Hi, I’m Renee
I write, read, absorb share what I find online and think a lot about how I am making an impact in the world.
I am the founder of Get a Geek In Your Pocket, a personalized WordPress Maintenance and Security service that helps bloggers and website owners.
It also helps pay my bills.
My other offerings include WordPress Speed Up Service, Speed Up Secrets, Expert Editing with WordPress 5.0, Easy Peasy WordPress Maintenance, Use What You Got Guide.
You can learn more about them here.
I’ve been managing, updating and tweaking WordPress websites for 11+ Years, and I want you to have a WordPress site that is snug as a bug & update, so those who have nothing better to do will ignore your website and move to someone else.
I love to write and share my stories and journey as an entrepreneur. I write about my life, technology, WordPress, spirituality and more
I’m part of a year long mastermind program and this month’s topic was, You, First” and the question asked of us was…
“Why did you start your business and what does it give you that you otherwise wouldn’t have?”
When I really start to think about it, I realize that much of my initial why is no longer that relevant.
I’m a rebel at heart and I will easily go left when you tell me to go right just because I GET TO CHOOSE how I want things to turn out.
I know now that I’m no longer employable.
Yesterday, I was enjoying the day with my step-son as he went to get his first car. It’s been a big few months since he moved back in with us, he got his driver’s license and now he’s purchased his first car.
While I was enjoying the day and being so very thankful to have a business that allows me this flexibility, I had no clue that Facebook was down and unavailable for the majority of the planet.
This morning, as I did a quick scroll through Facebook to see all the messages and memes of “How did you survive?” or “Marked Safe”, it got me thinking….
Last week, I had so many intentions to get things done, but you want to know what happened?
I’ve been feeling stuck and full of resistance to my business and well everything.
This doesn’t mean that I’m not doing the work or helping my clients, but anything that could kind of be considered optional hasn’t been done (including emailing you).
But here’s what I’ve observed…
I am SUPER thankful I had a solution since I would have been thrown into a pretty huge panic.
The back story….
I was procrastinating on some other things I needed to do and had made the decision I wanted to test out a new child theme from my favorite theme designer.
This is a pretty run of the mill task for me to do.
Happy New Year!
Welcome new subscribers to my community and I look forward to sharing and getting to know you in 2019. Those of you who have been here for a while, I’m so very thankful that you’re here and I look eager to help you maintain a website that fits your goals!
This is the prime time of year that many of us are planning and thinking about how we want to see 2019 become. For many years, I just dived into planning for the year and then found myself getting distracted or even bored with what I was doing and I never met my goals I had initially set for myself.
This year feels different for me.
Today I want to share a story, I’m calling it a cautionary tale of going viral.
Imagine if you will...
You have created some amazing content on your site, the title of the blog post is intriguing and really entices folks to click through and the graphics you created to share on Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter are some of the best you’ve created.
During your regular check in with Google Analytics you see a spike in your traffic, you dig a little deeper and discover that it’s gone viral – well at least for you! You are excited and then the worst thing happens
You got to check the PIN that’s bring the traffic and you click through to your site to see something similar to…