4 Social Media Tools To Help With Consistency


We did a social media series a little while ago that highlighted some great tips from Lauren Caron and Andrea Alder, but I know how easy it is to fall off the wagon. So I am back with some fresh tools for you :) In addition to a link to December National Holidays, below are 4 Social Media Tools to help you with your brand research, aesthetic and consistency. I recently heard that every day you should try to take a step to automate a common task. Please make sure to use the links provided as they are affiliate links which will help you and me ❤️


People Map

An Instagram marketing tool that allows you to analyze competitors, review influencer engagement, build lists, track campaigns and statistics - all in one place.  



Everyone knows your visuals are key to success on Instagram. Planoly allows you to visually map out and manage your Instagram.



Manage your social media in one place to start building your audience. Check out their free plan!



Amplify your organic growth and get more customers to your business today. Mention Uncommon Cartography for exclusive pricing.


Canva makes design simple for everyone. Create designs for Web or print: blog graphics, presentations, Facebook covers, flyers, posters, invitations and more!




  • Snug: A quick visual view of your Instagram feed, if you don’t wont to set up an entire account on Planoly.
  • VSCO: Great filters to help you achieve a consistent aesthetic with your social media feed.
  • Foodie: Just what it says, a great app for editing food photos.
  • Snapseed: A complete and professional photo editor developed by Google.

Uncommon Dinner at Brunswick and Hunt


I had the privilege of hosting a fantastic dinner at Brunswick and Hunt last week. I would say hosting this type of event is one of the highlights of my job. Bringing together a variety of influencers, from different industries and then seeing the synergy that happens always inspires me. The guests at this dinner were Jaime White, Olivia (@grubbinseattle), Charles (@CharlesKoh_) and Nelson (@nelson_yong). Each of us have a passion for food, but a variety of other interests which include Fashion, PR, Technology, and more!

Our menu included delicious house crafted cocktails, charcuterie and cheese, "grapes, grapes, grapes" salad, veggies, an entree of choice and shared dessert to top it all off.

Photo By: Nelson Yong
Photo By: Nelson Yong
Photo By: Nelson Yong
Photo By: Nelson Yong

Charcuterie & Cheese House Ham, Rillette Beef Tongue, Terrine (all made in house) Pate L’Explorateur, Wonderland, Moule Des Bergers, Cascadian Frechette, Bleu D’Auvergne

Photo By: Nelson Yong
Photo By: Nelson Yong

Grapes, Grapes, Grapes Concorde, Red, & Green Walnut, Celery

Photo By: Nelson Yong
Photo By: Nelson Yong

Petite Sirloin & Frites Wild Mushroom Butter, Demi

Photo By: Charles Koh, @charleskoh_
Photo By: Charles Koh, @charleskoh_

Conversation hit upon a flurry of tips about social media and photography tools such as:

  • iBlazr a "flash designed for smartphones also comes in handy when taking photos with tablets or DSLR cameras, lighting analogue photography, brightening nighttime video calls, or simply functioning as a small but powerful flashlight". The above photo was taken with the iBlazr under the bottle.
  • People Map an amazing platform to created targeted lists, manage campaigns and grow your Instagram following.
  • Iconosquare a tool to grow on Instagram with "easy-to-use analytics and time-saving features".
  • Planoly a way to visually map and plan out your Instagram feed.

As well as some exciting and unexpected restaurant recommendations Phorale Seattle, Terra Vista at Snoqualmie Casino for their“SRF Kobe” Tomahawk steak, and Billy Beach for sushi.

Overall the food was delicious and the conversation flowed freely. I am looking forward to the next Uncommon Dinner!

Check out Brunswick and Hunt's 2016 Thanksgiving menu here.

RSVP for Thanksgiving at Brunswick and Hunt via phone at (206) 946-1574.