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3 Indoor Spots To Try This Summer

No one in the history of mankind has ever called me “outdoorsy”. I am in no way a hiking boots, knee-deep in dirt, grab the fish by your bare hands kind of girl. I don’t even know if that’s how you actually catch a fish. If it’s more than 90 degrees outside you can...

BEST MOVIES TO WATCH AFTER WORK

A quick bit of context for what you’re about to read: There’s no such thing as a typical work day in the PR field. With such a fast-paced and exciting job, finding the best way to wind down after work is very important. For me, watching a good movie is the best way to...

Celebrating National Pretzel Day

These days, it seems there is a “national day” for everything. There’s National Oyster Day, National Strawberry Ice Cream Day, and even National Beer Day (a favorite of mine). But yesterday, April 26, was a special national day, it was National Pretzel Day and...

Nearly Five Years Later…

When I look back to when I was a child – let’s rewind to 10 years old – and was asked what I wanted to be when I grew up, I never uttered the words “public relations professional.” If I remember correctly, I said a veterinarian or a horse doctor. I loved animals and...

5 Resources for Non-designers to Create Beautiful Graphics

One of the best parts of working in public relations is you quickly become an expert in a little bit of everything. In my first six months at Kirvin Doak Communications I’ve had to learn about retail, NASCAR, construction, homelessness, hospitality, adult beverages...

How to Successfully #Adult as a Twenty-Something

Wouldn’t it be great if someone wrote a personalized how-to guide to surviving your twenties? Until that happens, here are a couple of helpful tips for transitioning from a twenty-something college student into a twenty-something adult. [gallery columns="4"...

The Beginner’s Guide to Getting What You Want

I should probably put a disclaimer here; I may not be a complete beginner at getting what I want. I am an only child, after all. This is, however, the first year of my life that I feel even remotely qualified to be giving advice on achieving things in a professional...

Pumpkin Picasso and the Shame of Adulting

Fall. The time of year when leaves turn shades of orange and red, brisk breezes ruffle scarves, boots are required and the smell of pumpkin wafts through the air…if you live somewhere else. Here in Vegas, fall means 80 degree weather, there are no trees to look at and...

Wait, this isn’t the Olympics!

If my diary from when I was eight were correct, I should be touring the world after winning my Olympic medal by now. It would also say I should be married to Aaron Carter, but that's beside the point. I spent a third of my life waking up before the sun, lacing up my...

5 Ways to Stay Friends After College

At Southern Utah University I got more than two college degrees and six years of memories. I found my closest friends, my soul mates. I found people that shared my interests, my intellect and my humor. We are there for each other for everything from celebrating...

Best Spots for Live Music in Vegas

I’m not good at sticking with hobbies; I never have been…my attention span is ENTIRELY too short for knitting, fencing or playing piano. But one “hobby” I have been unable to shake is going to concerts and music festivals. Excessively. And I’m not ashamed to say that...

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