Twitter made me who I am.

Twitter made me who I am

That probably sounds like a loaded claim, right? One more crazy social media obsessor, trying to find overt ways to justify our social media overuse. I know, the title’s a little “extreme.” Twitter isn’t the only thing that’s led me … Continue reading

So, this is unemployment.

So this is unemployment

Opening up the Candidness Can in 3…2…1… In advertising, you have to know you’re stepping into a volatile industry.¬†Sometimes, partings of ways have to happen. I’m currently unemployed and there was nothing I could do to prevent it. It wasn’t … Continue reading

What can we learn from Cory Monteith and Finn Hudson?

What can we learn from Cory Monteith and Finn Hudson

In mid-July, America (and I’m assuming much of the world outside of it) was rocked with the tragic news of Cory Monteith’s death. As a lead actor for the hit show Glee, he was a pop culture icon. As his … Continue reading

The wonderful, complicated, tragic truth about food.

food is complicated dialogue discussion

In May, I wrote a post entitled “Food is complicated.”¬†It was sort of a follow-up post to my big confession regarding my battle with an eating disorder in college. Well, I wanted to add some more depth to the complicated … Continue reading

So a country girl and a suburbanite walk into a bar…

Nightwolf Kelly six month anniversary

Those of you who enjoy reading the more ridiculous of my posts may have seen this one about details. Essentially, it was about how my boyfriend (whom I lovingly refer to as Nightwolf on his blog) and I completely screwed … Continue reading

Celebrate life, support World Suicide Prevention Day.

World Suicide Prevention Day

Every now and this, this blog sees some posts that are a bit more candid, maybe even shocking, regarding my struggles with bipolar disorder and bulimia. While I like to think I’m a better, more stable, happier, healthier, more grounded … Continue reading

A young professional’s top travel tips.

travel tips packing carry on

As a young professional, I spend a lot of time learning lessons the hard way. It’s not for lack of advice — there are just a million and one things that seasoned pros take for granted that the pups like … Continue reading