One Night in Portland; or How to Explore Portland Like a Local (For a Night)

When you visit a new city do you ask yourself, “How can I experience a night out like a local?” If so, then you’re probably like me and you shun all the “Top 10 Things To Do In [whatever place]” articles that list all the stuffy, highly rated, big-money-owned, small-business-killing circuses that the writer found … Continue reading One Night in Portland; or How to Explore Portland Like a Local (For a Night)

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Me.Now. AMPLIFY copy – Christie Bruner

Me.Now. is proud to AMPLIFY Christie Bruner of St. Petersburg, Florida – a mother of three, business owner, and fitness enthusiast. Christie has spent the last 10 years committed to positively impacting others. As the owner of Baby Boot Camp, Christie has built a community dedicated to helping mothers learn, grow and connect with their children … Continue reading Me.Now. AMPLIFY copy – Christie Bruner

Promise King & the Oregon League of Minority Voters

Promise King is the executive director of the Oregon League of Minority Voters (“OLMV”), an organization that serves as a liaison between communities of color, policy leaders and institutions through social advocacy and highlighting issues that affect the disenfranchised. The OLMV brings understanding to issues such as poverty, lack of affordable housing, lack of transportation, … Continue reading Promise King & the Oregon League of Minority Voters

Oh, Bother… II. Wildfire (First Draft)

Word of Piglet’s demise spread like wildfire throughout the Hundred Acre Wood. Conversations and rumors of how Piglet died, what the scene looked like, etc, floated around dinner parties and social gatherings. The number one concern, you could say, amongst the group was, “What happened to Winnie the Pooh?!” Nobody had seen him since before… … Continue reading Oh, Bother… II. Wildfire (First Draft)