This month, I was lucky enough to spend a couple of weeks living in a beautiful apartment in the heart of San Francisco. Now that I’m an empty nester, Trusted House Sitters (a site where you can provide pet sitting in exchange for lodging), has become incredibly enticing– it’s fun to switch up my environment from time to time. And this time, I found myself in a gem of an apartment with a 17-year-old Tibetan Shepherd, Cocoa Bean, for company. (more…)
Happy May, Voiceover Achievers! This month has been a busy one here and out in the world. After two years of looming uncertainty, the 75th Annual Cannes Film Festival is in full swing. Reserved for industry professionals, the festival is a celebration of film and creativity hosted in a beautiful resort town on the French Riviera. (more…)
In the weeks since coming home from VO Atlanta, I have been thinking about the one question I was asked the most: When is it a good time to brand?
It makes sense that this question was a popular one. During one of the panels I was on, someone asked those who were new to the business or attending the conference for the first time to raise their hands. I was shocked when about 80% of the crowd put up their hands. (more…)
Happy Thanksgiving! We sure are grateful for you and all the hard work you’ve put in this year. We hope you take this season to reflect on all you’ve accomplished and cherish the many things you’re grateful for.
Hello Voiceover Achievers! I hope you all had a wonderful summer, and are enjoying the onset of fall. This is a beautiful time of year to spend time in nature and reconnect with our individual purpose. (more…)
There is a book I have meant to read for twenty-five years now. It is Julia Cameron’s The Artist’s Way. I may have waited a long time to read it, but as the pandemic continues and we feel overrun by new variants and bad news, there could not be a more perfect time to read a book that emphasizes the importance of creativity, self-care, and connection. (more…)