Social Media Fads: Why Snapchat Isn’t Going Anywhere

I've always been obsessed with social media. Ever since joining AOL Instant Messenger in elementary school, I'm all about trying out the newest fads in social technology. Anyone else remember ICQ?  The best part about working in digital marketing, especially with social media and content marketing, is that I get to use and plan usage … Continue reading Social Media Fads: Why Snapchat Isn’t Going Anywhere

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The Unicorn Frappuccino: Stop Freaking Out Over Its Sugar Content

Yesterday, my news feeds were full of sparkly, pastel drinks from Starbucks -- the unicorn frappuccino! In case you live under a rock, it's a limited edition drink that is sweet and sour, but mostly Instagrammable. My favorite post so far has been by my friend, Tahnee. Today, my news feeds are full of people … Continue reading The Unicorn Frappuccino: Stop Freaking Out Over Its Sugar Content

Indulging While Training: Learning to Enjoy Food without a Reward

Recovering from an eating disorder is weird. It’s not like curing a disease or overcoming an addiction. To live, you must eat, so recovery is often a lifelong battle to find balance in a healthy relationship with food. Although never clinically diagnosed, I was able to overcome a variety of eating disorders through fitness and … Continue reading Indulging While Training: Learning to Enjoy Food without a Reward

From an Outsider’s Perspective: Artificial Intelligence

I’ve recently begun working for Accenture, one of the largest IT firm, but within a small team that is almost like a startup. Amidst a period of transition and rebranding, I’ve been hired on as a Marketing & Social Media Analyst. Three weeks in, it’s already very challenging, and I love it. Working with breakthrough … Continue reading From an Outsider’s Perspective: Artificial Intelligence