It’s been a while. It’s been a while since I’ve picked up my computer. It’s been a while since I’ve felt the least bit inspired.
It’s crazy to think that I have been in Costa Rica for nearly a month.
It blows my mind that I am even writing this right now. Within the next two weeks of January 2019, I am going to be packing up my bags, clearing out my belongings, and moving, yet again, to a different country.
How informed consumption and selective purchasing gives power back to the consumer.
After recently graduating college and with 2018 off to a quick start, I thought it was important to make these affirmations not only to myself, but to everyone out there who is on the edge of following their dreams.
Hopefully, this will push you over that edge.
Re-Learning America and what it truly means to go with the flow.
Social media has alway come naturally to me. As a millennial, social media was just a way of life for me as a grew up along side of it. Myspace and AOL fell away to new giants like Twitter and Facebook, and I followed along with the wave of people. Throughout my Mobile Social JournalismContinue reading “My Mobile Social Media Experience”
I used to work at a summer camp every summer. It was called Camp Rushford, a Department of Environmental Conservation run camp, where children were able to come and stay for a week in the Allegany wilderness to experience the importance of protecting our environment. During these weeks, children (well, 11-14 year olds) were instructedContinue reading “Hydrate or Die.”
The classroom of Williams 225 on Ithaca College campus buzzed with excitement and creativity as the e-board and performing members of Spit That! , Ithaca College‘s only spoken word poetry club, prepare for the upcoming Annual Spring Showcase. This year marks the 10th anniversary of Spit That! as an organization within Ithaca College and the clubContinue reading “Ithaca College Spit That! Club prepares for Award Winning Actress Guest Performer”
Last Friday, our Mobile Social Journalism class had a Skype session with Christina Loman, an Ithaca College alumni who is currently working for Syracuse.com . Christina’s supervisor Katie Kramer was also a part of this Skype session. She discussed how recently, Syracuse.com made a serious transition, as most newspapers have, from print writing first to digital,Continue reading “What I learned from Syracuse.com”