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Okay so I’ve joined the millions of people and created a Google+ account… Now what?

I have to admit, I am a really big fan of Facebook, but I don’t see why you would want a Google+ account if you have a Facebook account? It’s just too alike.

Are you on Google+ and why do you like it?

Here’s some articles I found interesting, but I still don’t know hey…


What is Google+ Really all About?

Google+ vs. Facebook: See How They Compare


9 Reasons to Switch from Facebook to Google+

  1. Integration with Google Services
  2. Better Friend Management
  3. Better Mobile App
  4. Easier to Find Stuff to Share
  5. You Can Get Your Data Back
  6. Better Photo Tagging
  7. Strong Group Chat Features
  8. Safer Content Sharing
  9. Google Is a Better Steward of Your Personal Data
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Saddest movies ever?

My “crying movie list”:

  • A Walk to Remember
  • My Sister’s Keeper
  • Marley & Me
  • Water for Elephants
  • The Notebook
  • Armageddon
  • Lion King
  • The Cove
  • please add to the list by commenting…

What are you thinking?

Please help me caption this picture.


  • what will my next Facebook status update be?
  • How can I get more followers?
  • How can I use this hashtag in my tweet?
  • To upload a pic or not to upload a pic… That’s the question!

I was thinking about this earlier this week. If something happens in our daily life, some of us (I am guilty as well) immediately think of taking a photo and uploading it so that your Facebook friends can see it. Or we hear a joke or a quote and we just HAVE to put it on Twitter. Do you think there is a problem with this? Are we invading our own privacy by letting the world (or the portion of friends and followers we have) into our daily, boring life? Are we just putting ourselves out there like bait, to see who will give us attention? Maybe I’m just over-thinking it, but please give me some input on what you think goes on in our heads with the various social media options we have available in the modern, techno world we live in. And happy social media-ing 😉

I don’t know if it is the time of year, but all around me I just see depro people! And that rubs off on me! But as soon as I start thinking too much about all the things I can be depro about, my brother’s words echo in my mind:

“You are responsible for your own happiness.”

I came across  a blog that says it perfectly…

Via More Than A Living

I feel as if I have already written this post in a variety of different forms at least a thousand times. So, one more time won’t hurt. And, honestly, it probably won’t be the last.

After all, its all about happiness, right?

And you are responsible for that. You are responsible for your own happiness.

Your employer is a jerk? Your consultants screwed something up? You’re tired of working for that client?

I don’t really care what it is. It’s still your fault.

It’s your fault that you’re unhappy. Not your employer’s fault. Not your co-worker’ fault. Not your clients’ fault.


So, instead of focusing on what pisses you off, why not try focusing on what would make you happy?

Is the job almost perfect except for a few little things? Then change those things. Is the client never going to get it? Fire the client. Are your consultants irreparable? Find new consultants. Is it not worth the struggle? Find another struggle that is worth it.

Fact of the matter is that none of these problems is going to miraculously fix itself. It’s up to you. You have to take responsibility for solving the problem.

And I really like you, so I thought I would tell you. Maybe wake you up a bit. (Maybe wake myself since I often persist under similar delusions of maybe this will resolve itself.)

Not happy? Fix it.

So if you are unhappy today, find the reason why, and fix it!

This is soooooo true!


Don’t Lie, You’ve All Done This


 It’s actually me in the top-right picture, fishing =)



What is marketing? ;)

For all the ladies who have asked, (and the boys who don’t get it) “What is marketing?”, the following analogies will help clear it up… 

  • You see a handsome guy at a party. You go up to him and say, “I’m fantastic in bed.”
  • – That’s Direct Marketing.


  • You’re at a party with a bunch of friends and see a handsome guy. One of your friends goes up to him and pointing at you says, “She’s fantastic in bed.”
  • – That’s Advertising. 


  • You see a handsome guy at a party. You go up to him and get his telephone number. The next day you call and say, “Hi, I’m fantastic in bed.”
  • – That’s Telemarketing. 


  • You’re at a party and see a handsome guy. You get up and straighten your dress. You walk up to him and pour him a drink. You say, “May I,” and reach up to straighten his tie brushing your breast lightly against his arm, and then say, “By the way, I’m fantastic in bed.”
  • – That’s Public Relations. 


  • You’re at a party and see a handsome guy. He walks up to you and says, “I hear you’re fantastic in bed.”
  • – That’s Brand Recognition.


  • You’re at a party and see a handsome guy. You talk him into going home with your friend.
  • – That’s a Sales Rep. 


  • Your friend can’t satisfy him so he calls you.
  • – That’s Tech Support. 


  • You’re on your way to a party when you realize that there could be handsome men in all these houses you’re passing. So you climb onto the roof of one situated toward the center and shout at the top of your lungs, “I’m fantastic in bed!”
  • – That’s Spam.