I attended my first Columbus Startup Week yesterday. I'd heard others tell me how neat this event was and the price of the conference was right. It's all free! It was an inspiring day with a diverse group of people who all shared a love for both Columbus and innovation. I just attended on Thursday… Continue reading What I learned at Columbus Startup Week:
Being a young professional in the public relations industry is so exciting! And yet, kind of scary at the same time. There’s a lot to juggle and unfortunately, your Communications 102 course didn’t cover networking. Here’s some advice for millennials looking to grow their career in the PR industry. Utilize all of LinkedInYou probably made… Continue reading Career Growth Tips for Millennial PR Professionals
I wanted to start exercising this spring. When I was researching gyms to possibly join in Columbus, I stumbled upon ClassPass. I'd seen their Facebook Ads and wanted to learn more about them. The trial offer was a good deal and I was excited about the idea of trying new studios to consider joining. From April… Continue reading ClassPass
These are some potential social media posts I created for Hidden Creek Landscaping. My Advice: -Be Humorous Don’t shy away from puns and plant-humor - Add a Call-to-Action to the employee recognition posts“Comment below if you’ve had the pleasure of working with any of these great employees” Finally we are almost done with worrying about frost. The crocuses are popping… Continue reading Hidden Creek social media posts
Happy Cinco de Mayo! I celebrated by creating these adorable cookie tacos for a surprise birthday party for one of Nate's friends. Colorful Cookie TacosThis type of plate helped the tacos stay upright Ingredients:Golden OreosSprinklesChocolate Frosting Food Coloring (green, yellow, red)Coconut flakes (I used unsweetened) Instructions: Using the food coloring, dye the coconut flakes a green (lettuce) or an orange-yellow color… Continue reading Cookie de Tacos
I don't know if I can even call myself a blogger anymore because this "blog" has been nothing but dust and tumbleweeds. Ugh, I hope this isn't one of those "Heyyyy guys srry I fell off the face of the earth" blog posts.I've been living IRL and leaving reviews of Columbus places I've been to… Continue reading It’s me, blog. Been a while.
From ThisWeek News Westerville News and Public Opinion Read it also on ThisWeekNews.comWednesday May 27, 2015 2:17 PMSome students read a book for fun every now and then. Others read only those books assigned by their teachers at school.And then, there are the students who read at least a book a day. Really.Gabby Freshly, just finishing… Continue reading 8th-grader reads circles around librarian, classmates
See this on ThisWeekNews.comBy DEBBIE GILLUMSunday May 31, 2015 2:15 PMJohnstown Village officials said they have seen a recent increase in nonpayment of water service bills which are costly to the village.They also said they believe the service shutoffs are preventable.Village Service Director Jack Liggett said three village employees were required to shut off water services for… Continue reading Village officials says water shutoffs expensive, preventable