Groundhog Day prediction, as seen in the latest issue of Philly Mag A new Philly Finds is coming atcha today. I have to say, I thoroughly enjoy the Philly Finds-writing process. I don’t actively seek out places or things for this series – rather I scroll through my phone to see what photos I’ve taken…… Continue reading Philly Finds Vol. 13
Art by Tyler Spangler “Be a badass at rest,” my therapist said to me after I lamented about my inability to sit still and not let negative thoughts swirl in moments of stillness and quiet. “You’re still a badass, you’re just resting.” This mantra of being a “badass at rest” has been incredibly useful in…… Continue reading a badass at rest
Art by Hayley Sheldon “What’s your niche?” It’s a question that any writer is familiar with. Having a niche topic as an Internet writer makes you more easily discovered, helps you cultivate an engaged audience, and makes you more desirable to brands. There are many benefits of having a niche, and it is certainly important…… Continue reading Figuring out your niche? Or figuring out yourself?
Art by Mystic Mama I am being overly zealous with this post seeing as we have JUST entered Sagittarius szn (shout out to my archers). But the time of the Capricorn is right around the corner. From December 22-January 19, the sea goat will reign supreme. The beginning Capricorn always aligns with the Winter Solstice, making…… Continue reading Musings from a Capricorn, Sea Goat Queen
There was a time I was quite frankly embarrassed to say that I ran a “Philly lifestyle blog” when meeting new people. At the time it seemed silly; I felt childish promoting my lil blog. “Ugh, another wannabe ~influencer~,” I would imagine people were thinking when I mentioned Positive Publicity. This was my own insecurity…… Continue reading finding confidence in your work.
Perception. This has been a big topic in recent therapy sessions and conversations with friends. The way we think a scenario went. How we think a situation occured. How we think our future will inevitably play out. Perception is a funny and fickle thing. Have you ever thought someone to be rude in a conversation,…… Continue reading Perception vs. reality
Dinner with friends on a Friday night, with good wine and food, is one of life’s most simple and beautiful pleasures. Conversing over apps, sipping on chilled Pinot Grigio, while comparing stories from college nights out – there’s simply nothing better. The coziness-level of these nights is only amplified and that much better (to me…… Continue reading Vegan delights at The Greyhound Cafe