10 Funny Ad Fails

Defining Good Ads Since I’ve been writing about ads recently, I figured I’d take the time to write a lighthearted post. Sometimes ads are bad because they offend people and cause drama. Others have mistakes that make us…

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Pepsi Banking Off Social Justice Protests

My last post was about the recent Gillette ad campaign. I went back and forth in how to organize it. Originally, I tried to draft listicle of my opinions on different controversial ads, but I realized the readers…

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Gillette’s Toxic Masculinity Ad: Calling Men Out?

masculine man

Every once in a while ads stupidly offend their intended audience. Usually, social media flames up in angry comments and the companies suffer a PR nightmare. Some mismatched text and/or colors might convey the wrong message. We usually…

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Optimal Workstation Organization

View of employee workstation

I have been thinking more about organization recently, and then a friend shared her new post “3: My workstation”. I think it’s a beautiful post and a great idea. My desk area at work and home is usually…

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Top Personal Management Programs

Top Personal Management Programs

I mentioned in an earlier post how one of my 2019 resolutions is to become more organized overall in life. Part of that goal will involve tracking tasks through digital resources. Over the years since graduating, I’ve used…

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Using Color Connotations in Writing

blob of many color connotation

One of my earliest post on this blog was about how to effectively use connotation in writing. I am happy my readers still find it useful. However, I only touched on part of the concept. Anything can have…

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My 2019 Resolutions: Defining Success

bulls eye target achieving goals

In retrospect, 2018 wasn’t a great year for me. It started with me jobless after I was laid off from a digital marketing company. I transitioned into a trucking company as an office administrator, but it was another…

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Drafting Short Stories Using RPG Sheets

D20 dice in random plot stories

Some days amazing shower thoughts bounce around your head and you spit out brilliance. Hot water does that for me. Maybe for you it works better with cold water, metal music, or even deviled eggs. Find your mojo….

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Mermaids vs. Centaurs: Hybrid Showdown

Centaur mermaid love

One of my first blogs on here was a monster comparison that highlighted the differences between Vampires vs. Werewolves. That exercise was a fun way to experiment with blogging. Now (for kicks and giggles), I want to revisit…

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Banjo Kazooie Nuts & Bolts: Bad Genre Switch

Banjo Kazooie Nuts & Bolts

The original Banjo Kazooie on the N64 was my favorite game growing up. Actually, I played Banjo Tooie first and borrowed the first one from a friend later. I guess my young mind didn’t realize “tooie” meant two…

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