5 Budget-Conscious Recipe Ideas For Your Next Office Party


According to Farmer’s Almanac, potlucks began as and are a cherished tradition in villages, towns, and cities everywhere, offering a way for a community to connect. It’s an opportunity for cooks to showcase their culinary prowess, or share with others dishes which may have memories attached, creating an opportunity to develop richer relationships. In your…

Living By Your Values: Combating Illiteracy


People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care. ~Theodore Roosevelt I had every intention of writing a post on John H. Patterson, the industrialist, but having gone to the library and finding out that the book wasn’t available, I pivoted as opposed to missing a consecutive post. On that…

Ray Harryhausen: Monsters, Myths & Lore


Having written about “Wonkskolaser: The Family Who Built Warner Bros,” This post is the first of a once monthly series sharing movie features starting with the works of Ray Harryhausen, American artist and visual effects creator. Born the only child to Martha and Fred W. Harryhausen on June 6, 1920, he was the grandson of…

Thank You, Top 5, & Happy New Year 2020 from eBrand Me


2019 has come to an end and here we are skidding into 2020, hopefully without skid marks in our undies. Tons learned this year, hasn’t been my easiest, but can’t complain either… life, health, and all that good stuff. Explored and accepted a few opportunities which are aligned with values and the person I’d like…