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What Critics Are Saying About American Idol

I am reading what the critics are saying about Season XIII of American Idol.  After reading, I am asking some questions.  What makes for a good show? What makes for a good judge? What is going to keep viewers coming

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Rococo Artisan Chocolate Review

I’ve always had a secret dream of being a food critic. So here. I. Go… Have you EVER. Tasted SOMEthing. So good. That the simple memory of it makes your mouth water? The mind’s eye to salivary gland connection connection is closely-knit,

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Posted in Food Critic

Friendships In Social Media by Emily Otteson

Friendships in social media, in my opinion, develop like friendships in real life. First, there are some casual glances and then a formal meeting. There are some small talkative exchanges, and then slowly, over the course of many interactions and

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Posted in Business Spotlight

American Idol Stories To Tell

There will be many stories to tell of my experiences with American Idol, including taking that behind the scenes tour and spending a day a midst all the hub-bub of taping Hollywood week. These experiences did something deeper than just

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American Idol Thoughts as they Come #2

When you receive an invitation from Ryan Seacrest to attend a private American Idol event there is a barrage of emotions that collide in the moments of reading  that email.  I can’t say I jumped for joy or giggled uncontrollable.

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American Idol & Honorary Thanks

It was an exciting Saturday Dec. 7th. My friend Lynn, whom I met through Facebook, came to visit me with her husband. I met Lynn through Social Media. She had commented on a post by Robert Caruso, and from there

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etc Social Media & Brand Development

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Facebook Office

Facebook Office For the past two weeks I have been anchored in my home office doing research and gearing up for a couple of major projects all the while checking into my Facebook Office.  Since my move to The Dalles,

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Posted in Portland Business, Social Media

A Yen for Chocolate

Portland Fashion and Style Awards 2013 was dazzling and sparkling with high fashion and sophisticated chocolates.    Typically at events like this you have the tables lined with an assortment of desserts.  Tonight it was more than just desserts, it was 

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Posted in Portland Business, Portland Eats

Fashion The Cure-Work Ethics in the Young

<!–[i Are you looking for that big break in your career and life goals? Are you working hard and positioning yourself with whom you believe is the right project or person who will get you there.   There is something about

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Posted in In Real Life, Portland Fashion

It’s Just A Moment

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Artsy Portland Fun

I had a no idea of the artsy Portland fun I would have by simply having a meeting at the  Oregon College of Art and Craft. (OCAC).  I have lived in Portland for over 20 years and never taken that

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Posted in Portland Arts, Portland Music

5 Important Tips in Being A Career Mom With A Home Office

5 Important Tips In Being A Career Mom With A Home Office By Elizabeth Traub What is my reality of  being a career mom with a home office?   I have this #SavvySocialTip tweet I like to send out that goes

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Posted in In Real Life, Sales & Marketing

Engaging Holiday Style

Today I want to blog about engagement and relationships through the Holidays and in Style.  Not in the technique, or strategies of it all.  We spend a lot of time managing our Social Media presence.  We,  those of us who

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Posted in Sales & Marketing, Special People