Watch us change everything about ourselves as we discover our true values and apply them to our lives; finding out what we're really made of...Love.
Family, complete with Mama, Papa, Sis, Brother and 200 lbs of dog, donates all possessions and hits the road in a 25 year old RV to gain an true education in life, liberty and pursuing happiness.
I am Abby, and this blog is a memoir of musings, allegories and adventures covering my inspired life...because life should never be taken too seriously...unless you are in the midst of a situation that requires some level of maturity and solemnity...then I guess it's okay....more
In my former life (pre-marriage and pre-baby), I was a computer programmer living in Seattle. When my soon-to-be husband and I moved back east in 2009 to be closer to family, I found myself without a job and a lot more free time on my hands. A lifetime of crafting fueled my sewing/knitting/crocheting adventures, but it wasn't until my daughter Bean came along that I was truly inspired....more
This blog provides tips, how-tos and information to micro-business owners (particularly coaches, speakers, writers and other motivational professionals.) to help them grow their business and streamline their business processes....more
Catch Up Lady is the marketing/pr/advertising blog that goes with everything, with enough off-topic news to keep you awake.
The Catch Up Lady is me, Kaitlyn Wilkins, a 26 year old ketchup aficionado. Raised in Ann Arbor, I have lived on the east coast for the last six years - which means I both drink pop, and pop my collar.
I am currently a Digital Influence Strategist with Ogilvy PR Worldwide in Washington, DC. Prior to that, I was a Project Manager with New Media Strategies, an online brand management and word of mouth marketing firm.
There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.”― Maya Angelou
I am: Mother and Grandmother; Alcoholic/Addict in long term recovery; Non Profit Manager and Trainer; Writer; Blogger; Loves reading and music; Hanging out with friends is the best.
As a child I learned that keeping secrets was the “norm.” We used the term “don’t ask-don’t tell” long before the military put the policy in place. I knew I had a voice, I just wasn’t allowed to use it. Over the years, I...more
LA is a 24 year old living in Boston, MA. She is currently balancing the fun active life of a 20-something with trying to manage her free-lance content creation + social media marketing business. She shares her insight of the business and is open about her personal life. ...more