It seems many people have their own philosophy on Facebook friends; who to send a friend request to, when to accept requests, when to delete people (if ever), etc. Some people want a large number of friends and go so far as to add people they’ve met once for 5 minutes, while others have a strict… Continue reading To friend, or not to friend?
Two years ago when I moved to Central Alberta and hired as a Communications Coordinator for a school board, I made it my department’s mission to generate a fun and interactive online community for all schools within the school division. While twelve out of nineteen schools had a Facebook page, many were not updated regularly,… Continue reading Making a National Top Ten List!
Last year my colleague and I attended the iMEDIA Social Media Conference in Edmonton. We found it to be highly beneficial having learned from young industry professionals in the media, social media, marketing and branding industries. So, we decided to attend this year’s conference. Unfortunately my colleague was sick this year and had to miss… Continue reading A Review of iMEDIA Social Media Conference 2017
“Maybe every once in a while we can take a break from doing everything faster and quicker to reflect on who we are and where we are going.” ~ Joe Plumeri Around the time of my last birthday, roughly three months ago, I envisioned what kind of life I wanted to be living by my next… Continue reading Always be improving.
It’s January of a new year. If your social media news feeds are anything like mine, the last of December and the first of January were filled with deep reflections, mild cursing of the last year, fitness resolutions, and overall anticipation of a wonderful year ahead. As many of us set New Years Resolutions, I… Continue reading Vibe Tribe
Well, it’s been three months since I have written anything. Since September, my workload has increased and ultimately, a lot of my free time has gone into other activities. Oftentimes when I come home from work, I like to avoid the computer and social media, having been on one for the majority of my day.… Continue reading That calling we all feel.
Not too long ago, I was asked to write a thesis to wrap up my apprenticeship with Elephant Journal. Since it was due shortly after getting back from an out of province trip to see family and would be busy heading back to earth, I knew I needed to write about something that would just… Continue reading Dating a Younger Man.
I wrote this article in mid August while in Ontario visiting family and friends. Keeping up with the elephant apprenticeship was tricky during this time, so I am pleased to see this article has now been published. Please click here to read this article on elephant journal. It was just another day at the local… Continue reading This is the Mentality that is making our Earth go Down the Drain.
I suddenly became an accessible hippie—not one with dreadlocks playing hacky sack in the park—the kind business-people try to avoid.
I am blessed to have some really great friends. I really am. Many girls struggle to find “real” girlfriends; ones you can talk to in a time of need, ones that don’t judge and understand, ones that really love and support you. My friends would give me the shirt off their back if I asked for… Continue reading The fear of confrontation over conversation.