#LillyForTarget PR Dream, IT Nightmare

If you’re a Florida girl like me and live in the South, then the Lilly for Target designer collaboration aka “Pink Sunday” was as exciting as Christmas morning. Thousands of women (me included) set their alarms at 3am to snag clothing, accessories, children’s items and home decor from this one-of-a-kind designer collection. From a PR […]

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Back In The Saddle…For Now

Giving it a go with a twist…this blog will now chronicle my adventures as a wife, mother and pr pro. Wish me luck!

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Email Etiquette: From Hey! to Best

I receive hundreds of emails a week and I’m always surprised at the approach some people take with email communication. From big wigs to students, there is never a shortage of interesting phrases, content and tones. Perhaps I over think content and messaging because of what I do for a living, but I value people […]

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Communicating at Conference: An opportunity to reach your desired audiences

I love public speaking. There’s something exciting about sharing your knowledge and stories with a room full of people, connecting with them, making them laugh, answering questions. For communication professionals, especially for us agency folks, speaking engagements are an amazing opportunity to reach a large audience and showcase our work and capabilities. I find annual […]

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New Year’s Work Resolutions

2010 was one for the books – personally and professionally I had a phenomenal year. I got engaged, became the president of the Capital Chapter of the Florida Public Relations Association, am a board member of the Junior League of Tallahassee and took on a new position as the PR Director at Kidd Group. Some […]

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Facebook Confessionlas: TMI

Don’t get me wrong…I love Facebook as much as the next person. My problem isn’t with Facebook, it’s with the people and their affinity for oversharing. I won’t name any names, but there are certain users who go a bit crazy in the status update department. I feel like some of the posts are reminiscent […]

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