This post originally appeared in 2014 on my Magpie Marketing blog. However, the content is just as relevant today… so here it is again! In 2009, a motley crew assembled in a now-defunct cafe in northwest Arkansas, the unexpected frontrunner for the “business community of the year” award across countless metro cities in the United
Podcasts have had their moment, but now they are really having their moment… there’s a sudden resurgence, and I think that’s partially in response to many of us beginning to feel overwhelmed by all the content dancing before our eyes. I love podcasts for three reasons: I can fixate on doing a deep dive for
This post originally appeared on Arkansas Women Bloggers in early 2016 for the “Adventure” theme. After our recent family adventure to check out the solar eclipse, it felt like time to share it again. In Singapore in the early 1990s. I was raised by a pirate. A Frenchman running from the law sold him
Ok, first and foremost: what the heck are browser extensions? Let’s use Wikipedia’s succinct definition: a plug-in that extends the functionality of a web browser. It’s like one minute you’re Inspector Gadget, strolling along casually saving the world (aka browsing the internet), and the next minute you’re shouting “Go, go gadget arms!” and you
First, the obvious: there are a gazillion devices out there, and we’re probably all feeling like we’re teetering on the brink of insanity and bankruptcy. But before you abandon ship, let me make the case for adding a basic, inexpensive Kindle to your lineup! Now believe me: I am an obnoxious fangirl for all things
READY – needs Audible link, Texture link, additional images and sidebar checks. The plague of a reader (and even more so, a writer) is the inability to find time to read. Aside from the simple pleasure of reading, writers need to inhale the writing of others to create strong content of their own and to
Summer is scrumptious. The days are long and languid while the nights are a little bit calmer and more relaxed. Even those of us who no longer have the luxury of a summer “break” typically find ourselves slowing down, relaxing, lowering our shoulders from our ear lobes and taking an extended exhale. The evenings stretch
Note: this post contains affiliate links. I love Ritual vitamins and believe in them wholeheartedly. If you end up trying Ritual via my links, I receive a commission or fee. wrote recently about how I’m coping with my 40th birthday (hint: not well, but coming to terms). One of the most significant changes I’ve made?