It’s been a wild ride and I’m excited to share the details of my latest venture with you. If you follow me on social media then you may have already seen the launch of my new website, The Inner Wild Creative Co.! It was a fun process and a beautiful launch, so today I wanted to share more information about the change!
I started this blog in 2010 and it was just a place for me to share my thoughts. It grew into much more than that and for the past several years it has served as the central hub for all my online endeavors—-my blog, my etsy shop, and my social media consulting business. Fortunately, my social media business has grown and expanded over the past few years and has grown into a justifiable business of it’s own, it has been so incredibly exciting!
I’ve been lucky to work with many amazing brands over the years and to build a client list that I am really proud of. As my client list and responsibilities have grown, I have also felt the need to expand not only the team, but also the offerings. Through the help of two friends + local creatives, Jaimie and Lary, and a few cocktails at a local bar, the idea for The Inner Wild was born, and a few short weeks later the 3 of us had successfully cofounded and launched our new brand!
So what is The Inner Wild and what do we do? We provide social media and content creation services for brands. Today, owning a business means you need to not only be business-savvy, but you also need to know the ins-and-outs of marketing your products or services online and across social media. If you understand social media, you know that mastering it requires an array of skills (photography, graphic design, writing, just to name a few!) and it’s not always realistic for every business to have an in-house creative team that can manage this on a day-to-day basis. That’s where we come in: we are a team of wildly creative people for hire. Our clients hire us to make creative content and manage their online presence. You can visit our Services Page for a complete listing of our services, and if you’re interested in becoming a client you can submit this form or contact us via email.
Thyme is Honey will continue to serve as my personal blog and a central hub for the products available through my Etsy and Society6 shops, but the work I do as a social media specialist and content creator is now under The Inner Wild. Above is our brand + style guide, which showcases the logos, patterns, and website elements that I designed (we just so happen to offer design services, too). I have to say, this project is my pride and joy! Head over there to read a post featuring some of the tips and tricks we learned while launching our new business in under 30 days!