Work + Life
Managing both as a team of ONE can be stressful even if you love every part of it.
If you work solo as a blogger, photographer, writer, designer, or other creative, making time for your business, relationships and all the things is tough.
You take photos, write content, and manage schedules. Your jobs might also include juggling meals, cleaning, emailing, posting, running a shop and dealing with finances.
Managing so much can start to make you feel like you'll always be behind.
But a little planning and helpful tools can go a long way. It also helps to know you have a friend that gets it and is cheering you on. That's where I come in!
Hi, I’m Laurie, a 32-year-old designer, wife, & mom of 3 living in the midwest.
When I first started my own design business (previously called Beauty Divine Design) in 2011, I was blogging, marketing products and trying to connect on social media all while helping run a youth ministry, keep my house clean and raise a toddler with autism.
Since then we've moved twice and added two more babies to our family. So I'm no stranger to the tension that comes with being in charge of a lot of things.
My purpose is to save you time behind the screen and help you live out more hope-filled, purposeful stories.
About the Shop
All products in the shop are meant to give you purpose and a little extra space to breathe.
Starter Templates - These are all pre-designed files like cards, albums, and marketing materials. So you can download them, easily make any changes you want in Photoshop and send them off to print. Your clients receive a high-quality professional design without you needing to spend hours behind the screen.
Workbooks - These printable books and planning worksheets will help to give you more focus and simplify those things that threaten to take over your time.
All Access - Members get the freedom to download any of my 300+ products at any time.
Courses - Coming soon!
About The Blog
This is where I share ideas for making work + life as a team of one a little more simple. I've had to let God teach me how to make things work and how to sometimes just let it be messy. (Note: This also applies to hair. Most days for me = hat or messy bun. Sometimes both! My poor husband.) I’m usually talking about one of the following…