Girl with Spotify app on phone Do you remember when "working from home" was something we all aspired to be lucky enough to do someday? Then "someday" hit us like a brick wall disguised as 2020. It's really hard to get into that workflow when you're stuck at home surrounded by all the responsibilities vying… Continue reading 5 Go-To Spotify Playlists to Boost Productivity
Video Killed this Social Media Star
https://www.linkedin.com/in/orkutb/ Hopefully the title of this piece brought a certain song to mind when you read it. No one has been killed in the making of this post. Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter are practically household names here in the U.S. when you think about the most popular social media platforms. I think most people still… Continue reading Video Killed this Social Media Star
Cyberactivism: Does it Really Help?
Photo by Antonius Ferret from Pexels Facebook's Breast Cancer Awareness Meme Went Viral... Remember that wave that went around Facebook at least a few times where our lady friends would post a single color on their status and if someone questioned it or commented on it, they would private message them a pre-copied & pasted blurb about Breast… Continue reading Cyberactivism: Does it Really Help?
Keeping Momma’s Spot Warm
11 Easy Hikes In Virginia Everyone In Your Family Will Love
11 Easy Hikes In Virginia Everyone In Your Family Will Love — Read on http://www.google.com/amp/s/www.onlyinyourstate.com/virginia/easy-hikes-to-do-in-va/amp/
Social Media Marketing Tips from an Online Glasses Retailer That Got It Right
http://Photo by Lisa Fotios from Pexels (Note: This post, along with any future posts that seem oddly business-oriented on my blog are graduate school assignments. I am not changing my brand, nor has my blog been hacked. Yay for grad school!) I know, I know: We write books. We don't sell glasses. But there's something… Continue reading Social Media Marketing Tips from an Online Glasses Retailer That Got It Right
3 Chic Lit Novels Worthy of Your Valentine’s Day Reading Session
I’m a bit neutral when it comes to Valentine’s Day. I hated it when I was a younger woman because it was an annual reminder that I was still single and I was at a point in my life where that shamed me. (Oh, the things I’d tell her now if I could!) To be… Continue reading 3 Chic Lit Novels Worthy of Your Valentine’s Day Reading Session
JOSH & HAZEL’S GUIDE TO NOT DATING by Christina Lauren
Looking for a fun summer read? JOSH & HAZEL’S GUIDE TO NOT DATING is a heartwarming contemporary romance by @christinalauren about a relatable and spunky teacher (Hazel) who never seems to luck out in the dating department and her more-reserved friend (Josh) who knows all of her embarrassing secrets but sticks by her side anyway. In true… Continue reading JOSH & HAZEL’S GUIDE TO NOT DATING by Christina Lauren
The Hazelwood by Melissa Albert
What are you reading? Originally published on September 24, 2018 here. You have no idea how long it has been since I was last lost in a good book. And I mean lost. Albert’s words are almost lyrical. It’s a dark and gritty marriage of fairytale and suspense. It’s perfect for those rainy, fall days (or… Continue reading The Hazelwood by Melissa Albert