City VS Country

By | November 28th, 2016|

My Spartan Trifecta Race teammate, Melissa taught TRX this spring and didn't notice J-Lo in her class. She didn't notice her entourage either. Lady Gaga needs to come to the country y'all where no one will recognize her because today she is crying she is so famous she "misses people." Country folk will see right through that. [...]

Power to the Peaceful

By | November 9th, 2016|

Stress resilience is a trending term today. Media say acceptance is a stress-resilient trait. For sure acceptance is something I've learned in my own life. Werner Erhard said, "Happiness is accepting what is." I love exploring what it means to be happy. In today's political climate, it's important, I feel, to infuse the public conversation with [...]

You’re Friendly. Your Website Should Be Too.

By | October 19th, 2016|

Your customers love you. Your competitors admire you. Your mission to inspire change in the world is beautiful. But does your website reflect that? Is it even mobile friendly? On April 21, 2015, Google expanded its search algorithm to include mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal. This is old news by now. But surprisingly, I still [...]

Quit Clowning Around!

By | October 14th, 2016|

Creepy clowns are frowned upon and in some communities, banned this year. When I was a children's entertainer during undergraduate school, I never painted my face. It scared too many preschoolers. As an adult, you know what scares me? Two-faced people. Anyone who knows me personally knows one thing for sure: I speak straight. What [...]

Baby Got Back

By | September 27th, 2016|

Every woman loves being called a pig. Especially after you've won the Miss Universe pageant. Alicia Machado developed an eating disorder after Donald Trump called her Miss Piggy. Body shaming and the presidential debates are hot news today - again. If you've not tagged your media pitching to how women view their own bodies or [...]

For the Health of It

By | September 12th, 2016|

At six, I cried when my mother cleaned with ammonia, thinking she'd get pneumonia from it. She clarified it for me with a giggle. I passed out from pneumonia when I was 16. Attending a performing arts high school, I fainted into my father's arms in the parking lot while playing Miss Hannigan in Annie. [...]

Videos: Size IS everything

By | August 30th, 2016|

When it comes to videos, size does matter. But in this case, the smaller, the better - and if you don’t believe me, just take a look around your social media landscape. Whether it’s Vine, Twitter, Snapchat, or Facebook, all viral hits stick to these two golden rules: 1 Captivating stories that move [...]

Be Digital… AND Authentic

By | August 25th, 2016|

Storytelling and showcasing has never been easier than it is today. In this digital age, you and your brand can reach out effortlessly. I love the sheer prospect of this! Because now all you need is the power of video. The possibilities are endless for your story to shine through. If you choose [...]