I’m not going to lie- I’ve had a reminder set to write this blog since November. Each day I have pushed it back, and back, and back. I just didn’t know what to write about! So today, I read a blog by a friend of mine and it inspired me to write this. Here are … More My Early 20s Life Lessons
Hey friends and neighbors! I had to share this awesome article. 7 different ways to brew coffee. Check it out! 7 Ways to Brew Coffee
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? The inception of this blog has catapulted me down an internal rabbit hole that I had not anticipated. My search for content to fill the metaphorical blank pages of my blog has forced me to examine my own my life in a new way — looking at what parts…
I must admit, I have heard quite a bit about the Hattiesburg Zoo over the past couple of years and never made a point to go. I honestly thought, “It’s in Hattiesburg, how great can it be?” Last week I saw the cutest picture on Facebook of this sloth hugging a father and son and … More Why Hattiesburg Zoo.
What does it mean to have two jobs in one? Lots of miles You learn desk workouts People don’t understand what you do, or if you work at all You have a lot of fun You never get bored You don’t have time to write a lengthy blog It bothers you that your blog and … More What Does it Mean to Have 2 Jobs in One?
There’s a reason Public Relations is known as one of the most stressful jobs. It’s all about opinion- and everybody has one. Everything a company does, someone is going to love it and someone is going to hate it. For a perfectionist to let that sink in and be ok with that- it’s not easy. … More Walking in the #PR World
Wow. I graduated. I’m actually done. In May I graduated The University of Southern Mississippi and I have been completely overwhelmed since. I was so focused on graduating with honors and finishing strong, that I failed to REALLY look beyond graduation. FYI- I needed a 3.5 GPA to graduate with honors…. I graduated with a … More College Dos and Preparing for “The Real World”
Ethics: a system of moral principles. the rules of conduct recognized in respect to a particular class ofhuman actions or a particular group, culture. Being ethical in the journalism industry is of most importance. One of the most questionable lines journalist tend to cross in the line of fact and fiction. In some instances, this line is clear as day, however, sometimes it is not as clear. There are principles to help journalist navigate between these blurred … More How To Be Ethical
Check out my latest blog on Southern Miss Feature Writing! Writing and Critiquing Features.
Leads to a story can be tricky. Sometimes, I’ll write the body of the story first and the lead last. Leads should be enticing, interesting and compelling. The reader should be drawn in to read the rest of the story. The dramatic lead. “His classmates called him “the leper,” because measles had left his 12-year-old … More What’s In a Lead?