My college degree is more or less in journalism. Technically, it’s in English, but considering I spent an average of 40-60 hours per week (if not more) at the University of Michigan’s student newspaper, The Michigan Daily, I learned far more about journalism than I ever did about English literature. Because of my own history, I tend to view bloggers as solo journalists who become experts in whatever fields they write about. Of course, traditional journalists typically have to follow
I’m a huge fan of Serena Williams, not because I necessarily love tennis but because she’s one of the greatest athletes – male or female – of our time, and I love supporting women who dominate at whatever they choose to do. After she won Wimbledon I started stalking her Twitter account and I found a link to the video below, which is a collaboration between MAKERS and Lean In.
Why Our Definition Of Failure Is All Wrong PSA: There's no such thing as overnight success. Posted by The Huffington Post on Tuesday, 16 February 2016 This is a great reminder as we start new blogs and work to excel at old ones. There’s no such thing as overnight success and sometimes our greatest achievements are a result of favor. Keep striving! Keep blogging!
“Someday when you get where you’re going, you’ll look around and you will know that it was you and the people who love you who put you there.” – Taylor Swift At the 2016 Grammy Awards Taylor Swift gave an inspirational speech after she became the first woman in history to win Album of the Year twice. Part of the reason for the speech was to cast shade at Kanye West who implied that she owed her success to