How I Landed in Digital Marketing by Trying to be a News Reporter

FUN FACT: when I was a child and into my young adult life, I wanted to be a news reporter. I was introduced to this career path in elementary school. We recorded (with a lot of help from a very patient adult) some news shows after school: the school lunch menu, recess activities, kickball tournament… Continue reading How I Landed in Digital Marketing by Trying to be a News Reporter

What I’ve Learned From Deactivating My Facebook

When I got rid of Facebook a little over 2 years ago, I was really seeking some privacy. As I've previously mentioned, I think oversharing the wrong information can actually have a huge negative impact on us. The more engrossed we get in social media as a culture, the more we seem to lose the… Continue reading What I’ve Learned From Deactivating My Facebook

Comparison: The Thief of Joy

I saw a blogger the other day who appeared to have the "perfect" blog. Her days seemed to be spent dedicated to capturing the perfect photo, in the perfect outfit, with the perfect back drop. I immediately felt like my blog was inadequate. For a few minutes I even thought about stopping my blog because… Continue reading Comparison: The Thief of Joy

Heal Documentary

Very few things will come into your life that spark you to change the way you have been living. For me, my diagnosis was that catalyst but there have been a few things that I only stumbled upon because of my diagnosis that continue to change my life. I know its all part of my… Continue reading Heal Documentary

Social Media Diet

I don't think you realize how much of your life you are putting out into the world until something personal happens to you that you don't want to share. Every single aspect of our lives are blasted out onto this forum where hundreds, sometimes even thousands, of people can see, share or interpret it. We… Continue reading Social Media Diet