Business, Career advice, Life lately, Lifestyle

See the exciting project I’m working on

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September 3, 2015
LYP Red Rose Gala logo

Since many of you don’t live in Lancaster, you probably missed it. Local reporter Meredith Jorgensen interviewed me on WGAL News 8! Watch the full video here.

We discussed the exciting project I’ve been spending so much time working on. Lancaster Young Professionals is hosting its first-ever Red Rose Gala on October 28. It’s kind of a big deal. You can read more about it here or buy your tickets now.

We’re also looking for two young professionals to receive our first award, the Lancaster Young Influencer Award. Community service is such a big part of our organization. So, we decided to create an award honoring two great young people in Lancaster who dedicate their time giving back to the community. If you or someone you know qualifies for the award, please nominate them. The nomination deadline is September 5.

Oregon, Travel

Adventures in Oregon [video]

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March 22, 2015

The magic of the Pacific Northwest is hard to capture with words. From breathtaking cliffs butting up against the glassy ocean to lush, deep forests of mysterious, vibrant ecosystems, our experience there was a truly unforgettable adventure.

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Lifestyle, Music

What I’m listening to | Shakey Graves

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November 26, 2014

Shakey Graves is a country/blues musician hailing from Austin, Texas. He oozes Americana, but in a fun, tongue-in-cheek kind of way. This particular tune of his, “Dearly Departed,” features musician Esmé Patterson.

Real talk, Wellness

Life is always better with a dog

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October 6, 2014
Toby the Dog

They say life is better with a dog. And if you’ve ever had a dog, you understand the truth in this statement. Dogs get dirty, cause trouble, give sloppy kisses and make messes, but they are always there. Whether they are sleeping at your feet, waiting for you to come home or sharing an adventure, dogs come armed with a special, unconditional love. They never fail to make the best of everything. We can learn a lot from our dog friends. I know I have.

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Oregon, Travel

Welcome to the Swedish Stuga

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September 26, 2014
Swedish Stuga Mt. Hood Oregon

Mike and I parked our rental car at the end of the long private road. Our car doors slammed, echoing through the valley. The sound of a small stream rushed, and we met the smell of dampened earth and tentative darkness. Something rustled in the leaf litter. We exchanged tired, apprehensive looks concealed by the night shadows. Our adventure in Oregon had already begun.

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