Category Archives: Social Media

Choosing blog posts for writing samples, tech troubles

I’ve been going through previous blog posts to decide which ones could best be highlighted as job search portfolio pieces. After all, my career goals include working as a staff writer / editor for a travel publication or marketing for … Continue reading

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Hiking and coastal adventures for nature groups

A fundraiser for the Chesapeake Bay, Walk the Watershed, comes to a close today and it inspires to help out on my own. Due to having some car problems, I didn’t get out to do as much hiking as I’d … Continue reading

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An Earth Day milestone, protecting nature and reflecting on eco travel

A half-century-old tradition of celebrating the planet last week inspired me in several different ways. So much time indoors had me ready for at least a little bit of nature and luckily, Earth Day brought nice weather to the local … Continue reading

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Coronavirus impacts on everyday life and global travel

With Coronavirus (COVID-19) coverage, it feels as though much more time has passed since first seeing ghost-town-like scenes of normally crowded cities in China. It’s hard to believe how much has happened in only a couple of weeks of global … Continue reading

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Thoughts on studying travel and tourism from a marketing angle

Currently on a job search, I added my completed online tourism course to my resume and career sites such as LinkedIn. I included a great deal of information that I learned about the industry built on a spirit of exploration. … Continue reading

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What I’m Thankful for on Thanksgiving 2019

I felt the need to share some thoughts on what I’m thankful for this Thanksgiving and as the holidays continue. The first two don’t need explanation. Family. True friends. Hope about something personal – I just want to keep the … Continue reading

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An art trail gem tucked along Aston backroads

I’ve been a local to the Delaware County area of Pennsylvania all my life. Yet I never took the windy roads leading to Heron Crest Studios and neighboring art sites, collectively called Rockdale Arts District. One artist was talking to … Continue reading

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What’s been going on in my life

Since my last entry, a lot has been going on that took my attention away from blogging over the summer and beyond. I began to actively seek new employment, mostly applying to jobs via Indeed through the mobile app. This … Continue reading

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A vintage find, delaying photo heavy posts, honoring Ansel Adams

As someone who loves photography, I also have a casual interest in vintage cameras. I don’t have a collection of them, but always wished I could find some small camera from the 1950s. During a recent visit with my best … Continue reading

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Upcoming posts, a new phone and travel apps

In my last post, I briefly mentioned the Chadds Ford Days event held during the weekend before last. As of now, I’m almost finished drafting a post for that and will also be working on one about the Chester County … Continue reading

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