VaultPress Stories: Organize to Revitalize!

Meet Deb Lee in our latest VaultPress Story. Deb is a Certified Professional Organizer and the founder of D. Allison Lee LLC. She blogs at Organize to Revitalize! on do-it-yourself organizing tips and shortcuts.

Paul, one of the VaultPress Safekeepers

I share lots of organizing tips and lifehacks on my blog, Organize to Revitalize! You’ll also get a whiff of my personality, too. 🙂 I can be a little silly sometimes (read: funny – hopefully!), but all in all, I really try to share info that’s helpful to others. I know how difficult it can be to get things in gear, so whenever I come across a shortcut or a simple way to do something, I post it. Sometimes, I share things I’ve learned from the mishaps in my personal life or things that come up when I’m helping clients get more organized (no one is ever named, I promise!).

When I first started blogging, I was using Blogger. It’s really simple and easy to use, but after a while, I wanted a platform that was a bit more robust. I also wanted killer themes and to have a domain name without “Blogspot” in it. WordPress offered me that and more, so I jumped ship and haven’t looked back since.

The thing I most value about my WordPress blog: plugins! I love that my blog can be ramped up a notch with a simple plugin. The right plugin can make you look like a supah stah. 😉

I got interested in VaultPress for two reasons: hackers and stability. I had the lovely experience of being, shall we say, visited, by hackers and I can’t say I enjoyed it much. I also wanted a way to keep my site stable and on track. I remember reading that I could get a Golden Ticket, so I made my request, and then a year later, it arrived! Well, it was actually 6 months later, but it felt like a year. It was well worth the wait. 🙂

I recommend that everyone on WordPress get the standard plugins, like Akismet and All-in-One SEO pack. But, if you really want to be a serious blogger, WP Editorial Calendar is amazing. It will really help you keep up with your posting schedule and plan future posts. I also like Thank Me Later (a great way to say “Thanks for leaving a comment. Come back anytime!”) and TinyMCE Advanced (visual editor on steroids).

Check out Organize to Revitalize! here. If you’re a VaultPress customer and you’d like to be featured in one of our future VaultPress stories, please drop us a line. Thanks Deb!

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1 Response to VaultPress Stories: Organize to Revitalize!

  1. Deb Lee says:

    Thanks so much for featuring me on your blog! …and for the great work you do protecting my site. Using your service has been one of the best decisions I’ve made. =)

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