It's no secret that I've attempted to start blogging several times over the years. As a result, my writing is in all different places and about all sorts of different things. I stumbled across this post from June 17, 2015 (almost a year to my first NYC moveaversary). It was a nice reminder that I'm … Continue reading A Post from 2015 Anita
The lottery for the NYC Marathon opened up today and it's real guys, I'M IN! Through New York Road Runners, I was able to participate in 9 races (I think I ended up doing a total of 15 races) and volunteered at 1 race in order to guarantee my entry. I signed into NYRR.org like … Continue reading It’s Official!
The online dating universe has changed since the time of users relying on websites such as Plenty of Fish or eHarmony. Tinder was the game-changing app that allowed users to "swipe right" or "swipe left" on other users based on proximity, age, gender, photos and any other information on one's profile. From there, several other … Continue reading Swiping Right on the Perfect App
I have a confession to make. While I appreciate the ease and efficiency of the subway, I hate the subway (but if I had to pick a favorite line it'd be the new Q). I do anything and everything I can to avoid the subway and that includes walking the 40 blocks to/from work. I'm entering … Continue reading Sidewalk Etiquette 101
As 2017 wrapped up, Adweek ranked the top 10 ads of the year with several incredible brands included on the list. Among them, Heinz was mentioned for utilizing the "Pass the Heinz" tagline, which might be familiar to you (Mad Men anyone?) and the NY Times "Truth is Hard" campaign, which was extremely relevant given … Continue reading The Best Ad of 2017