“Luckily I found Laura E. Kelly, empath and design wizard”

Edie Jarolim »

“I had an idea for a blog that would eventually lead to a book but I couldn’t for the life of me figure out how to create a visual representation of what was in my head. Luckily I found Laura E. Kelly, empath and design wizard. She worked with me at every stage of the process to figure out exactly what I wanted and how best to make it work, down to captions on my family pictures to the kielbasa “c” in the word “butcher” and the row of sausages that go down the side of the page (I love those sausages!). She’s smart, she’s creative, she’s detail oriented and she’s endlessly patient—this last an essential when dealing with technoramouses like me. I couldn’t be happier with how my blog turned out, and it takes a lot to get me to use the “h” word. And now she’s also designed my other book blog, EdieJarolim.com.

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Acknowledgement in Edie’s self-published book Getting Naked for Money: An Accidental Travel Writer Reveals All:

“Finally, major thanks go to friend, web guru, and all around awesome person Laura Kelly, who helped me with the campaign in every possible way: getting my website ready for launch, enlisting people to contribute, creating badges and banners, and providing moral support.”

Edie Jarolim, author of Getting Naked for Money and Am I Boring My Dog? and creator of FreudsButcher.com

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