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
What happened to the Freelance Rider? Life… And the introduction of The Eddy Folk! Continue reading The Eddy Folk
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 I study for my personal training certification, but working from home … Continue reading A Friday Wrap
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, and I know I’m not the only one that feels … Continue reading Writing: Killing Creativity
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. While talking to a close family friend, and conveniently enough … Continue reading Non-Profit: Not Just My Wallet