Today, Philadelphia Magazine announced the top three finalists for its 2019 Be Well Philly Health Hero Challenge. Each year, the city anticipates this announcement, and I’m sharing the three incredible women who are finalists! Additionally, I’m excited to be interviewing the editor of Be Well Philly, Mary Clare Fischer. If you’re not familiar with the Health Hero…… Continue reading FemFocused: Be Well Philly Editor Mary Clare Fischer
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
Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears – I’m speaking on a Gather Group panel! Whaaaatttttt. I am incredibly excited and grateful to be on this panel alongside some amazing women whom I greatly admire – Marketing Consultant & Idea Generator Ashley Bernard, Publicist, Social Media and Influencer Consultant Deepika Subbiah and Social Media and Events Marketing Professional Parisha…… Continue reading Positive Publicity is doing a panel 😲
Helloooooo friends, it has been QUITE some time since my last Philly Finds. While this time off from Philly Finds may not show it, I really enjoy doing this series and it’s time to start it back up again. Philly Finds is a collection of places, people and things around our beloved city that I’m…… Continue reading Philly Finds Vol. 8
I enjoy going to concerts where I’m not familiar with the band. I love watching the crowd, the die-hard fans, and seeing which songs hype the audience the most. Being an observer of an event or experience I’m a stranger in is one of my greatest joys. This was the case last night while covering…… Continue reading The Growlers at Union Transfer
** This is another contribution to the countless other articles and posts about comparisons. Anddddd right off the bat, I’m realizing I’m comparing my comparison blog post to other comparison blog posts *insert upside down smiley face emoji* ** I was at a recent therapy session, where I shared my innermost emotions of feeling “not…… Continue reading On the comparison game.
Social media – can’t live with it, and for those with careers in social media, can’t live without it. Social media has become a major component in many people’s jobs and careers. And mean comments, the news, the strive to create “good” content and constantly being online can have a negative effect. But what do…… Continue reading When your job is social media but you need a social media break…