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Latest Blog Posts

Bitmoji Gets Me, Bitmoji Understands

More and more these days, people are communicating less through words and more through images. Remember, when MySpace and Facebook were all about who got the most comments instead of likes. Or actually, remember MySpace? But it’s true; today’s social networks are more about posting images (i.e. Instagram and Snapchat) versus messages. Enter my new […]

My Top 10 Super Bowl 50 Commercials

As much as I’m reluctant to watch sports, I always make sure to catch (some of) the Super Bowl. The main reason is to do my duty as a fellow American and partake in this long-lasting American pastime (also to not feel completely clueless when I’m a part of water cooler chatter). But most importantly, […]

GovLoop Blogging: A Collection of My Posts

Earlier this year I took on the task of participating in GovLoop’s Featured Blogger Challenge.  I submitted my application and ta-da I was selected to be included in their team of bloggers!  From January 9 – March 27, 2015, I produced one blog post per week on topics relating to either being a government employee, […]

Latest Washington Blade Stories

May come as no surprise but I’ve been cheating terribly on blogging by writing for print with the Washington Blade.  Over the past few months, I written three stories for the Blade including the following: Romance Holiday Guide:  My most recent piece, this Romance Holiday Gift Guide will give you some fun and delightful ideas […]

Attach In A Snap Using Documents

Ever find that you need to send an attachment in an email but don’t have access to your desktop and all you have at your disposal is your iPhone?  Well, I did recently and found myself scratching my head wondering how the heck I could get an attachment I sent myself to be attached to […]