April 3, 2012

Living With a Pig

By Brendalyn Leen, Graphic Designer The love of my life is a pink, forty-pound mini pig named Beulah, who demands most of my love and attention. As a designer, I am always been expected to be “creative and think outside the box.” Unintentionally, this has carried with me in my […]
March 30, 2012

Nails, Nails, Nails

By Colby Smith, Assistant Account Executive and Photographer/Videographer Whenever I’m in Target, the first section I wander to is cosmetics. Call me a girly-girl, but I love nail polish. Nail ArtThe recent trend of “nail art” has been a catalyst for me to spend what little money I have in […]
March 29, 2012

Finding Yourself Out on the Trail

By Stephanie Consiglio, Account Executive My socks begin to become soaked, and I can feel my feet squish with each step with the sole of my shoe. The pitter-patter of every stride I take parallels the rhythm of every breath. The rain starts slow, each drop covering my face. I […]
March 28, 2012

Having Fun Socially, and Socially Getting a Job

By Cheyenne King, Account Executive We all know the feeling of seeing that little red box of delight on your screen, boosting your ego and giving you the satisfaction that your thought, idea or witty post was liked by at least someone in the world. It’s the virtual pat on […]
March 28, 2012

An Unexpected Passion

By Julie Ruocco, Assistant Account Executive “Do you know about computers?” This is a question I get almost daily at work. Quite honestly, about a year ago I couldn’t say that I did.  Today, however, I can confidently say, “Yes, I do.”I never expected to be working in technology, let […]
March 12, 2012

Together Everyone Achieves (Much) More

By Kelsey Barnes, Account Executive “Two heads are better than one.” “None of us is as smart as all of us.”“Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships.” We’ve all heard these sayings before at some point or another in our lives, whether it was on our little league […]