The PR industry comes with a lot of perks – one of these perks is being invited to more events than I can schedule into my little week-day planner. Most of the events take place right after work so a
As mm/c’s New York Director, I spend a fair amount of time traveling between Boston and the Big Apple. My preferred mode of transportation? These days, it’s the bus. Bolt Bus, to be exact: After a lifetime of bus avoidance
One person’s misery is another person’s delight. Ok, I just made that up. But it’s true – we often can’t help but laugh at someone else’s misfortune. For example, my co-worker loves watching “people falling down” on YouTube. Seriously –
I would describe the current jewelry trend as “feminine bad-ass.” Designers are taking various metals, pearls, rhinestones (and, quite honestly, what looks like anything they could find in their tool box!), and twisting it all together into something pretty cool.
It all began when I bought my boyfriend the Nintendo Wii for his birthday. When purchasing this video game system, I had no intention of playing anything but a match of interactive tennis once in a blue moon. Well, I
After enduring the mocking wrath that is my coworkers’ disbelief that I must be the only person in the entire city of Boston who doesn’t listen to my iPod during my commute, I feel it necessary to explain my old-school
Two of my best friends just got a cat. I’ve always wanted a dog but haven’t taken the plunge. Why? Because I live in a city and I think it’s cruel to quarantine a dog in a tiny apartment for