How I Paid Off $30k in Under 3 Years

student loans paid off

Any time you talk about money you run the risk of offending people, having your financial situation compared to someone else’s, blah blah blah. 🙂 So, with that being said, let’s get a few disclaimers out there. I realize that having about $30,000 in student loans is minuscule compared to what others may have. I also … Read more

Social media unfiltered: It’s okay to break the rules!

First and foremost, I would like to thank Maggie for inspiring me to talk about a subject that’s been heavy on my heart for a while. She recently wrote a blog post that talked about how she was making a commitment to quit “filtering” her life. In this blog post, she announced that she will … Read more

Less social media, more life (from the perspective of a social media manager)

The internet bombards us with information – and when you’re a marketer, you feel that you’re a part of this problem. I love what I do, but sometimes it can get the best of you. When I look around at a restaurant, and I see friends and families staring at their phones or stopping mid-conversation … Read more

Finding Balance in a Diet-Obsessed World

Ahh… a topic that’s so heavy on my heart to write about more often. Everywhere you look, there are messages that target your weight, health (mental and physical), and appearance. Food labels: Fat-free, sugar-free, GMO-free, no hormones, no antibiotics, gluten-free, etc. Women’s “health” magazines: “Flat tummy in 10 days!”, “Lose 7 lbs this week!”, “Eat … Read more