In 2016 I’ll be celebrating my 6th year as an entrepreneur, and my 10th wedding anniversary. Recently, I’ve been interviewed multiple times about my experience as a business owner and I usually end up talking about my husband, partly because he recently joined the team, and partly because he’s the biggest reason I can do what I do. He’s really supportive of long nights and the other adjustments that come with being in a relationship with an entrepreneur. People have asked me how we make it work and I tell them, “I make our relationship a priority. We were a couple before I started this company, and we’ll be one long after.” The thing is, I understand that it’s easier said than done. When you’re starting a business, and even when you’re finally hitting your stride, it feels like there’s never enough time, money, or energy to make it work.
As a website designer, I actually enjoy thinking about WordPress for the better part of my day. I know that’s not the case for everyone though. And for the average person trying to manage their own website, all of the details can easily become overwhelming, especially when it comes to keeping their website secure. RELATED: The Most Important Things to Consider When Designing a Website As a disclaimer, our focus is usually on building beautiful websites that actually work (so that beautiful buy now button doesn’t lead to a 404 page instead of your awesome sales page). However there are a few things that we tell our clients when it comes to the basics of keeping your site secure: 1. Don’t use admin as your login name. It’s the most commonly used name, so hackers will always try that first. Some of our logins are pretty silly, we use references from current Netflix binge watch and add random