From The Rock

Use it and lose it!

By | October 29, 2013

There are more than a quarter of a million words in the English language, according to Oxford Dictionaries. Our main vernacular is made up of words and phrases that lexicographers decide should be included in the dictionary. These words can be a blessing or a curse. They can help you... Read More »

What is this workout you speak of?

By | October 04, 2013

Between an 8-to-5 job and technology that makes bringing work home possible, it’s getting harder and harder for people to find time to work out during the workday. It seems the terms “work out” and “exercise” are becoming obsolete vernacular in some offices. This can be detrimental to some because... Read More »

My Top 5 Reads for PR professionals

By | August 30, 2013

Being in the high-speed world of public relations, the luxury of having time to search for the perfect book is rare. I am here to help! I ventured through the shelves at the Booksellers at Laurelwood and did some additional research by reading online reviews to discover my list of... Read More »

Life after college: A few tips for adjusting to the ‘real world’

By | June 14, 2013

As a recent graduate of Louisiana State University, the transition from college life to the so-called real world has been a reality check. Thinking back to the past two weeks since graduation, I’ve discovered some of the realities that I’d like share with you about this life transition. One of... Read More »

Let’s keep it green, folks. Keep it green.

By | September 27, 2012

At the Obsidian office, we know how to recycle. We have two separate trash bins – one for cans only and one for other materials – and keep a mountain of newspapers and magazines that are all recycled or donated to the Humane Society of of Memphis & Shelby County... Read More »