In case you’re still recovering from Miley Cyrus’… ahem… “performance” last night and haven’t had time to brush up on your historical fun facts for the day, today marks the 93rd anniversary of women earning the right to vote in
Danielle Babbington Where does she live?: Irvine, Calif. Education: BA in public relations from Chapman University – Orange, Calif. What does she do?: Aside from being an awesome mom to her two-year-old son Paxton? She’s the Public Relations Manager for Boost
I recently read “The Unbearable Lightness of Being,” a fiction story written in 1984 by Franco-Czech author Milan Kundera. As soon as I finished it, I wanted to read it again, because it’s just one of those books in which
Before you start running for the hills, this post is not about politics. Well, sort of. If you’ve opened any major news publication in the last week or so, you may have seen that there’s some hot competition between Janet
When asked to write a full story in six words, legend has it that novelist Ernest Hemingway responded: “For Sale: baby shoes, never worn.” I first discovered this six word storytelling prompt in Not Quite What I Was Planning, a
Have you ever done something you thought was so dumb, so irreversibly, embarrassingly dumb that you just wanted to crawl away, never to be seen or heard from again? I have. Many times, unfortunately. Most recently, I was in a
OK folks, break out the BBQ, sunscreen, and fireworks – Thursday is the 4TH OF JULY! In case you weren’t aware of the upcoming pseudo three day weekend, this Thursday is Independence Day for us folks in the United States.
Let’s go over the big news from last week: Kim and Kanye chose a name for their newborn: North West (stop laughing) Instagram added video to its repertoire LeBron James’ head got even bigger And, perhaps the most exciting event
Here at Accountable in Action, we sure talk a lot about women. The halls of our Orange County office (i.e. Sarah Barton’s living room) are buzzing with statistics, tales of injustice and theories on how we can change the world.
Kim Grant, last week’s guest blogger, wrote a great entry about the importance of discovering what we love to do. We knew this all along: it ain’t easy. “This is a challenge and a call to action. If you want