Tag: 30-day-blog-challenge

  • The Challenge Sweeping the Nation

    The Challenge Sweeping the Nation

    I suck at challenges. I apologize to anyone who has challenged me to push ups or questionnaires, thirty days of blog posts or 90 days of videos. Sorry, it’s just not my thing. Maybe it’s because I do not have a competitive bone in my body and the idea of someone “throwing down the gauntlet”…

  • Travel Tuesday: California Dreaming

    When you find yourself stuck at home with a foot of snow blocking the driveway, and a restless toddler in tow, it’s easy to find yourself California dreamin’ .  There’s something about California, and it’s more than just the weather, it is an attitude, more laid-back than its East Coast counterparts. It is the people,…

  • Can I Pick Your Brain?

    Go ahead, pick my brain. No, really. I do enjoy brainstorming. But don’t buy me a cup of coffee and call it a consultation. That’s another matter. For now, let’s share ideas and see what happens. No matter how connected we are to each other online and through technology, nothing beats the human connection. You…

  • Walking and Running to Raise Funds and Find Cures

    We walk to find a cure for cancer. We walk to end Alzheimer’s Disease. We walk, run, and bike in different “thons” for charity but I wonder if we’re making any real difference. These organized charity events successfully raise millions of dollars for research, but more than money, I realize that we are making a…

  • Coming Together After Disaster With Social Media

    Friday night and I’m home flipping between the Undercover Boss and the telethon benefiting the Red Cross in the wake of Hurricane Sandy,which affected many people on the East Coast. The hour-long telethon “Hurricane Sandy: Coming Together” featured performers who came from places affected by the storm including Bruce Springsteen and Jon Bon Jovi from New…

  • TV Goes Social

    In another life, I’d be a couch potato. Seriously. I do enjoy television. These days, with no time to watch television shows when they are actually aired, the DVR is my best friend. I also like that I can look up a hashtag on Twitter or check a show’s Facebook page to see what I…