Nonprofit Communicator and Fundraiser. Proud John Carroll Alum. Woman for Others. Pop Culture + Buff Chic Dip Enthusiast.
social media, social justice, socializing.
quoting movie and tv show lines.
a teacher or political journalist or ballerina.
counting to ten in Greek.
how to make the best Buffalo Chicken Dip.
Alyssa’s CreativeMornings activity
You need to learn to improvise and stay focused on your end goal. As a zombie that might be to eat brains, as a survivor it's to avoid having your brains eaten and as a creative it might just be to finish the damn project.
When you attach a humanistic thing that people can relate to, it becomes something beautiful.
This is a story of information, bullshit, craft and the future.
The kicker is that the term 'Information Overload' was made in 1970 right before shit got real.
It's the invitation that someone is out there listening that makes us want to share.
If you love your own product, there's a good chance others will too.
Failure is absolutely required.
It's really important to take steps back every now and then. Especially when you feel like you are getting caught up in a vortex and you are not making choices for yourself but just reacting to the way people act around you.
Personal meaning lies at the confluence of your passions and your heartbreak.
The Dinner Table could be a tool for social change.
Everything I put out is like a mantra; one plate at a time.
If we only stay in that ordinary world and you always refuse the call to adventure, the only emotion that you are ever really feel is fear
Life is short, take chances, collect experiences.
We have to become men and women of extraordinary impact. Men and women who aren't afraid to have bigger dreams, bolder dreams, and a vision for the future. Stop making excuses with the word impossible. Impossible is nothing. It's a dare.
The only thing that holds us back is us.
I think that drive from being somewhat satisfied to being more satisfied is driven by doing more of what makes you happy.