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

The honest take on Chipotle’s ad, “The Scarecrow”

Chipotle The Scarecrow Funny Or Die

I wrote a commentary of Chipotle’s “The Scarecrow” ad in my last post. I had a lot to say about the manipulative nature of the ad, the creative genius, and the huge ethical ramifications of morally-loose advertising like this. It … Continue reading

Eat some Wendy’s. Win $6,000. Sounds like a good day. [Sweepstakes]

Wendy's #6SecondsFlat flatbread #CNCL6

When you work in social media, you find yourself drawn to brands with a dynamic social media presence. I’ve mentioned that Southwest’s social media prowess further solidifies my love for them. Another example of this is Wendy’s. Wendy’s is by far … Continue reading

A new look, and good news!

Lara Stanze Sun-sational Award Winner

Hi friends and esteemed lurkers! Welcome to the new face of my blogtopia. I wanted to find a look and feel for the blog that was both more gender neutral (I don’t want to scare off them menfolk readers with … Continue reading

Help spread a little joy, vote for Lara!

Spread A Little Joy Foundation Logo

I’ve blogged about Nightwolf a bit, but at the risk of ousting his barely-kindasorta-not-really-secret identity, I’m going to write a little about his family here. You see, right around the time I was already falling head over heels for this … Continue reading

‎”Do one thing every day that scares you.”

Bathroom scale bulimia and weight loss

That quote, the one in the title? That’s by Eleanor Roosevelt. A little-known fact about myself is that there’s three people I thoroughly enjoy quoting: Theodore Roosevelt, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Winston Churchill. They just all had a sort of “pluck” … Continue reading

Relay for Life: a continuing adventure

One of the many cancer survivors that we were blessed enough to have join us for the Relay for Life event. Each and every one of them is an inspiration.

I’ve blogged many times in the past about Relay for Life. I’ve participated in five of them, four as a student participant and a fifth as a volunteer DJ with a friend. If you aren’t familiar with Relay for Life, … Continue reading