Originally published on Arouse Magazine: https://arousemag.com/2017/12/27/blessed-with-a-body/ Journalist Dennis Thompson, Jr. wrote, “Women are blessed with bodies that are capable of achieving orgasm in more ways than one.” Sometimes it doesn’t feel like a blessing. Between the stress of getting periods, or periods that don’t arrive when they should; cancer or just maintaining general health, our bodies don’t… Continue reading Blessed With A Body
Originally published on Arouse Magazine: https://arousemag.com/2017/12/23/the-first-steps/ We see more information about women’s sexuality and health now, and it seems that what was once a taboo topic is now front and center. Still, there are many women who feel the shame and stigma that came with earlier (and incorrect) beliefs about women’s bodies. This is for those women. If… Continue reading The First Steps: Reclaiming Your Body
Originally posted on The Barketing Blog here: http://www.barketing.co/local-marketing-pet-business/advertising-while-youre-working/ How many cars drive by while you’re walking a client’s dog? How many of your clients’ neighbors see you walk in and out of a house multiple times a week? Who do you regularly see at the dog park? Who passes by your car while you’re at the… Continue reading Advertising While You’re Working
Originally posted on The Barketing Blog here: http://www.barketing.co/relationship-marketing/goody-bags-client-retention/ Saying “thank you” isn’t just basic manners. Aside from a happy pet, it’s the last impression you leave with your clients. Fortunately, there’s a way to thank a new client that will also help with client retention: goody bags. Goody bags are a prime way to thank… Continue reading Goody Bags and Client Retention: How To Thank and Keep A New Client
Originally published on Creative Control Mag here: http://creativecontrolmag.com/warped-tour-2016-why-warped/ Summer festivals are shitshows. The food is expensive, people are under the influence of possibly multiple substances, and it’s hotter than the seventh circle of hell. Or maybe I’m getting too old to appreciate them. Regardless, I’ll never pass on seeing the Warped Tour. Warped 2008 popped my… Continue reading Warped Tour 2016: Why Warped?
Originally published on Creative Control Mag here: http://creativecontrolmag.com/what-goes-into-the-woods-an-interview-with-kollin-baer/ Last week we introduced you to singer/songwriter Kollin Baer. His album “The Woods” gave us a taste of some new folk music that kind of left us wanting more, so we asked him about it. Read on to learn more about “The Woods” and what you can expect next from… Continue reading What Goes Into “The Woods”: An Interview With Kollin Baer
Originally published on Creative Control Mag here: http://creativecontrolmag.com/an-interview-with-kevin-gullickson-of-radio-drive/ Imagine changing cities, surviving a mutiny and somehow turning that into the song. Though it sounds like a pirate’s story (possibly adapted to be a Broadway musical), it’s actually the adventure that Radio Drive has turned into “A Taste of Heaven” that we introduced you to last week. Here,… Continue reading An Interview with Kevin Gullickson of Radio Drive