Black flats are a staple in every working girl’s wardrobe. I, for one, have gone through many pairs over the years. I usually wear them until they’re destroyed with worn soles and scratched leather. Some of my past flats had no arch support, some gave me blisters, and some were eaten by Rufio. But I… Continue reading My new favorite work flats
This week I had my first taste of, what I assume will one day be, “working mom guilt.” I had a particularly great week in the office: pitched a winning idea to a client, caught wind of some exciting new projects, and got the creative juices flowing in some inspiring brainstorming sessions. At home, however, I… Continue reading Friday vibes: August 19
Shopping for school supplies at the end of each summer always gave me a rush. Bright spiral notebooks with crisp, untouched pages, a shiny pack of pens with fresh black ink, and, of course, a new planner for the school year that I would fill with song lyrics and notes to friends.
My recent trip to Seattle/Tacoma for an event for my client was a complete whirlwind. As most event trips go, we didn’t have much time for exploring, but we hit some of the main tourist attractions and got a good feel for the downtown area. The thing I was most excited about seeing was Seattle’s… Continue reading PR Girl Travels: Seattle/Tacoma
I tend to dread networking events. I know that as a PR girl I shouldn’t say that, but it’s true. It’s awkward. Everyone there has an agenda. And there’s always those people who are constantly in search of a better person to talk to. (Those people are the worst.)
I recently traveled to Edmonton, Alberta, Canada for a client event. Our program puts on events in multiple cities each year and these trips typically include working from sun up to sun down, followed by a client dinner, followed by collapsing into my hotel bed and falling asleep to Big Bang Theory reruns on TBS.… Continue reading PR Girl Travels: Edmonton, Alberta
This time last year, we had just moved down to Charlotte and I was fortunate enough to keep my agency job in New York by working remotely while I searched for a new job in the south. I got a little taste of working from home, and I quickly learned that it was not for… Continue reading Summer work playlist