I can’t remember the last time I received a thank you note in the mail. Wait, the mail? As in an envelope, postage stamp, handwriting? People still do that? No. They don’t. Handwritten letters are a dying art that shouldn’t be. It’s all too easy to sit in front of a computer or phone and… Continue reading A Simple Way to Show Gratitude
Knowing your worth is the first step… Why Mindy Kaling is the perfect example of this:
How a two hour hike can change your perspective on life and increase your happiness.
Planning a community event isn’t an easy job, which is exactly why I loved it so much.
If you have every worked a double-shift, you probably decided not to read this blog post. The word makes you cringe and want to double over while eating a bag of kettle corn. Okay… maybe not that dramatic, but working all day and night takes its toll on the body. Since my second year of… Continue reading The Double-Shift Life
I was fortunate enough to attend the American Marketing Association’s 37th Annual International Collegiate Conference in New Orleans (that’s a mouthful). The weather was humid, the food delicious, and the conference was full of excitement and inspiration. My buddy and I participated in a marketing strategies competition where our pitching skills were put to the… Continue reading People are People
Lent. The time of the year when Catholics attend church up until Easter and then go back into the woodwork. On Ash Wednesdays, you may wonder why the guy you just walked past has a black blob on his forehead. The time of the year when you’re advised to give up sweets, cursing, or gossip.… Continue reading Patience is a Virtue