Archive for the ‘Conferences’ Category


Road Tripping Texas: Austin Bound!

This month has been a month of traveling Texas! Last week I was in Corpus working an event at Whataburger field, this week I am in Austin for the Texas Nonprofit Summit. The life of a PR Girl is never boring, that I can say for sure. I am here in Austin helping spread the word about an AMAZING Direct Energy grant program called Reduce Your Use for Good. We know that small changes can make a BIG difference. Direct
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Oh! Hello there blog.

Once upon a time, I said I was going to blog once a week… which has clearly not happened. And you know what? I am really okay with that. So rather than going into a long rant about how much I suck at blogging, or making a promise to myself to blog more or even writing something thoughtful at all, I’m just going to tell you in a nice, neat, numbered list, what my life has looked like over the
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Once Upon a Conference

A wise woman once told me that to be a good writer, you have to actually write. So the same goes for bloggers right; to be a good blogger means you actually have to blog. That’s what I tell my clients anyway. Well once upon a conference, I forgot about my blog because “things just got too busy.” Now the conference has come and gone and for the first time in two months, I find myself without an excuse not
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Love Meerkats and Marketing?

I’ve been talking a lot about it on Twitter and Facebook so I’m sure you’ve heard me gushing, but I’m super excited to announce my participation in the first annual Schipul Web Marketing Conference…. or as we Schipulites like to call it: SchipulCon09. Since my bartending college days, throwing a great party has been my specialty so you can bet SchipulCon09 is going to be one. It’s this October 15 & 16 and yes…. we’re taking over the Houston Zoo!!
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Channeling my Inner Army Chick

On December 13, 2002 I joined the Army Reserves. Swearing in was one of the most amazing and important decisions I have ever made. I often get asked why I decided to join the Army and I think my answer is fairly simple. I wanted to be a part of something greater than I am. I wanted to be pushed to my limits and I wanted to do something good for my country. Let’s fast forward seven years…. I am
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