The axe was heavier than I anticipated. It was small but mighty, and as I raised it over my head and back between my shoulder blades, I wondered if I'd ever hit the target. This all came into swing at CONEX: The Content Experience, Uberflip's user conference in Toronto over three warm, summery days in August. The event … Continue reading What Axe Throwing Taught Me About Content Marketing
Over a team dinner of authentic Italian food tucked away in the hills of San Francisco, a small group of coworkers, including myself, celebrated another teammate over bubbly conversations and freshly made pasta. We blended stories of our personal and professional lives as fluidly as the warm Parmesan cheese melted over the asparagus side dish. … Continue reading What Drives You?
I've been a fan of the stage for as long as I can remember. At three years old, I was tapping in a tutu while soaking up the excitement of the bright lights. Throughout my childhood, I packed my bags for acting camp in the summers, and auditioned in New York City in the winters. … Continue reading Can Your Hobby Help Your Career? Yes.
Before I used to love New York City. The bustling crowds, the beautiful architecture, the overstuffed deli sandwiches, the ear-blasting concerts, and the endless (literally shop til you drop) storefronts. Growing up right outside of the city, I’d take day trips there with my parents, field trips with my classmates, date nights with boys, and … Continue reading Making 1000 New Memories to Erase One
We’re always searching for something great. It could be that amazing restaurant, or a new pair of shoes, or on a bigger scale, landing that dream job. For me, it was finding that rewarding volunteering activity. I’ve done a lot of volunteering. Once I joined a group of coworkers to scoop ice cream at AT&T … Continue reading I Found the Best Volunteering Activity and It’s with My Dog
I've been in theatre my entire life. At age three, my mother put me in a tutu, as I pranced around a dance recital stage. When I was seven, she started driving me to New York City for off-off Broadway show auditions. In the summers of my preteen years, my mom would wake me … Continue reading How Theatre Makes You a Stronger Person
My husband is not a content marketer. He’s not on Twitter. His LinkedIn page exists because it’s as much of a staple as his white t-shirts. My husband is a videographer, an editor, and a director of photography. Working with multiple clients as a freelancer, he balances a roster of amazingly diverse clients from nonprofits … Continue reading How My Husband Created a Video with 15 Million Views