Guests hardly ever believe me when I tell them I live in New York City for two years. How could a raft guide live there? There’s no rafting there. Continue reading New York City? Really?
What’s the key to travel writing? How do you break into an industry that so many people want to be a part of? More importantly, how do you separate yourself from the hoard? Having written for the Fashion Tech industry, had a story about life as a raft guide published, and traveled around the world, it can’t be that difficult… Right? It’s here, at this … Continue reading Travel Writing: Finding My Voice
“The highest good may be likened to water…” Continue reading Be Water
I just turned 25. I raft guide at the US National Whitewater Center and I freelance write, but with another year down, I’m asking myself: where am I? Continue reading Turning 25: Am I Ready?
The business of fashion can be an overwhelming, but with the right strategies in place the startup process can run a little smoother. That was the focus Monday night at Wix Lounge thanks to sponsors GarysGuide and AlleyWatch, with excellent food and drinks from Qwiker Liquor, For The Gourmet, and Hint. Image: Wix Lounge Moderated by Dalia Strum, a digital marketing expert and FIT professor, … Continue reading Event Recap: Fashion Business Strategies
Community. To many people, that doesn’t mean a whole lot. Thanks to social media and “community-building” platforms, community is just a digital age buzzword for the people you’re reaching; ultimately in an attempt to make you and your company a little bit more money. In a more classic sense though, and probably what our parents would agree a community is and should be, it’s a … Continue reading Communities: They’re For Everyone