The past few weeks have been craaaaaa-zy. Client work, home stuff and kid stuff all seemed to converge at the same time and then we went on a 7-day cruise to the Bahamas. We just got back yesterday and I’m buried in dirty, wet, smelly laundry. All of this is to explain why I have been AWOL of late.
Two weeks ago, I posted that I was tired all the time and that I needed a miracle. I had just read The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod, which advocates that if
I know I don’t get enough sleep. I am tired all the time, which sometimes makes me really fun (read: sarcasm) to be around.
The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus launched with much fanfare selling more than 10 million units during its opening weekend,
Most great ideas are born out of a need that is not being met.
Many of us, at some point in our careers, have wanted to tell our boss “to take this job and shove it”
Have you ever had one of those moments when you thought “what are the odds of that happening?” Like you think of someone you haven’t seen in 20 years and that day you run into them in the produce section of the grocery store.
Did you know that you can now read Today’s Innovative Woman, Rochester, the newest local magazine for women entrepreneurs, from your smartphone?
When you have it all (or think you do), the idea of walking away from it is, well, CRAZY.
The media is well known for sticking its nose in where it doesn’t belong.
The City of Rochester — my city — is in mourning. Still reeling from the death of Rochester police officer Daryl Pierson, who was killed Wednesday night doing what he loved
Hot off the press! The September/October issue of Today’s Innovative Woman Rochester is out today!
Welcome to Media Monday at Studio 4 PR! Every Monday, I’ll be sharing stories of entrepreneurs doing cool things. If I can’t find any stories of entrepreneurs doing cool things, I’ll share other stories that will either cause you to pause, cry, or bust a gut laughing. Most of the time, they’ll be relevant …
Valerie Groth was a school social worker in Chicago’s inner city.
The latest “movement” to take the Internet by storm is the Ice Bucket Challenge. In it, people dump a bucket of ice water on themselves in front of a video camera, post it on Facebook, and then challenge others to do the same.