• E3 As An Expo Pass Holder Early in the year, it was announced that E3 (The Electronic Entertainment Expo) would be opened to the public. There were 15k consumer tickets sold on top of those that would already have been invited – mostly those directly involved within the gaming industry itself and some media and press. The event kicks off with […] No responses June 19, 2017
  • Interesting Facts About Baseball We’re about a month into the baseball season now, and if you’re anything like me you’re looking forward to hanging out outside, grilling, and rooting for your team. But outside of your love for the game, how much do you really know about the game of baseball? I went into this thinking a knew a […] No responses April 28, 2017
  • 16 Interesting Facts About Easter Easter is coming up this weekend, and if you’re someone who celebrates the holiday you’re likely anticipating a big meal with your family, an Easter egg hunt for the kids (and kids at heart!) and what feels like the more official transition into spring. Even for many who don’t consider themselves to be religious, Easter […] No responses April 11, 2017
  • 10 Interesting Facts About New Year’s Resolutions It’s a few days post new year celebrations, which means that many of us are steadfastly focused on maintaining our resolutions. Whether you’re focused on getting fit, eating better, spending more time with loved ones, reading more books, or anything else, one thing is for certain – sticking to these resolutions is H.A.R.D.  It’s easy […] No responses January 4, 2017
  • What To Talk About This Week At Brunch Hey ya’ll! I feel like it’s worth saying that as I sit here writing this, I have the Ellen Degeneres Show on in the background and I forget how hilarious it is. It might take me two hours to put this post together because I keep stopping to laugh, but I’d say it’s well worth […] No responses October 22, 2016
  • If I wasn’t afraid, I would _____________. During this week’s #TipsyChat, I really wanted people to think about what they’re capable of. So often we put things off because we are afraid or because something makes us take that step outside of our comfort zone. In actuality, it’s often those very first steps into the realm of discomfort that help us to […] One response August 24, 2016
  • Dear 15 Year Old Me If we had the opportunity to sit down and talk to our former selves, what would we say? And even if we were able to find the words to convey the messages that we aimed to get across, would it even make any difference? Would we listen to what older-and-wiser us had to say? If […] No responses August 12, 2016
  • 5 Reasons Why You Should Become Part Of The #TipsyChat Community If you haven’t yet followed me on Twitter, I invite you to do so by going to Twitter.com/tipsy_writer The other day I got a message from Kenon, a good internet friend, who told me he was going to write about #TipsyChat, and I am so pleased with what he’s done! If you’ve never joined us, […] No responses August 2, 2016
  • Long May She Wave Usually I’m sent things like books or great products to shine a spotlight on, and not that this isn’t a great product, but I have to say it’s definitely the first time I’ve had to form any sort of opinion about postcards. That being said, if you’re looking for some great American history themed postcard, […] No responses July 29, 2016

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