• Life,  Travel

    5 Sports Venues I’m Dying to Visit (2/30)

    Every sports fan I know has a “venue bucket list.” I’ve worked at a variety of sports venues, all unique and have their own quirks. As a fan, I’ve been to a handful of games at some pretty awesome arenas, ballparks, and stadiums, but I will say that there are so many more historic and iconic venues I have on my bucket list. 5. Arthur Ashe Stadium Now this one isn’t going to be on most peoples list however, I played tennis in high school and then club tennis in college. I want to see a U.S Open in my lifetime and being able to sit in the Arthur Ashe…

  • Life,  Working In Sports

    You Don’t Have to Like My Career Choices!!

    This one hits close to home. If you have an “unconventional” career goal, I’m sure you’ve gotten a lot of pushback. “It’s not stable.” “It’s going to be really hard.” and the best question of them all, “Are you going to make enough money?” That one right there makes me want to scream. I work in sports. I’ve worn many different hats but would call myself a professional sports marketer. It’s a career that has given me some incredible highs and some incredible lows. I have done everything from being dancing corn (yes really) to creating awesome in-game promotion ideas to draw in new fans. It’s a grind and requires…

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    Life,  Uncategorized

    It’s Time to Get My Shit Together

    I’ve blown off my blog for a few months now…I got super motivated to move it over to a new hosting platform and make it unique and jump back on the wagon…and then I just got lazy. To be fair, I’ve been juggling a lot of different things, but I definitely could have made time for this, and I didn’t. But I’m back and ready to get moving! Slow Start 2019 has already been a bit of a whirlwind. I turned 24, we took a trip to Vegas, and I’ve been applying to new jobs like crazy. 2018 was a rollercoaster for me and in 2019 I’m just focused on…