Monthly Archives: May 2014

The Future of Social Media is Terrifyingly Exciting

What will they think of next??? If I knew I probably wouldn’t be sitting at my computer blogging about it, well I might, but I would be surrounded by piles of money. I am not a very futuristic thinker, I … Continue reading

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Did you know you’re walking around with a bulls-eye on your forehead all the time?

Have you ever been looking at an item online and then you start to notice that item popping up in Facebook ads? You may have thought at one time (like I did) “oh my gosh, how crazy!” Turns out, it’s actually not … Continue reading

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The customer is always right…right?

Social media has changed the game for both consumers and companies in so many ways. Even in the past ten years we have seen huge growth with companies across every industry beginning to develop a social media presence in order … Continue reading

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Your health is calling, pick up the phone!

Health is a red-hot topic in America. In a country with a multitude of growing health concerns and media sources so focused on appearances, its no wonder the health and fitness industry is thriving. There are many defining characteristics of … Continue reading

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I just sat and did nothing for 30 minutes… and I wasn’t sleeping #SolitudeChallenge

I’m going to be honest with you… that was a little painful. I never just sit and do nothing! If I ever have downtime I am either on my computer, watching TV, or most likely on my phone. I have … Continue reading

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