Hello friends, I’m wishing you the happiest of Fridays. I hope you have something nice and relaxing planned for your weekend. Today, I’d like to share some of my favorite contemporary artists here. Rather then write a long blog post, I figured I’d let the art do the talking. I’ve linked the artists’ websites and…… Continue reading My favorite contemporary artists and photographers
Mark your calendars for an evening of cocktails, shopping, and giveaways for Galentine’s Day, Wednesday, February 12, 2020 at Louie Louie! Tickets are $15 and include one signature cocktail, a swag bag, and a raffle ticket to enter a drawing that evening for prizes. They are also offering a VIP ticket for $50 that includes…… Continue reading spreading the love this Galentine’s Day at Louie Louie
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
First Philly Finds of 2020, lessss goooo. I came across these beautiful yarn flowers while strolling through the city one Sunday, and had a slight suspicion I knew who they might be by. And luckily Philly’s resident public art expert Conrad Brenner had the full story behind them. They were made by artist Lace in…… Continue reading Philly Finds Vol. 12
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?
Image found here Will I feel homesick for a place that doesn’t exist anymore? It’s a time I suppose I thought would never come. I’ve only known one home my entire life, and in a few weeks it will no longer be the place I can come home to. My parents are moving soon and…… Continue reading Saying goodbye to my childhood home.
Art by Tyler Spangler At the risk of this post getting lost in the tsunami of Black Friday emails, I’m adding one to your Inbox. *Oprah voice* YOU get a curated playlist, and YOU get a curated playlist. While walking off the Thanksgiving meal on an empty Ocean City beach today, I realized that a…… Continue reading One more Thanksgiving treat