The New York Series, Part IV

Excerpts from “Formative: The Years That Changed Everything”Here we are, at one of my favorite parts in the story of my grandparents! The following is the (TRUE!) story of how they met. Valentine’s Day. School dance. 1963.Want to know what happened before this? Catch up here.Photo by Andrew Knechel on UnsplashKathleen, February 1963Kathleen had finally made it... Continue Reading →

The New York Series, Part III

Excerpts from “Formative: The Years That Changed Everything”Photo by Samuel Zeller on UnsplashA little confused? Want to read the first two parts? Catch up here.Tommy, March 1961He felt suspended, on edge, hopeful. A few weeks ago he found out that somehow, he’d managed to score well enough on the SAT to get a tuition waiver from New... Continue Reading →

A Note On Living Alone

What I Learned When I Traded 10,000 Lakes For 1,000,000 PeopleAs someone who is revisiting this piece only three weeks before graduating college, I can say that this year of twenty-one has been a fast changing one. Most of this post arose when I was in the really hard part of living on my own... Continue Reading →

Let’s Talk Copy: Building SERENDIPITY

How Titles and Tag Lines Made A Professional Development Conference ShineOver the summer of 2017, I had the pleasure of helping to plan The GUILD’s first ever professional development conference, which welcomed over 250 women to San Francisco to hear from experts in industries ranging from tech to fitness. On top of coordinating dozens of... Continue Reading →

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