Welcome!

 

One of my resolutions for 2016 was to create my own website. It has been a long time coming! So here we are, with three weeks left in the year, and my personal website is finally up an running. Better late than never, right? 

Here’s to self-improvement and meeting goals!

In all seriousness, I have a passion for digital marketing. Through a newly found support system, I have been encouraged and inspired to get out there and pursue it. I love the projects I have worked on so far, which includes everything from nonprofits, to political campaign fundraising, to small business, and everything in between. Each client comes to me with a vision, but apprehensive about acting on it. Through a few brainstorming sessions and a bit of work, we were able to make their dreams come to live. Solving these types of problems and helping businesses thrive is the most rewarding job ever!

In the spirit of staying accountable, I also plan to share reflections, life-hacks, pep-talks, and all around beneficial blog articles in this space. Lord know, I need 'em. If anyone else reads them, bonus! Here are sources I will be calling upon for these articles, to name a few:

  • Brené Brown. If you have not read her book Daring Greatly, then your life has not really begun.

  • Heather Mansfield. The website Nonprofit Tech for Good is a bible. Seriously.

  • Dale Carnegie. How to Win Friends and Influence People has the most simple and timeless life reminders! It takes guts to be gentle and kind. Also it's $3 on Kindle.

  • Google Academy. Can I get a woot woot for online classes and certifications?!

  • Jen Sincero. In good days and bad days, the audio book You are a Badass was something I needed to hear. On repeat.

  • Elizabeth Gilbert. Her Big Magic musings on perfectionism in art and leadership cut me to the core. 

  • Andy Stanley and Craig Groeschel. Download their leadership podcasts and make them part of your weekly routine. Now. 

  • Life Coaching. Blush life coaching has really helped this millennial put things in perspective. A kick in the pants and a pep-talk wrapped into one package. Woof.

I hope I can help share the life skills, training, and tips that I have picked up on along the way. I am eternally grateful to those who have supported me, listened to me, and encouraged me so far. Love you all!