Infographics hold a very unique place in communication strategies. By now, just about every industry has produced an infographic of some sort. A quick Google search will confirm that. I came across an article written in 2011 that said infographics are a dying trend. Now in 2018, I would say they are as strong as … Continue reading Love or Hate Infographics, They Work! Here’s Why.
Photography, just like any other form of art, is subjective. Individually, we each have our own preferences which can be seen in the type of photographs we take as well as the art we choose to hang on the walls in our homes. So how can you select an image to represent your business or … Continue reading 3 Qualities of a Great Photograph
Anyone can purchase a DSLR camera and photograph a basic picture using the auto button (or “the little green box” as some photographers call it). This doesn’t, however, ensure you’ll capture the best possible picture. Experienced photographers most always agree that you need to think outside that little green box and venture into manual settings … Continue reading Why the Best Photographers Use Manual Settings
Whether you use social media to help promote your business or simply build your personal connections, it’s important to be sure your profile picture accurately represents the brand you’re trying to portray. Here are 5 sure signs that your current profile picture isn’t helping you to put your best face forward! It’s blurry, too small … Continue reading 5 Signs You Need to Change Your Profile Picture Now!
This is the first Administrative Professionals Day that I haven't worked in a traditional office to enjoy the flowers, cards and generous spread of cookies and cakes that seem to always accompany this holiday. But I realized, that while I work in a non-traditional office, I do have an Administrative Assistant, she's just a non-traditional … Continue reading A Non-Traditional Administrative Professional’s Day
Before I officially took off the training wheels and launched Bennis Public Relations, Inc nearly two months ago, I found my mind often fantasizing about the free and flexible time I might have as my own boss. I could make weekly trips to the farmer’s market, eat lunch on a park bench by the river … Continue reading Making Time to Live
I'm taking a brief hiatus from blogging this week, but in the meantime enjoy some images of my last glimpse of summer before I inevitably springboard head-first into Autumn. And I think after seeing these, you'll understand my reasons for the blogging break....
Somewhere between the extended angle and twisted crescent pose, my yoga instructor said "Strive for progress not perfection." And I immediately fell in love with the mantra. Before hearing this phrase on Tuesday, I would wake up with an arm's length list of to-do's that left me racing against the clock throughout the day and … Continue reading Strive for Progress Not Perfection
I just took my first real vacation for the first time in two years. I’m used to working, or at least having some obligation, every day of the week—even including evenings and weekends. It wasn’t healthy. Because of this ridiculous schedule, I would plan out everything the night before, from what clothes I would wear … Continue reading When You Don’t Plan Everything, Everything Goes As Planned
I think it was the picture my best friend posted to my Facebook wall a few days ago that got me thinking about this topic. She had just turned 2 and I was 2 1/2 and we were leaning over her birthday caked shaped to look like a pink cow, blowing out her birthday candles. We grew … Continue reading Acting Your Age