This past month has been a difficult transition back into the real world, and I had two choices: fight or flight?
Study abroad anxiety is real. I unpack it here.
“Some walks you have to take alone”- Suzanne Collins Hello again from London! I found some quiet time today to sit down and reflect on these past five weeks. Wow, has it really been five weeks? It feels as if I’ve been living in this city forever… Over the course of my time here, I’ve … Continue reading #PaxAbroad: Being True to You and Flying Solo
Dear family, friends, and first-time followers alike, It's weird to think I'm not writing this post not from my house in New York, or from my University of Delaware apartment, or from the Brew Ha Ha Café on Newark’s Main Street. Nope, I’m writing this from a coffee shop in London, England- my home for … Continue reading #PaxAbroad: The Prequel
I am a firm believer that no one can predict the future. As a public relations practitioner, I am part of an industry that is evolving at a rate far too rapid to even pretend so-called “experts” know what to expect. According to Rohit Bhargava, the author of my latest read “Non-Obvious- How To Think … Continue reading Smart Students with Shiny Shoes: the Future of Public Relations
In case you missed it, here's a recap of the moment Left Shark was introduced to the world courtesy of YouTube user pnthrpaw. I’m not going to lie, I had no idea what the fuss was all about when BuzzFeed articles started popping up about Katy Perry’s Left Shark. Who would have thought the thing … Continue reading Why Everyone Should Take Branding Lessons From Left Shark
Well, we’ve made it thirteen days into 2015, and I have to say I’ve set some pretty high expectations for myself. 2015 is the year I want to establish my unique voice in the social media marketing industry, landing a one-of-a-kind internship. It’s the first year I’m making it my mission to run a half … Continue reading My (Lack Of) Predictions for 2015