Debut single “La La La” out this Friday, May 15th Sadie Leigh Releases First Single, “La La La”, a dreamy escape from reality Philly-based singer/songwriter Sadie Leigh makes her artistic debut with La La La, a song whose airy harmonies and smooth percussion transport listeners to a place far away from the dreariness of the…… Continue reading FemFocused: Philly artist Sadie Leigh
Let’s go back in time, to when things were more psychedelic…. I interviewed Will Wiggins of Cherry Parke, a Philly-based modern indie psych pop project influenced by ELO and Van Dyke Parks. Their music and single art very much evokes a time of plaid bellbottoms, go-go boots, and synthesizers. Their songs Captain Bullseye and All Around…… Continue reading Getting Funky with Cherry Parke
Photo by Justin Green “Art can be all over the place,” Proclaims the Instagram bio of Philadelphia artist Ang Bocca. While the world is in turmoil, at least we have art. And I am grateful that we have artists like Ang Bocca. We’re continuing to highlight women through the FemFocused series (happy belated International Women’s…… Continue reading FemFocused: Philly singer Ang Bocca
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 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.
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
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 😲
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…