Image found on Pinterest After a week of little-to-no motivation, poor sleep, minimal physical movement, and consuming the not greenest of foods, I decided I had enough and it was time to bounce back. This bout of poor sleep and diet descended upon me after two weeks of pure enthusiasm. I was doing so well!…… Continue reading back on track baby
Philly Finds is back baby, and this was one of my most favorite ones to compile. My time recently has been consumed with my ongoing battle with the PPA and lots of park time with friends, sprinkled with sprinkled with shore time with family. I also wanted to mention that Positive Publicity was recently featured…… Continue reading Philly Finds Vol. 18
LG6 is here, and her name is Chromatica. One might say that this album and its aesthetics are heavily influenced from gaming culture and anime, and in fact, the the Enigma Vegas show is also very reminiscent of these themes. It seems these two projects have a cohesion. Hints of Gaga’s The Fame Monster and…… Continue reading Take Me to Wonderland: Chromatica Review
“I’m one degree of separation from you baby, don’t be patient. Say my name,” Cries out lead singer and guitarist Sarah Phung of Richmond-based band Frames in Stay. The debut EP, Cursed, is a short and sweet selection of songs written about fleeting crushes and broken relationships. The band is signed to Philadelphia-based independent record…… Continue reading An Interview with Frames
Philadelphia indie rock group The Poms invite you to hit the dance floor with the release of their new single “Dance With Me,” out today. The high energy song comes nearly a year after their first album and brings the band’s dance/rock vibes to a whole new level. “Dance WIth Me” will keep your head…… Continue reading The Poms: The Pomegranate is the Forbidden Fruit
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
I’ve done a few collab posts with Fine Wine and Good Spirits here, and I have to say that this post is my most favorite one yet. They hooked me UP with pretty much everything you could need to entertain this holiday season. Maybe you’re not an expert in the kitchen, but you’re a monster…… Continue reading What you need to entertain this holiday season
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.
I love when inspiration strikes while partaking in the most menial of activities. In this case, it was scrolling through Insta. As I was looking through the photos I have saved to my account, I had a Jimmy Neutron “brain blast” moment, when I figured out what I wanted today’s post to be about. In…… Continue reading Instagram accounts I follow for peace and sanity.
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