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Why should advertisers invest in platforms (i.e. Pinterest, Snap Chat, etc.) before they have paid advertising opportunities?

Persuading customers to be interested in a brand gets more complicated with each development in technology and media. As soon as a client gets comfortable that a particular media type is reaching their consumer, an advancement occurs causing the consumer to change their behaviour (i.e the rapid growth in social media platforms causing consumers to change the way that they consume content).  604 more words


Grown Up Cooking: Chicken & Sweet Potato Salad

There are all manner of student cookbooks online and in real life (you might even remember I contributed to one myself over the summer!) Everyone expects students to be skint and unable to cook anything than pasta, and those cookbooks  556 more words

Food & Drink

Incorporating Essential Oils in Recipes

A few weeks ago my friend hosted a party promoting Doterra essential oils. I attended with the primary purpose of showing support. I planned to possibly buy a lavender oil for baths or what not but as oils were passed around, I began to sniff and slowly become hooked. 457 more words


Crockpot Spicy Corn Dip

Who doesn’t love a delicious dip? Any time I am invited to a tailgate, wine night or any other party with hor dourves, I always remember the best dip. 234 more words


Japan 2015, Episode 1: In the Air Again

Well, well, well.

It’s been a while, gang. Between wrapping up busy season, promoting some life changes, and dealing with some *lovely* unforeseen events, I once again fell off the map for a while. 1,561 more words

Japan Travel

What to wear...What not to wear? Workplace edition.

This particular post veers more toward work-related, so I know my Linked In followers will be happy about this one, as it’s not as personal, and perhaps will not make my work acquaintances  920 more words


Helping Students Navigate the New Career Marketplace

by James M. Citrin, author of The Career Playbook: Essential Advice for Today’s Aspiring Young Professionals (Crown Business, April 2015)

The career marketplace for new graduates and millennials (the approximately 82 million people born between 1981 and about 2000) has never been more competitive, unstructured, and difficult to navigate. 402 more words

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