random list of, here’s some things I could talk about. Once you’ve got that done, then you wanna sit down and you wanna say, okay, what is my content? Plan, and the plan is simply where am I creating content for?
Where am I posting and how often am I posting for each of those? You don’t need to know what your topics are yet. You don’t need to know your call to actions, just when are you posting and where. Then you map all of that out in a big overview. I like to just use a simple, you know, Overview and say, okay, podcast, podcast, podcast.
Emails are gonna go out these days, so on and so forth. Once you have that down, then you’ll say, okay, what is my goal for this month? What, where am I trying to lead people to? Is there a specific freebie that you’re really wanting to push people to? So you build that email list. Is there a certain topic you mentioned earlier, some months you’re talking about do Santos, some months you’re talking about email marketing.
is there a specific topic that you’re really talking about? Once you know what you’re leading people to, then you’re gonna put in your calls to actions, and that’s where you start every single piece of content. Where are you leading them to? Don’t start with the topic. Start with where you want them to go, and then find topics that will help lead them to that place.
Colie: Because when you just talk about things all the time on Instagram and in your email and you never give them somewhere to go next, you are definitely missing an opportunity, whether that’s to join your email list, to download this freebie, to think about scheduling a call with you to discuss your services.
And I will admit, guys, I am 100%. Not the person to really chastise other people for not doing this, because I will write entire emails and then after I’ve sent it, I’m like, you know what? I probably should have put a link to my course in that, and I totally didn’t do it. I’m much better about the podcast because my podcast template has the buttons already in there that say, you know, listen to the podcast on Apple.
Leave me a review. Here are the show notes. , there’s way more call to actions in my podcast emails than there are anything else. But on Instagram, I am definitely guilty of writing a fabulous piece of content. Like I thought about the, the information, the hashtags, the graphic is great, and there is no damn call to action.
So guys, when you guys see me doing that, please chastise me. Please be like, Hey, Coley, what’s your call to action?
Amanda: But even outside of that, even if you have calls to action, maybe you are like, oh, I know that. That’s no-brainer cause to action and everything. Is it a cohesive. Call to action, or are you just like throwing spaghetti at the wall and saying, oh, go to my freebie over here that’s on this one subject, and then go to this podcast episode over here.
This, and that’s not to say that everything has to be. You know, every single thing reads about the exact same thing, but you do wanna have some sort of cohesive flow. If you’re leading up to a launch of an offer, or you’re leading up to filling spots in your v i P days, you wanna be leading people into your funnel so that they’re ready to purchase the v i P day when you’re actually talking about it.
If you’re just randomly throwing out calls to action with no strategy in mind, it’s not gonna do a whole lot for.
Colie: No, you’re gonna give your listeners and your readers Whiplash . They’re not gonna know what is more important. And I was actually listening to someone talking about auditing your website recently. And one of the things, one of the big tips that she gave was make sure that your call to actions make sense.
Make sure that your call to actions are leading somewhere, some somewhere. And also make sure that you’ve kind of highlighted what is most important. Because if you’re giving every single one of your call to. equal weight, people are going to have decision fatigue. They are not gonna know where to go next.
And so, you know, really great content is going to lead them where you think it is most important for them to go.
Amanda: In the scheme of where your business goals are.
Colie: Yes. We’re gonna flip the script, Amanda, because when you were talking, I had to stop myself from interrupting you to be like, and how does this relate to Disney planning, girl? Because I like, like I, I don’t think that I’ve ever heard you talk about your content planning services, like in relation to Disneyland, Disney World Land, whichever one, but planning your Disney vacation because I was thinking about it and like think of your content pieces as like how to get on. How to plan your meals. Like if we think about it, this is gonna be a blog post, girl. If we think about how these things are related, planning your content is a lot like planning your Disney vacation. And so if you think about all the different pieces, you gotta plan your transportation, you’re lodging, where you’re gonna go for your rides.
I mean, all of this is how you should be planning the content for your business.
Amanda: Absolutely. And it’s really as simple as starting with the end in mind. Again, that’s the first thing I ask all of my clients. For those that don’t know, I also second business as a Disney travel agent, Disney specialized travel agent. Thank you, . But the first thing I ask all of those clients. What are your hopes for this vacation so that I know when I’m planning how to make sure I’m putting all of the different pieces together.
Cause there’s a lot of pieces just like there’s a lot of content pieces, making sure I’m putting them all together so that we’re creating the best possible vacation for them for their strategic vacation, if you could say. And a lot of times I’ll create a proposal of you should go to this park on this day and this park on this day.
And I’ll have clients come back and say, well, . We really wanna do this park on the first day because it’s our favorite. And I have to go back and say, that’s fine, we can do that. But remember what you told me that your ideal vacation was. This is gonna help make sure we’ve got that ideal vacation. It’s up to you to choose whichever you wanna do, whichever means more to you.
But we, we started with the end in mind so that we could put these pieces together in this way, and now we need to gut check which one matters.
Colie: Okay, let’s talk about that content planner. Tell me about your content planning services and tell me about your content planner.
Amanda: Yeah, so right now as of recording my one-to-one. , ongoing content planning services are actually full, but I do have a VIP day. Thank you. Thank you. I have a VIP day where if you’re looking for launch specific content strategy, I am your girl. I will help you plan out every single piece of content that you need in the 12 weeks of that launch runway, and we’ll map out exactly what you need and need to do for all of the different launch pieces.
Your visibility booster, which would. Your big challenge that you’re putting on, or you are right now, the limited time podcast are the big thing, whatever it is that you’re gonna do to really get visible beforehand. Yeah. , the freebie that you’re gonna make sure you have that connects directly to that offer, all that stuff.
We’ll make . Sure we map out all the pieces of the launch strategy in addition to the content as well. , so that’s that service. The content planner really got created last year because I needed something. I was at that point where it was like, okay, I’ve been printing out random, just monthly calendars for the last five years in business, and I have just written out, okay, this is what I’m talking about this day.
This is what I’m talking about this day, and I really wanted something that was gonna go deeper because. Again, we’ve gotta start with the end in mind, and I wanted something that was gonna help me make sure that I was aligning my content. my strategy, my messaging to my actual goals. And so I created this planner that every single month it asks you all these questions related to what are your goals?
Let’s, let’s check in. What are your goals right now? How are we gonna make sure we’re aligning our content with that? Messaging, there’s all these questions about things to think about for messaging, because that’s always a struggle for me. I can put basic content down, but then the, the cutesy little references to like pop culture and things like that, it’s just a space for me to pause and think, okay, what’s happening right now?
This spare book. The Megan and Harry documentary, how can I put those things into my content right now? Because it’s everywhere. Miley Cyrus Flowers, you know, like little things like that in pop culture. Okay, how can I put that in? What does my audience need to hear this month? What is an ongoing theme that happened?
You know, just messaging things. And then there’s also the repurposing piece, and then you’ve got all the planning pages for the actual month itself. And then there’s also reflection pages. So you can actually pause and say,
Colie: Did that
Amanda: this is what I. did it did, did it actually do anything? Should I Maybe, so that you’re not just blindly putting out a new plan each month, which is the path that I had fallen into personally, so, yeah.
Well, yeah, it’s definitely. a work in progress where it’s like, okay, I created a plan and I executed it, and now it’s gone and I’m gonna create the next one without even thinking about the last one that I created. So the whole planner is just full of things like that, where it’s how do I make sure that I’m being strategic with my content and aligning it with those goals and moving people towards those goals.
And it really was just created because I needed it. And then I was like, well, we’ll put it out here and see if anyone else wants it. And people did.
Colie: And I mean, you know, I never think of my podcast as like, come on here and just sell your product. But I really did want Amanda to talk about it because guys, she just gave you like all the pieces that you should be thinking about regardless if you’re doing it inside of a planner like that, or if you’re planning it in your project management.
Task management tools like Asana, Trello, click. Wherever you are doing it. I think that the message that we’re getting from Amanda is that you have to be strategic and you have to be organized, and that is what, what is going to lead to the most success in your content planning. Because I will say I have gotten really good at setting a goal, or at least centralizing my messaging for the.
as a result of this podcast. So for example, Amanda is here and she’s talking about content planning. I already know two or three other guests that are gonna talk about very similar topics that I am going to group together for one month of this podcast. This podcast, this podcast is recording in January and I just did a month of like money episodes.
Somebody talked about the recession, somebody talked about money mindset, someone talked about book. As a result of putting this podcast together, I was like, okay, if I take the expertise of all of my guests, cuz you guys know I love having guest episodes and I group them together. How can I give you guys maximum ability to take actions on what is airing on this podcast?
Because in the end, I want you guys to listen to the podcast. I want you guys to get all of the great tips that my, my guests are giving you, but I also want you to take action. And so if you take nothing else from Amanda today, it is that before you sit down to plan this content, you should have a goal in mind for your business.
And anytime you think and get inspiration, you should organize that somewhere that you can go back and reference for yourself. It will make your content planning just so much easier. And because Amanda’s here, I’m gonna ask her, let’s talk about Disney. When are you going? I’m so excited. I go next week.
Amanda: Oh my gosh. I’m so jealous. You know, I don’t think my next trip is until July, actually, which feels, I know we were going to be going to Tokyo in March, and so that was gonna be the next trip. We’re gonna go to Tokyo, Disney for two days while we were there. And, where we had to move that trip because of some work stuff for my husband.
So kind of a bummer. I don’t know if I’ll get down to Disney World again. I don’t know when I’m going to Disney World again, which is terrible because I really need to use my annual pass. But we’re going to Disneyland in July for my birthday, so that’s my next trip.
Colie: I’m so excited. So guys, Amanda is number one an amazing content planner. Number two, she is a Disney vacation planner. And number three, she is just an awesome human. So if they wanna find you on the internet, Amanda, where should they go?
Amanda: Yeah. I’m Mrs. Amanda Warfield on Instagram and TikTok, and then the Disney business is Magical Escape Vacations. Also, both of those on Instagram and TikTok. Probably the best way to connect with me. I’m very active in my DMs.
Colie: Amanda, thank you so much for joining me on the podcast. This was so inspirational for myself. I hope that all my listening audience feels the same. And guys, that’s it for this episode. See you next time. Bye.
Amanda: Thank you so much.