The World vs NCAA March Madness

Iraq. Afghanistan. Libya. The Middle East and North Africa (in general). Earthquakes in New Zealand and Japan causing mass destruction, taking countless lives in their path, and spawning tsunamis and nuclear disasters.  Then, there’s March Madness. My heart aches for the world today.  Maybe it’s because I’m getting older and I’m recognizing the immense gratefulness … Continue reading

Hard-Working Unemployed And Hopeful – Yes That Fits

This is about to be THE most personal blog post I’ve written in a while but I’m inspired to write today because of what I just experienced.  It confirms that while the economy is improving (albeit slowly), the dynamics of the job market haven’t really changed (which is also evidenced by the Bureau of Labor … Continue reading

Reflections of 2010

It’s a Thursday evening — New Year’s Eve eve to be exact — and I sit here reflecting on the year that was, realizing that A LOT has happened in a 12-month span of time.  Not that this is any different than any other year but for some reason this time of reflection seems extra … Continue reading

The 7Ps of Surviving Unemployment

In 2008 the banks began to crumble, the auto industry found themselves in hot water too, the political season ended on Election Day, and as a result of all of that, conventional advertising dollars, the primary source of media revenue, took a nose dive.  Despite every effort my company (Media General Inc / WNCN NBC … Continue reading

Why YOU Should Attend the Food Bank of CENC Social Media Mixer Tomorrow Night!

Tomorrow night I get to be a part of something big – the kick-off to the 3rd annual Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina Kids Summer Stock campaign event, the Social Media Mixer.  My organization, the Tweet Divas, is co-sponsor of this event and I couldn’t be happier to be a Diva today … Continue reading

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