With 2016 fast approaching, it’s time to start thinking of your PR strategy for the coming year.
In my searches for something interesting to share on a lazy spring morning, I came across this video from TO-FU design on staying creative. It is such a simple video, yet so well designed that I actually watched it a couple of times. If you need a few reminders about how to keep the creative juices flowing, here are 29 ways you may want to consider. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
With Christmas just around the corner, I am sure you are all running around buying and wrapping presents, cooking and traveling all over creation. I am in the same boat, but I thought it may be interesting to take a quick break and reflect on the holiday itself. For a holiday we spend so much time thinking about all year, there is still much we don’t know about it. Here are a few stats and facts I was able to uncover that you may not have known about Christmas. Enjoy!
OK, so unless you are REALLY delinquent in your Christmas shopping and are going to be out until the stores close tonight, you likely will be looking for something to watch. How about a good Christmas movie? With so many holiday movies to choose from these days, the little visual elves at Lemon.ly have created this fun and informative infographic flow chart to help us in our Christmas movie selection. Just answer a few quick questions and you’ll have the perfect movie selection for the evening.
Horror movies generally go in one direction or another. Either they are great or they absolutely suck and there is very little in between. To save you from having to crack a few eggs and sit through a dud or two, here is a quick rundown of the 10 movies I think will have you sleeping with the lights on this weekend.
There are 1,000’s of awesome gluten-free recipes out there. Unfortunately, there are also a few bad ones. I figured it would be fun to share a few of my family’s favorites and give a little credit to the websites that have helped bring a little flavor back to my family’s Sunday dinners. Most of these items are pretty quick to make and taste as good, if not better than, the gluten version.