To find work in journalism, it’s usually about who you know. And a good place to start schmoozing is at events sponsored by journalism groups. Last night, I got a quality dose of networking at the annual fundraising gala for the South Asian Journalists Association (SAJA). It was worth every penny of my $100 ticket.
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In the past decade since my divorce, I’ve used Match.com from time to time. I just spent $75.09 to join up for the next three months. And even though I know the game, I have a lot of new questions. They stem from my frustrations in being a 50-something woman. Some background: Two nights ago, I posted my profile in …
Want to know how to attract more followers to your blog and Twitter? Jinal Shah is a digital medial strategist who works for Electric Artists, which helps businesses create blogs, Facebook and Twitter accounts to build customer loyalty. She gave great advice to my New School “Introduction to New Journalism” class.
Just got back from a week in L.A. Haven’t been there in years, not since I was a wife of an executive traveling on expense account. But I’m happy to report that this city can still be fun on a budget!
My happy tra-la-la year of taking painting classes is officially over. Just got “The Talk” from my new collage teacher — the one about how I have such potential but if I don’t take myself seriously and paint every week, the art ain’t gonna happen. On some level, listening to him felt like a huge cosmic joke. Every semester, I …
For July 4th, I hauled my daughter and one of her friends up to Woodstock, N.Y. This town is more country hip than true hippie. But it was fun — especially since it’s so hard to get my teenager to spend time with me these days.