As we've all been hearing since late last week, Conan O'Brien's "The Tonight Show" will be moving from its original time slot of 11:35 p.m. to 12:05 a.m. to accommodate Jay Leno's show, which will be moving from 10:00 p.m. to 11:35 p.m. Millions of Americans are showing their support for O'Brien at this time, … Continue reading Late Night Drama on NBC
Since it’s nearing the holidays, I’ve been on a huge baking spree. I just learned the “proper” way to bake (no Rachel Ray measuring!), so I love trying out my recipes at the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) and PRowl Public Relations bake sales we hold every few weeks. My favorite thing to … Continue reading Sorry, Paula, We’re Gonna Have to Pass on the Butter This Year!
Let’s face it. If you’re in PR, you probably have an interest of what’s hot and what’s not in every industry. Fashion, food and beverage, beauty, tourism, event planning—you name it, it’s got a trend. And in PR, it’s our job to know what these trends are for our clients. Luckily for us, we have … Continue reading Keeping Up with the Trends
Let’s focus on a fun, frivolous luxury that we never talk about anymore—decorating. I have to admit I am addicted to furniture and decorating stores like West Elm, Crate & Barrel, and even Pottery Barn. Usually, I dream up my perfect living room, bedroom, and kitchen while looking through the catalogs or websites, but lately … Continue reading Creating an Inspiring and Productive Work Space
Although I keep up with the daily news—well, for the most part—I have to admit that I love keeping up with the month-to-month features and columns of women’s magazines, especially Glamour. In particular, my favorite features section is Life & Happiness, where there is always a “100% guilt-free page,” that lets us all know we’re … Continue reading PRowl’s 100% Guilt-Free Blog Entry
Have you ever wondered where non-profit organizations get their donations from, or who are the kind-hearted people that contribute to these worthwhile causes? After attending and participating in countless non-profit organizations’ events and fundraisers, I quickly learned that some of the biggest contributors are business owners, large and small. You may not know it, but … Continue reading Nonprofits and Networking