New York City? Really?

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.

Travel Writing: Finding My Voice

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,Continue reading “Travel Writing: Finding My Voice”

A Friday Wrap

It’s Friday, the week has been busy, but it’s great to be alive. After pulling my first all-nighter since college, which I finished a year ago this weekend, I realized that something has to give when it comes to my daily schedule. I’m grateful for the opportunity I have, to work from home as IContinue reading “A Friday Wrap”

Writing: Killing Creativity

Image: Paige Hogan Journalists and PR pros alike have one problem that they all have to deal with. AP-style. The written laws passed down from the journalistic gods of yesteryear. A style taught and mandated to ensure that editing would be easier for publishers, to streamline the news and breaking stories. The problem with AP-style,Continue reading “Writing: Killing Creativity”

Non-Profit: Not Just My Wallet

Photo: Paige Hogan I had never considered non-profits in terms of where my future might take me. In fact, I really thought it was just a cruel reference to the ongoing state of my wallet. But, as I find myself jobless, a month before getting married, non-profits may actually be the answer to my prayers.Continue reading “Non-Profit: Not Just My Wallet”