I quit the Busy Babe Sugar Cleanse and here’s why.
Now that I’ve achieved my NASM-CPT my blog is taking on a new tone — fitness and nutrition, with a wine twist every once in a while.
My review of Saint Urban Wine Bar and Restaurant in the Westcott Neighborhood near Syracuse University.
Last evening I returned home from work to an early birthday present from my husband – a one-month trial to the new Athletic Apex gym, located in the DestiNY USA complex in Syracuse, New York. I had heard positive things about this gym, which opened in June, and with a Syracuse University discount, I had been wanting to give it a try.
Over the past 24 hours there have been two things that have made me pause to think about how much has changed with the world in my lifetime. Things that never changed for my grandparents for decades have changed within years for me.
I haven’t had wine in a week due to a busy work, school and life schedule.
Leadership development has always been a cornerstone of my career. From my earliest days as a leader in the television newsroom, serving as a producer, to my position at Lockheed Martin as the inaugural program manager for the Communications Leadership Development Program, to participation in Leadership Greater Syracuse and other similar programs, I continue to hone my skills in this area to grow as an employee and a person.
According to new research, the American wine industry would significantly benefit from the establishment of a wine futures market.
It’s March 15, also known as the “ides of March.” A soothsayer famously warns Julius Caesar of this time in the middle of March when dark things happen. In Syracuse, New York, we get blizzards in mid March. Twenty-four years ago the Blizzard of 1993 closed schools for days as Central New York dug outContinue reading “Beware the Ides of March”
One of my dream jobs has always been to work in public relations and marketing in the wine industry. While so far that hasn’t come to pass, recently I’ve come into the next best thing. As director of communications and media relations for the Martin J. Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University, I amContinue reading “Working Wine”